Life has become so difficult for many people to manage. It has been shown lately that for one to have something on the dinning table requires hard work and consistency in the area of hustle.
The sad part of it is that these hustles are rare and competitive! Even the hardest hustle like being a mere right hand man to a craftsman needs connection.
Initially, people were struggling to acquire white collar jobs. They were available only to the elite. Every African child was therefore aiming to work smart in class so as to earn a decent job and transform their families.
It’s a paradox that those people who worked smart in book work alone are now at the suffering end than those who diverted into business and other forms of successful hustle!
Imagine of a situation where you spend those cold mornings and hard life in school only to acquire a degree then suffer later in “tarmacking”, looking for an employment opportunity!
Due to such factors as being unable to meet the daily economic and financial needs, some opt to take their lives.
The same has been noted in Langata area, Nairobi. The body of a mother of three, Vanita N Seghani, was found hanging on the window in her apartment.This incident happened at Mandir Flats on April 3.
The body of late Vanita has raised eyebrows among residents of Langata, who demand extensive scrutiny into the matter, so that the exact causative to the death of Saghani could be ascertained.
According to the Langata police boss Benjamin Mwanzi, Vanita must have committed suicide for reasons yet to be known. This is because there were no bruises on her body after a comprehensive postmortem conducted on her body.
A rope was also found hanging on the window where the body was lying, and a stool that is suspected to have contributed to the success of the suicidal act.
The inhabitants of Langata have organized a protest that is termed peaceful protest from 14th Thursday to Monday 18th at Shree Cutchhi Leva Patel Samaj, Nairobi.