- Radio presenter Cynthia Anyango has shared an experience that many mothers go through every now and then
- According to her, a former house help who walked out with arrogance has trooped back with humility begging for her job back
- Anyango added that even if she was compassionate to allow her back, the pain she went through after being disrespected that much cannot allow
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) radio presenter Cynthia Anyango has disclosed that her one-time house girl has been begging her for a job.
In a post on social media, Anyango stated that the young lady resigned from her job in October last year with pride and arrogance.
Resigned at midnight
According to her, the notice was given at midnight yet the two had spent the whole day in the house together.
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"What's worse, she knew very well that I usually wake up at 3 am to head for my show in the studio," she explained.
Anyango says the most painful aspect of the whole issue was the fact that she had been her employee for three years.
She added that throughout the employment period she believes she took good care of her in ways only she and God know.
Sorry, no vacancy
When she quit working, Anyango recalls that she told her arrogantly to look for a replacement from a bureau.
"Which was weird because I did not employ her from a bureau. That thing really hurt me but I let it go because it was not in my position to judge," she noted.
Anyango was, therefore, surprised when she woke up to her phone call in which she pleaded for her job back.
One question Anyango says she asked the caller was whether she thought the household would come to a standstill for the five months she's been away waiting for the day she returns.
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"I simply told her that I have another house girl and don't need her services. What goes around comes around," she concluded.
Little housemaid begs to be reunited with her mum
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a little housemaid found on the street had begged to be reunited with her family.
According to Princess, she found Favour on the street of Port Harcourt wearing rags and with bruises all over her body.
When quizzed, Favour said she hails from Ikeduru LGA in Imo state but works for her aunt as a housemaid. Princess said Favour is not only being maltreated but was denied access to communicating with her family.