•"My first house was in Mathare North, it had a small sink, a bathroom and a restroom. I had a budget and I remember a friend referring me to Mathare North." - Maureen Waititu
Kenyan You tuber Maureen Waititu has shared how savings from her waitress job helped her in moving into her first house.
The mother of two says she started working early and that has helped her reach where she is today.
In an interview with Terryanne Chebet on her Youtube channel, she shared,
"I started working when I was 16 and moved out of home at 18. At first, I would volunteer at our church office, you should have seen my CV back then. When I was moving I had saved some money working as I waitress.
My first house was in Mathare North, it had a small sink, a bathroom and a restroom. I had a budget and I remember a friend referring me to Mathare North. At 19 I became a PA (Personal Assistant), I have always done something."
Her advice to young people who are moving out.
"Before you leave home ask for blessings, I stayed there for a year."
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