Crafty tricksters are taking advantage of desperation among unemployed youth, making the latter to part with thousands of shillings to secure ghost jobs
A keen observer passing near the Odeon bus terminus will not miss the sight of people jostling for space to get a glimpse of some notice boards stretching all the way to a nearby bank branch.
One can even be fooled to think the crowd of people, mostly the youth and those new in the city, are outdoing each other to watch a free cinema on the wall.
But a closer look reveals that these people are taking contacts from various notices on the wall advertising jobs and vacancies in the city and its environs.
Vacancies appearing on the glass-sealed notice boards range from plum jobs in city offices, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) and companies looking for drivers, IT managers and even individuals looking for househelps in leafy suburbs.