Woman Gifts Her Househelp Loads of Cash, Phones and Handbag: "Thank You"

Woman Gifts Her Househelp Loads of Cash, Phones and Handbag: "Thank You"

  • A kind Kenyan woman left her housegirl with a smile on her face after gifting her money, phones and a bag
  • The Kisumu woman said she appreciated her nanny identified as Nancy with the presents because she did not want her to go home for Christmas empty-handed
  • The employer had displayed the gifts on a chart that was decorated with a beautiful thank you message for the nanny

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A Kisumu woman has warmed many hearts after gifting her house girl several goodies as appreciation for work well done in 2021.

Kenyan Woman Gifts Her Househelp Loads of Cash, Phones and Handbag: "Thank You"
The Kisumu woman (r) gifted her nanny Nancy (l) several goodies for work well done in 2021. Photo: Effie Keens Kaano.
Source: UGC

The woman identified as Effie Keens Kaano thought it wise to reward her domestic help of two years as she breaks for the holidays.

Speaking to Briefly News the mother of one said she gifted her house girl cash, a smartphone and another feature phone for her mum along with a handbag so that she would not go home for Christmas empty-handed.

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"She is just an employee like any other person. Like taking good care of my daughter every day is not an easy job plus the house and I thought because she is going home, a little token is everything," she told this writer.

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Her nanny, identified as Nancy could not hide her joy as she received the gifts from her which were beautifully displayed on a chart that had a lovely message.

"Dear Nancy, thank you for taking good care of Herra in 2021. You are a blessing to us and we love you. From Mama Herra," the heartwarming message read.

The cash displayed on the chart amounted to KSh 15,000.

"Even people working in big companies get little tokens at the end of the year. It's the little things that count in life," the lovely lady told TUKO.co.ke.

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Hardworking Busia woman

In another feel-good story, Briefly News also recently reported about Eunice Otieng, a Busia woman who defied all odds to build herself a house and rentals four years after her husband left her.

Being the strong woman she is, Otieng, who works as a nurse said she decided to pick up the pieces and rebuild her life from scratch.

The hardworking Busia woman said she gifted her five-year-old daughter the rentals to heal the pain they went through when the landlord closed their house due to rent arrears.

Source: Briefly News

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