Following a feature story carried by the Citizen TV on a jobless and languishing first-class honors graduate Kelvin Ochieng, corporates are splashing job offers for him.
Some of the corporates who had rejected his earlier applications also came with offers.
They include Centum, Vivo Energy, Kenya Private Sector Alliance (Kepsa), Naivas Supermarkets, Nairobi county government and the Kenya Forest Services.
The man from Nyakach also got offers from audit firm Deloitte, a company he had applied for a job but was unsuccessful.
Others include Jamii Bora Bank, Kenya Red Cross, UAP Old Mutual, TripleOKLaw Advocates, Actuary Patrick Waweru and Resolution Health East Africa Ltd and the Kenya Ports Authority.
He had been washing cars in Nairobi for Sh50 to Sh100 to survive and living on the streets and sometimes with his friend in Mathare slums.