Since the ‘Kazi Kwa Vijana’ (Work for Youth) programme was launched in 2009, Kenyan youths continue to be adversely affected by unemployment.

The noble initiative was intended to give first priority to youths but the situation on the ground is much worse.

According to recent report by United Nations; Human Development Index (HDI) 2017, Kenya recorded 39.1 percent unemployment rate, the highest in East Africa.

As a result of these worrying statistics, a majority of Kenyan youth are resorting to self -employment in a bid to make ends meet. This is best illustrated by pictures of three young ladies who have turned to the carwash business in Nairobi.

Clad in sexy outfits, the three ladies have stunned Kenyans on the internet.

Some reactions:

Minnie Moryn: I saw this ‘job advertisement’ somewhere kumbe it was this shady!
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Wambugu Kristie: my concern is their health, sasa na hii njeve plus mvua.. si watashikwa na pneumonia…naomba wavae heavy leggings and warm turtlenecks…then wanaeza vaa hizo summer shorts na bikini tops juu …#VeryWorriedMother

Nyaga M Wycliff: ???????Hapa bae akisema anaenda kupeleka gari car wash unamwambia utaioshea hapa kwa road side na bucket!LMAOOO

David Kabebbe: ?????? Hahahaha..baba si ununue gari?Hii ni ploti ya kila weekendi bana!

Nyaga M Wycliff: ????????????? Wenye walitukataa ju hatu
????????????? Wenye walitukataa ju hatuna magari tuambieni mahali sasa mtawaficha!!Hapa ni kutembea na bae wako wa subaru akiwa kwa mfuko kama simu!Fakini!
Alaf niulize,Wanafanya body wash?If yes,ni ngapi tuanze savings plan!

Ninah Njeri: This is so shameless … thank God i do not have a baby sister because what these girls are doing nowadays to get some attention is sickening

Joey Gathoni: Wacha gari ibaki chafu tukose mpaka kuona mbele,
Alaaaaar, hii ufuckernonsense haijawezanga nanii, alafu ndo ati sasa akue anashinda carwash…. ? ? ? ? but people joke alot mahn?