Tuesday 6 September 2016

Serious Drama as 28-year-old Graduate is Thrown Out by His Father for Not Getting a Job on Time

A graduate who is already frustrated by his inability to get a job after school, has gotten his problems aggravated. 

Photo credit: SDE
The man only identified as Evans, has been thrown out by his father.
Evans, a Kenyan, was thrown out over what the father termed as, taking “too long” to get a job.
According to SDE, the 58-year old father was reportedly not pleased with his 28-year-old son’s lack of spirit and drive in his efforts to secure a job.
“You cannot be staying here comfortably. Do you expect the potential employers to come here looking for you? You need to suffer and face challenges on your own so that you can get serious about landing a job,” the furious man was heard yelling.
Evans, who graduated three years ago with a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, has been applying for jobs and in some instances even attending job interviews, all which have not been fruitful.
However, his father sees his lack of a job as the result of lack of commitment, dedication and aggressiveness.
“Three years without a job is such a long time, I am no longer going to support you. Look, you are grown enough to start depending on yourself, and I need to let you go, so that I can also educate and cater for your younger siblings,” he told his son before evicting him from his house.
The old man believes this is the best way the loafer out of his comfort zone, so that he will go out there and join others in struggling to do something meaningful and to establish and develop himself.
SDE reports that to start him off, the man asked his son to get a house whose rent he was going to chip in by paying for the first two months. This was calculated to enable the son find an income-generating engagement in time, failure to which he will be thrown out after the 60 days.
The villagers were reportedly both shocked and amused by the rather drastic manner in which the man was compelling his son to be independent.
Attempts by the son to explain to him that he could still operate from home fell on deaf ears. The tired father stuck to his word insisting that the young man’s continued stay at home was making him cosy.
He ordered him to pack his clothes and other basic requirements that he would need to start off a life of self-independence. 
“I’m sending for a pickup to help you ferry your belongings, you need to be out there with other job-seekers in order to find a job, since you are doing nothing here,” he hissed.
Evans was finally relocated to his new home in the outskirts of Nakuru town. He slammed his father though, for being too irrational in as much as finding a job was concerned.
“I know I have a responsibility of finding means to sustain myself but that doesn’t mean being literally thrown out. I have been trying in vain but unfortunately, my father doesn’t seem to understand that finding a job is quite difficult,” he whined.
The father would hear none of it though. He reminded Evans that he started depending on himself at the age of 23.

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