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Vincent Nyoike

Vincent Nyoike
Vincent Nyoike About

Vincent Nyoike is some kind of a difficult person to grasp. He goes by two definitions: 

  1. Some kind of a human-dolphin that can't swim, but has a lot of care for others.
  2. Some kind of a human-penguin that separates itself from anything that doesn't bring him peace. 

Some say I'm quiet and serious while others wish I had some kind of a pause button in my mouth. Either way, I am one perfect person to be your favorite hello.

I also like to reinvent myself; it's part of my job.  

I'm an interesting person, but sometimes I can be annoying. I thought I was funny until I cracked a joke and laughed alone. I think I am hilarious in my own making. I'm kinda the only one who gets my jokes.

To cut it short, there are many adjectives I would have loved to use, but I will leave it up to you.

It's Alive 

I was born in 1995 in a small rural area; Kanyiri-ini village in Kandara Division, Murang'a County. I grew up and nurtured in Kabati. I had the privilege to attend many primary schools due to unavoidable circumstances, giving me a chance to learn and interact with people from different backgrounds.  

Education 

I'm not a pundit, but I love knowledge. Reading for fun is interesting. I graduated from the University of Eldoret with a BSc in Applied Statistics with Computing in 2018.

Before graduating, I had started a course in Certified Public Accountants (CPA) but lost interest before completing it.

Since then, I have concentrated on personal development and self-acquired skills. Nevertheless, the course has been instrumental in my work. 

I have an interest in finance, startups and insurance. If you have a SEO project, you can reach out to me on Upwork

Work 

I am a full time freelancer, not a profession, but my passion. I love writing. Research and SEO is my thing. I always want to scribble down ideas and share my thoughts. 

I have had the privilege to work with finance organizations around the world. I have contributed to basicincome.org, to advocate for the introduction of basic income in African countries. I have also written for the Standard Media Group in regards to the jua kali sector

How I Consider Myself

I am self driven, ambitious, smart and outgoing. Not to forget, I am an introvert. It is because I learned the secret of talking less and doing more.

Nevertheless, I always want to make things happen, and not to wait for them to happen. I also keep my space and work manageable. 

Hobbies 

I like taking walks so that I can have enough time to think and plan. I also like traveling for fun. I can stop along the way and stare at this or that. It could be anything; a building, a garage. Generally, I like to pay attention to anything that sparks my inner ignition.

Projects 

I have several projects I am working on, online and offline. At the moment, my focus is on Nexin Startups, a project I started to help people invest and grow their money. One year into it and the traffic is at 800 visitors daily. I am working to double the traffic by the end of the year. It can be done!

I am also working on other projects and once they are up and running, I will update this page.