A Kenyan TV personality has expressed concern over the country’s alarmingly increasing rate of unemployment.

He posted a video of hundreds of young job applicants lining up for two open positions at a beer parlor.

In the video, young men and women were seen in a long queue outside the building housing the pub that advertised the vacancy.

He bemoaned the high rate of unemployment in the country, and also noted that majority of the youths lack the mental ability to think outside the box to start their own businesses.

Watch video below,

In other news, billionaire economist and philanthropist, Tony Elumelu has spoken up against the untold hardship and current happenings in the country.

Taking to Twitter on Thursday, March 17, Tony Elumelu said he heard his colleagues at the office complaining about the issues they’ve been facing in the country and he couldn’t help but wonder why 90% of Nigerians are in abject poverty when the country is rich in natural resources.

Speaking further, the business owner appealed to Nigerians to demand for leaders that can deliver in the forthcoming 2023 election, otherwise evil will continue to prevail.

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