Kenyan woman says lover left her 9 days after she lost her job

Kenyan woman says lover left her 9 days after she lost her job

- Anna Mukasa recalled the painful memory on her Twitter handle on Tuesday, August 11

- Netizens were quick to comfort her as they shared similar experiences

- Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in March in Kenya, thousands of people have been fired or sent home on unpaid leave as the effects of the pandemic continue to bite

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A Kenyan woman has narrated how her lover left her nine days after she lost her job.

The lady identified as Anna Mukasa recalled the painful memory on her Twitter handle on Tuesday, August 11.

Mukasa also revealed her friends deserted her at the hour of need adding she realised she had been a living a lie.

Kenyan woman says lover left her 9 days after she lost her job

Anna Mukasa shared her experience after painfully losing her job and source of income. Photo: Anna Mukasa.
Source: Twitter

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"When I lost my job early this year, it took nine days for "the love of my life" to leave. Before it hit me that I had been living a lie, I had lost most friendships and mostly my pride. I've since learnt that people only care for you if it benefits them," she wrote.

Netizens were quick to comfort her as they shared similar experiences.

Oliver Mathenge: "I'm so sorry. It is an unfortunate nature of human beings."

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Kenyan woman says lover left her 9 days after she lost her job

Kenyan youths demonstrating over lack of jobs in Nairobi. Photo: TUKO.co.ke.
Source: Original

Hillary Vidonyi: "Your so called friends are there only because you share something; pilots have pilot friends, farmers have farmer friends while bodaboda guys have bodaboda friends."
Arnold Lutalala: "Sad but that’s life for you. Been there before and friends leave. They scramble back when it gets better and expect a warm embrace. I am slowly learning to put myself before anyone else."
Kiarie Mureithi: "This is one of the biggest life's lessons yet. It's a turning point for you take the right turn and never look back. When God wants to bless you, he removes bad and toxic people in your life for you to receive.keep going they will be around to witness."

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