Viral Kenyan Nanny Discloses She'll Return to Lebanese Family: "They're Going Through Hard Time"

Viral Kenyan Nanny Discloses She'll Return to Lebanese Family: "They're Going Through Hard Time"

  • The Kenyan nanny, Rosie, captured hearts worldwide when a video of her emotional departure from her Lebanese employers was shared on social media
  • Rosie is now sharing her intention to go back to Lebanon because her former employers are facing tough times, and she wants to support them
  • The nanny, who comes from Siaya county praised the family for their exceptional treatment, acknowledging their kindness, timely payments, and harmonious bond

The viral Kenyan nanny who became an internet sensation after her emotional return from Lebanon has revealed that she plans on returning to her employer.

Kenyan nanny
The nanny disclosed that she would return to her Lebanese employers. Photo: Expeditions/Maria.Cataleya (TikTok)
Source: UGC

Roseline Atieno Oyola, popularly known as Rosie, went viral after an emotional video captured the children from the Lebanese family weeping as she left the country to return home.

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On Wednesday, December 6, Rosie disclosed that she plans to go back to her Lebanese employer because the family has been going through a tough time since coming back home.

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The sensational nanny also hailed the family for the humane treatment they accorded her as it inspired her to also look after their children in the best way she could.

"I went to Lebanon in 2021 and the family really treated me well. I blended with them seamlessly. They gave me food, paid me on time and the experience was really good. It is very heartbreaking for me because I know the family is going through a tough time," she said.

Rosie also revealed that she has started a small business as she seeks to spend some time with her children and provide for them.

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"I have started my business here in town. I am selling some sport and gym wear. I know many fear going to the gulf countries but I would advise anyone who wants to go to do so. Try your luck, pray, do your best," she said.

Rosie revealed she comes from Siaya county and she left the country when her son was just two years old.

Rosie gifted fully-paid trip

She was speaking after meeting Expeditions Safaris, a Kenyan tour company which gifted her a fully-paid trip to the Maasai Mara.

"We were deeply moved by Rozah's story and her incredible bond with the family she serves in Lebanon," said Pancras Karema, CEO of Expeditions Maasai Safaris.
"Her selflessness and love embody the spirit of compassion that we cherish at Expeditions Maasai Safaris," he added.

Don't come back - boss tells Nanny Rosie

Earlier, reported that Rosie's Lebanon madam had advised her not to return to them.

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In a new video shared on TikTok, the oyinbo woman gave reasons why she thought Rosie coming back won't be ideal.

Many people came to the defence of the viral nanny, with some accusing the white lady of being jealous of the love Rose was getting.


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