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Mungai Eve: Youtuber Making KSh 500K a Month Says She Can’t Get Employed, Go Broke

The fast-rising Kenyan YouTuber Eve Mungai has detailed why she cannot consider being formally employed at the moment and even in the future.

Speaking to the NTV’s Wicked Edition on Friday, March 18, Mungai said getting employed will probably deter her from achieving her goals in life.  

“I can never agree to be employed, first of all, because I know my worth, secondly because I have so many goals that I feel if I get employed, I’ll probably die before I accomplish them,” said Mungai.

The 21-year-old added that employment has never been her thing as compared to other people and maybe God never planned that she will get to work for someone someday.

YouTuber Eve Mungai. PHOTO | COURTESY

“Being employed is not my calling. To some people, that is their thing, there are some people who when they get employed, will execute their work well, but I feel God did not make me be employed, It is not my thing,” she added. 

Further in the interview, the vicenarian, who dropped out of campus where she was studying journalism and mass communication, boldy stated that she can not go broke.

The content creator, who in a past interview, disclosed that she earns more than KSh 500,000 a month, which shoots to about KSh 1.5 million on ‘good months’ from YouTube, said she manages her finances well.

She narrated how she has had had to turn off people who were constantly soliciting money from her, something that has enabled her to save and invest.

This, she, however, said made her lose a lot of friends who felt entitled to her money.

Mungai’s comments elicited varied reactions on social media. 

Perice Wamalwa said: “So by us following you on u tube we are slowing your vision. Be nice for once and stop bragging.”

Erick Okello: “YouTube can decide to close your account then you will turn into a motivational speaker.”

Zipporah Nyangana opined: “We viewers are your employer gal, respect us..without us viewing your posts what will you gain?”

Akinyi Daisy: “What you believe you will achieve not everyone wants 8-5 and you don’t need to be employed to get rich. I love your spirit.”

Nelson Mwanza said: “I listened to this interview and I liked how she is ambitious. We are all ambitious but God’s time is the best.”

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Esther Mbuguah: “Gogogo girl, achieve as many as you can.to those saying that she be humble, nothing will happen to her in fact you will keep seeing her soaring eagle .work hard too.go girl.”

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