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Emotional story of Wanjiru after she was sacked from her plum job. Anything is possible.

George Odongp

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After losing her job, Annete Wanjiru alongside her trusted friend set up a classy salon in Kilimani area in Nairobi last December but it was broken into and everything stolen.

And as she was thinking about what to do, however, the pandemic hit, and she wondered if she will ever survive in business. This is how she had to wade through the times as she struggles to pick up her broken pieces this Covid-19 period.

According to her emotional story, for eight years, she was formerly working as a Marketing officer with a reputable international non-governmental organization in the city.

She earned a good salary and was under a renewable contract. “The contract was renewable and I was destined to have a great long career,” says Wanjiru, who is in her mid-thirties.

All these changed late last year when her contract was suddenly terminated. “It was such a big blow. I had not seen it coming,” says the mother of two. “But I took it in the chin.”

As the reality that she had lost her job sank in, she wondered how she would fend for her family. “I am the sole breadwinner of my family. I also live with my parent and two siblings. They all depend on me. I could not afford the luxury of sitting back and holding pity parties anymore,” she recounted.

Barely a week after losing her job, the lady began to explore what she could do after the salon business disappointed so as to continue earning a living.

She took a notebook and wrote down potential business ideas that she could turn into money making venture. “Top on my list was a delivery business. I had thought of starting it as a side hustle at one point during my employment but never got to it.”

The advantage she had already was that she had a motorbike worth Sh 180,000, which she used to ride to and from work. All that she now needed was a delivery box.

“I had always loved riding and interacting with people. I knew that this would make the transition from employment to business easier,” she recalled.

Apart from the motorbike, Wanjiru had some Sh 20,000 which she had stashed away in a savings account. She withdrew the money and bought a delivery box alongside foodstuffs which she started to prepare food for her potential clients.

On the first day she sold only two packs of her food stuff at sh 250 each and went back home in the evening with sh 500. Next day was hard as was the subsequent days. She was left with losses not knowing what to do next. Almost breaking into tears.

So one day at home while chatting on Facebook, she landed on a testimonial that was too sweet to believe if it was true. A woman just like herself had went through the same start up turmoil until she sought help from a traditional healer.

Details of the native doctor were there in the social media testimonial including his contacts which she picked and decided to try reaching out to him for advice. They chatted with the traditional doctor and even met next day in his office for further assistance. She was offered some Prosperity Spells which includes Free Money and Business Spells. She came back home and decided to start again with her remaining bank balance- it was only sh 4,000.

“I am now worth sh 390,000 just in afew months I have been in this business after meeting the traditional doctor by the name Dr. Mugwenu. I never wanted to talk about this but I must speak out so that the world can know the truth behind my success,” she boldly said when asked by a friend.

The traditional doctor says his spell casting powers work within 24 hours. He handles general problems ranging from winning court cases, winning the lottery, protection of family and property, as well as accurate prediction of one’s future. He also heals blood pressure, diabetes, ulcers, gonorrhea, syphilis, TB, and manhood weakness among other ailments.

You can get the help you need wherever you are through distance healing. Mugwenu Doctors say one of their greatest attributes is distance healing: They will work together with you, but detachment is the key to success during this healing process. You must be in a quiet place and detach yourself from everything destruction around.

Should you find that things are not working as you want them to, just connect with Mugwenu Doctors. Call – +254740637248 or [email protected]. You can also visit his Website at https://mugwenudoctors.com.

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