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Amazing! Joyce Naserian lands top job offers after being released from jail


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Joyce Naserian, the Nairobi-based woman who was recently released from prison after being jailed for three months, has been offered high-paying jobs just days after her release.

This comes as good news to Naserian, who was struggling to make ends meet before her arrest.

Comedian Eric Omondi, who helped secure Naserian’s release from prison, was among the first to offer her a job in marketing. Omondi recognized Naserian’s marketing skills, which she demonstrated while calling out to customers at her previous job. He saw her potential and offered her a position to help kickstart her new journey in the field of marketing.

“We have released Joyce Naserian from Langata Women’s Prison. She was to spend three months in prison for a petty offence with a fine of only Ksh10,000. She can now go back to her children.

“Believe it or not, this is Joyce Naserian. It is possible to lift one another only if we unite. Joyce will be offered a job and a new lifeline,” read the statement in part.

Following Omondi’s job offer, other companies have also come forward to offer Naserian high-paying jobs. These include top beauty and fashion brands, who have recognized Naserian’s charisma and unique sense of style.

They have offered her positions in their marketing and sales departments, and some have even offered to sponsor her training and education to further enhance her skills.

Naserian was jailed at the Lang’ata Women Prison for failing to raise Sh10,000 fine after she was charged with loitering.

According to Omondi she was to spend three months in prison

“We have released Joyce naserian from Langata Women Prison. She was to spend 3 months in Prison for a petty offence with a fine of only Ksh 10,000 she can now go back to her Children. We also Released Nicole. @bernicesaroni thank you for coming through and offering her a job. God bless. We also Release Naomi today,” Eric Omondi said.



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