Painful journey from house-help to a Successful Nurs
A Kenyan nurse has disclosed she once worked as a house-help in Saudi Arabia where many Kenyans have allegedly been mistreated by their employers sparking uproar on social media. Faith Ng’ang’a urged her fellow citizens to never despise humble beginnings, revealing that despite the tribulations she went through, she served in the position faithfully and trusted God would open doors for her.
In a lengthy Facebook post, the medical worker who is also a philanthropist, narrated her experience in the Middle East country while appealing to those who were nearly giving up in life to work hard so they can fulfill their dreams.
“Never despise your humble beginning. I want to encourage someone today. I have been receiving so many inboxes of people who are giving up in life, desperate and who see no hope for the future.“I was once a maid in Saudi Arabia before I became a nurse. You never knew that, did you? Life there wasn’t easy. I slave I was, but in my spot of being a maid, I served in my position faithfully and trusting God for a better tomorrow. I may not be a millionaire nor have a big title but I have what it takes to say that indeed I made it and I am blessed,” said Ng’ang’a.
he beautiful Kenyan lady said her painful journey to where she is today is a testimony anyone, regardless of their challenges, can make it in life.
“Don’t give up, hang in there. In whichever position you are in, be it a street vendor, a house help, a watchman or whatever it is that you are, serve faithfully without lamenting. Your tomorrow will be better than today. I;m a piece of evidence that God can turns things around to favor you and the world to call you blessed,” she added.
By Japhet Ruto