"I Want to Be There For Her": Lawyer Washes Clothes for Wife, Does House Chores

"I Want to Be There For Her": Lawyer Washes Clothes for Wife, Does House Chores

  • Lawyer Peter Wanyama caused netizens to have mixed reactions after washing clothes for his family so that his wife could rest
  • The couple buried their baby about two weeks ago after the wife underwent a Caesarean Section procedure
  • The Legal Compliance Specialist at Manyonge Wanyama Associates & Advocates said he does housework to show leadership in the family

A famous lawyer has touched the hearts of many after washing clothes for his wife and children while at home.

Peter Wanyama.
Advocate Peter Wanyama washing clothes for his wife and children. Photo: Peter Wanyama.
Source: Facebook

Where does advocate Peter Wanyama work?

In an interview with Legit.ng, Peter Wanyama said that he usually steps in when he is alone with the kids in the village.

"Men can do it better," said the Legal Compliance Specialist at Manyonge Wanyama Associates & Advocates.

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This time, Wanyama had an even more serious reason for helping out at home.

"When my wife cannot do the housework, and the househelp is away for whatever reason, I step in to do the housework because I am the leader of the home," he said.

Wanyama, wife lose baby

"Like this time my wife had undergone a Caesarean Section procedure but sadly, we lost our baby. We buried our baby two weeks ago. Helping out at home is showing leadership through action; I'm not a male chauvinist," he declared.

Society normally frowns on a man doing house chores, but Wanyama said that this does not affect him.

"I ignore them; we are not living in a chauvinistic society. In the big hotels, men are the best cooks and chefs," he said.
"That's a stereotype; we must change those stereotypes. We must provide strategic leadership in the society. Apart from washing, I also cook and shop; I know how to shop for the best vegetables in the market ," he said.

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When he posted his photo washing clothes on Facebook, netizens had much to say and below are some of the reactions.

Comments from netizens:

Bonnie Muigai:

"Oh nice. Me too I can do everything for my kids."

Wakili Elizabeth Wanjiru Ndung'u:

"With all the laundromat we have? Interesting."

Nädhän Käbèriä:

"This is motivating."

S Okalle Makanda:

"President you are endangering our nuptials."

Ruth Kandagor:

"Leading by example."

Evelyn Weje:

"Great job ! Mambo nyumbani ni kusaidiana."

Gloria Chelang'at Mmari:

"Love this!❤️ Thank you for helping and letting your lovely wife rest as she recovers. May God Bless the work of your hands."

Mercie Violet:

"Where can I get such man...so that I can enjoy this life."

Lawyer advises men to marry in 30s

In another story, Wanyama advised men to marry in their 30s while at the same time urging them to avoid party girls.

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The Kenyan lawyer also observed that by marrying party girls, one would regret after just six months of marriage.

A report launched on November 2, 2022, by KNBS revealed that half of them reach old age as senior bachelors.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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