I am Chol Angeth, a South Sudanese by nationality. I came to Kakuma Refugee Camp in 2009. My Mum and Dad divorced in 2004 when I and my little brother were very young and few months later my dad passed away so we started staying with our grandmother. In 2009 my grandmother took me to school at the Kakuma Refugee Camp where I got free education and free shelter too, I finished my primary level in 2014. Life was also tough and studies wasn’t that good but Mom volunteered to take me to better school in Nakuru so I later went to Nakuru but things didn’t go according to mom’s plan because she was not able to support my schooling because of family issues. My uncle was pleased with my performance at school so he volunteered to be paying my feesin form 1 and 2. I later encountered some challenges when I reached form 3 and 4 because the uncle who was paying my fees got an accident and he also was very sick so he couldn’t go to work and that where life knock me down to my knees, I used to go to school for like 2 weeks and send back home because of fees and come back again later without fees so that’s how I survive and the whole of form 4 term 2 and 3 I stay at home for lack of fees. I Only Went Back to school one day before the National Exam and that’s how I finished my high school level. I was Introduced and Invited to Global Internet Fortunes in April 2019 by Jacob Mayen, who was my friend back in Nakuru since we used to play football together so when I saw him advertising about the business I contacted him and asked him about the business. I went for the training and I really saw great future in GIF but the problem was about the Upgrade fee of Ksh 5,500 ($55). I called Mom but she wasn’t having money so I told her to go and borrow money then I’ll pay back so she agreed and she went ahead and borrowed the Ksh 5,500 ($55) from another woman and that’s how I got started. I struggled for about a Few weeks in GIF with no Sales and No Income but later I committed to doing the business seriously. I managed to attend the GIF MOMBASA office launch on 1st JUNE 2019 When I was only 2 months old in the Business and this is where I First Met the CEO of the Company and other GIF Champions and I realized How Big the Opportunity was and I saw the Great future of GIF. My Goal is to change the life of my little brother who’s also in Kakuma Refugee Camp after my grandmother passed away so he was studying in Kakuma and I promise to take care of him…. Am glad that now I moved him from Kakuma to Eldoret and I took him to a better school paying his fees and I always thank God for this great opportunity. Am now working in Kakuma because the Internet is very poor, I travel to Kakuma town every day to find Good/Strong internet and also Electricity is a very big problem here in Kakuma I normally charge my phone almost 3 times a day, I charge it like in the morning and used it then take it back again and used it… Or alternatively I can travel to where there’s power like some institutions places and pretend to go read there but I went there purposely to do my GIF business… That’s how I survive with the bad situations here in Kakuma but thank God am still making a job replacing income and I thank God for leading me to GIF.My aim now in GIF is to stabilize my income and also take care of mom who’s struggling with her little kids and struggling financially, I also managed to take her little daughter to high school and that’s a big achievement I got in GIF. Am now paying school fees for 2 siblings and I would wish to be paying school fees for all my siblings and make my mom live a better life… I also want to change lives of youths in Kenya, South Sudan through GIF. I thank you the CEO Mr Kimathi Kamundeh for giving us this great opportunity and thanks to all my uplines who have been supporting me in the business, Camillus Konjalo, Caroline Mwende, Patrick Wambua, Denis Mutie, Abraham Kuol and Jacob Mayen.
God Bless GIF