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The Gold Rush Samuel Wachira

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The story is set in the fictional Paradise City in the US and narrates the experiences of Christopher Makumi, an exceptionally bright scholarship student from Kenya. On completing his studies, Makumi finds himself facing joblessness in a foreign land. An illness back in Kenya compounds his already unhealthy debt problems.

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