Man crying like a baby photo after loosing his job

I'm Richard, and I'm from Meru County. Individuals can overcome obstacles in life in a variety of ways. Some individuals even go so far as to commit suicide.


This was exactly how my life was going; I had only recently graduated from college and was living in this city, but I didn't remain unemployed for long before landing a job at a communication firm.

My siblings and sisters were enthralled with the world's delights and had their own interests outside of work, so I supported my relatives on an ordinary wage.

I helped my parents and other relatives who were poor, which was not something I was delighted about, but I remained at that firm with incense and flames of hope that at some point I would be granted a little better position.


I was let go from the firm after three months of employment because I was a long-armed employee.


The fact that I was dismissed without receiving a pay and that I had no company or other assets to support myself in life upset me the most. These charges were only meant to harm my financial future.


I was living an existence full of worry the whole time since I had no means of sustaining myself, was in debt, and caused a lot of people to drift away from me.


I strove my hardest to recover my reputation from charges of theft in the firm, but things were bad since no one wished to listen to me. All of our friends moved farther from me because they claimed I was an added burden they thought was really difficult to handle.


I had ideas of obtaining a noose at any moment, so my old buddy provided me with the contact information for African doctors, saying the guy would be able to assist me immediately.


After I was able to get in touch with African doctors, he extended an invitation for me to visit his Nakuru office. I travelled from Nairobi to Nakuru.


There, he treated me with conventional methods of healing and informed me that I was the victim of many family misfortunes that would always bring ill luck.


I'll find another job that pays much more, as he promised me. I went back home expecting to find employment. A Nairobi-based firm called me after approximately two days to let me know they were interested in my skills, and I began working there right away with a high income.


African doctors who also treat conditions like diabetes, epilepsy, high blood pressure, and TB have completely improved my family's and my quality of life.


Contact African Doctors by number; +254 769 404965, visit their website; www.african-doctors.com  or email them; africandoctorheals@gmail.com


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