Loving Wife Turns to Social Media to Hunt Job for Stressed Husband: "It Hurts to See Him Broken"

Loving Wife Turns to Social Media to Hunt Job for Stressed Husband: "It Hurts to See Him Broken"

  • A woman asked a renowned Zambian entrepreneur to help her husband get a job because she was tired of seeing him broken because he could not provide
  • Evelyne Kumwenda asked Mubita C. Nawa to help her hubby get an opportunity as a driver in his truck company
  • Men who reacted to her comment were touched by her genuine love for her husband and hoped he would get a job soon

PAY ATTENTION: Follow Briefly News on Twitter and never miss the hottest topics! Find us at @brieflyza!

A woman identified as Evelyne Kumwenda has proven love has no limits to what you can do for your partner after going on Facebook to appeal for a job on behalf of her husband.

Evelyne Kumwenda tried to help her husband get a job. Photo: @Evelyne Kumwenda, @Mubia C. Nawa.
She commented on a businessman's post to hire her jobless hubby. Photo: @Evelyne Kumwenda, @Mubia C. Nawa.
Source: UGC

Loyal wife tries to help hubby get job

The lady had commented on a potential employer, Mubita C. Nawa's post, marketing trucks for people who wish to hire them.

Read also

I texted him first, refused his proposal: Pretty lady shares chat as she weds crush after sliding into his DM

This is what Kumwenda commented on the influencer's post:

PAY ATTENTION: Never miss breaking news – join Briefly News' Telegram channel!

"Mr Nawa, sorry to say this here but if you need drivers, please hire my husband, he's a holder of a Class C driver's license but isn't working and it hurts me to see him so broken because he can't provide for his family."

Her comments attracted other reactions from people who were touched by her love for the husband, that rather than leaving him, she was willing to help him get a job.

Here are some reactions to her comment:

Elias Sikacheya said:

"She's very blessed indeed. Such women are few. Can anybody in a position to help come to her aid."

Geoffrey Lesa asked:

"So it's true we have women who can help like this? God bless you, mama."

Cornelius Zambrota Musukwa commented:

"Your request is under heaven's scrutiny, very soon your prayer shall be answered, mark my words."

Read also

Peeps were asked why their exes dumped them: "She wanted to date a radio"

Nchimunya Mulindi said:

"You have just portrayed a picture of a caring and loving wife. God will surely do the best for you, if it were other people, they could have found ways of leaving the husband."

Rodger Mulawo commented:

"Very few women would stand by their husbands when they are not working, worse even looking for a job for him on Facebook. I hope he will not dump you when he gets a job."

Dedicated wife helps hubby who lost memory

In a separate story, Briefly News reported a woman who shared she is still taking care of her husband who lost his memory 12 years ago.

The two have been married for close to 30 years and the problem started when the two got retrenched the same year.

Her husband started forgetting things and would write down his to-do list; the doctors, however, gave him stress medication because they thought not having a job was affecting him.

Source: Briefly News

Online view pixel