Woman Says She Hawked 'Aborbi' After Husband Lost His Job: I Covered His Honour"

Woman Says She Hawked 'Aborbi' After Husband Lost His Job: I Covered His Honour"

  • Dr Jane and Dr Julius Kimani have been together for 20 years
  • The relationship coaches have managed to create a niche for themselves in the flooded industry
  • Jane revealed that at one point she was forced to hawk 'aborbi', to fend for her family after her husband lost his job
  • Reacting to Jane's story, a netizen said: "You are a wonderful woman one in a million"

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Dr Jane has been praised by netizens after she revealed she started hawking 'aborbi' and food to pay their bill after hubby lost his job.

Jane and Julius Kimani.
Dr Jane and Julius Kimani have been married for 20 years. Photos: Dr.Julius & Dr.Jane Kimani, TV47 Kenya.
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Relationship coach Dr Jane Kimani has left many praising her after revealing she stood with her husband when he lost his job.

Speaking to TV47, on Wednesday, December 15, Jane said after her hubby lost his job, she kept it a secret from her family and hawked aborbi (small fish) to foot their bills.

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"My husband lost his job shortly after we got married and I did not tell my parents. I hawked 'aborbi'. I covered his honour and we've been together for 20 years" she said.

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Jane also revealed that most women nowadays hide everything from their men.

"The problem with today's woman is that they hide their small money from their husbands," she added.

Netizens react to Jane's revelations

Jane's remarks elicited mixed reactions online and below are the comments

Vincent Otton:

"Thumbs up to such wonderful women. May God bless them"

Dorah Mutuku:

"This bale was completely sold out 20 years ago ."

Martin Mugeni:

"God bless you for your actions. It eventually comes back together. Feed a starving dog and it won’t forget you."

Monicah Nicah:

"Until I tried it nikapata (discovered) when I send him money it's transferred to co-wife niliacha ujinga (and I stopped)."

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Gloria Murunga:

"I congratulate you dear you need to be a motivational speaker women conference."

Fellesy Wakishi:

"New bales ziko worse my friend you show him you have money anakuomba kumbe anapeana mwingine. Lemi hide mine wacha tulale njaa (men of nowadays are very lazy. They borrow you money and spend it with other women. Let me hide the money we sleep on angry stomach)."

Happiness Happiness:

"And today's man will suffer with you, and enjoy with another woman."

Estar Elsie:

"These sons of Pharaoh's you will feed them then later cheat on you ."

Anisa Maitha:

"The guy was also a real man, not the kind who have an inferiority complex."

Nyakwar Perez:

"I wish I could get one like you."

Taara Ndwiga:

"Pastor Jane, no wonder your husband talks so well of you and protects you so much. Keep up the good work of marriage mentorship."

Edward Rono:

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"That is wife material."

Joel Muita:

"You are a wonderful woman one in a million."

Bro Wanyoisa:

"That's my wife but you will have to pay all the amount plus interest once you secure another job."

Lady advises women to support their husbands

In another story, a woman has asked women to support their husband should they propose to marry second wives.

She discouraged women from fighting each other because of men and instead encouraged them to fight over better things like workspaces and education.

Men on social media agreed with her sentiment, while most women believed that there are men who prefer marrying one wife and do not cheat.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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