Young Kenyan Disappointed After Waking Up Early for Job Interview Only to Discover it was a Ponzi Scheme

A Kenyan man took to social media to express his disappointment after waking up early to go for a job interview, only to find out that it was a Ponzi scheme.

The man, who goes by the Twitter handle @mu.dutchie, shared his experience in a series of tweets. He said that he had been looking for a job for some time and had finally found an interview that seemed promising.

The interview was scheduled for 9am in the CBD. The man woke up early and got ready, making sure to bring his resume and a copy of his National ID.

When he arrived at the interview location, he was greeted by a group of people who were also waiting to be interviewed. The man said that the atmosphere was tense and that everyone seemed nervous.

After a short wait, the man was called into the interview room. He was greeted by two men who introduced themselves as the company’s CEO and CFO.

The men asked the man a few questions about his experience and qualifications. The man answered the questions to the best of his ability.

After the interview, the men told the man that he had been selected for the job. They said that he would start work the following day.

The man was excited about the job offer. He had been looking for a job for so long and was finally going to start working.

The next day, the man went to the company’s office to start work. When he arrived, he was surprised to find that the office was empty. There was no one there.

The man called the CEO and CFO, but they did not answer their phones. He then tried to find the company’s address, but he could not find it.

The man realized that he had been scammed. He had wasted his time and effort going to the interview and he had not been hired for a job.

The man’s experience is a warning to others who are looking for jobs. There are many scams out there that prey on people who are desperate for work.

If you are looking for a job, be sure to do your research before you apply for any positions. Make sure that the company is legitimate and that the job offer is real.

You can also check with the National Employment Authority (NEA) to see if the company is registered.

If you think you have been scammed, you can report it to the NEA or to the police.

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