Mzansi applauds loving hubby for putting wife first: Thumbs up

Mzansi applauds loving hubby for putting wife first: Thumbs up

- Mzansi applauded a loving and caring husband for helping his wife assemble a desk to work from at home

- His picture on social media went viral and he stole Mzansi's hearts

- His gesture revealed his other talent and because of his excellent work, he was encouraged by Twitter users to start his own business

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A husband has taken Twitter by storm and was applauded by Mzansi for helping his wife by making a work station for her from an old wooden shoe rack

Edgard Ntamvutsa took to social media and shared a of himself showing some tender loving and care to his wife. This follows his wife's complaints of painful shoulders from sitting with her computer on her lap.

He did some searching around the house to find anything he could use to help ease the pain on his wife and for her work better. Finally, he found an old wooden shoe rack. He created a desk for his adorable wife, so from now on, she can work comfortably at home, no more laptop on her lap.

Seeing his excellent work, other Twitter users encouraged him to start his own business. They said he could become the very best if he could give the carpenter and interior design business a try. This loving husband said he can turn wood into anything amazing.

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Many applauded the hubby's kind gesture and said he proved to be a real man. Couples all over Mzansi has been busy strengthening their bonds and do things things together since lockdown. A while back, a woman volunteered to be the guinea pig while her husband did her make-up. The end results were hilarious.

@CBroadus wrote:

"That's how a real man behaves. Congrats for showing the world that we do exist."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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