19-year-old medical student says running an online store kept her from dating sponsors Kenya News


  • 19-year-old Annita Jasmine Mbita has a vision to make a significant contribution to national development
  • Despite the fact that the medical career is so demanding, Mbita successfully runs an online store
  • According to Mbita, she values ​​business because it generates income faster but prioritizes her career because knowledge is more important

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19-year-old medical student Annita Jasmine Mbita is a self-taught CEO who runs a successful online store.

Annita Jasmine Mbita, 19, is a medical student who runs a successful online store. Photo: Girl Empowerment Alliance for Change.
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According to A medical student at Mulungushi University, she opened an online store to contribute to national development through job creation.

Speaking in an interview with Girl Empowerment Alliance for Change, she said she ventured into the business to create jobs for young people and also to be self-reliant.

“I think students should at least start a business, because going into business as a college student helps a lot; it gives you an independent mindset which is really important for personal growth. It also keeps you away from immoral activities such as dating sponsors. , “she explained.

Mbita has revealed that she is completely independent at school and does not require maintenance at home.

She added:

“My plan for the future is to finish school first because education is the key. For me, it is the career before my company. Nevertheless, I have no intention of leaving the business because I like being independent and interacting with customers. “

22-year-old nursing student inspires a lot after starting a business

As previously stated on TUKO.co.ke, at 22, Alice Lance owns a thriving business specializing in smoked fish and chicken

She ventured into the business of smoking fish and chicken with determination and hard work.

Speaking in an interview with Girl Empowerment Alliance for Change, the student midwife said she has an inner talent for doing business and believes in hard work.

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