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78% of Chefs Are Men, They Have Left the ‘Unpaid Kitchen’ For Us – Actress Mary Njoku

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Mary Remmy-Njoku, Nollywood actress and movie producer, has tackled men who are chefs and head-cooks for getting paid for cooking, while leaving the ‘unpaid kitchen’ for women.
The actress who recently urged women to carry out DNA tests, beckoned on men to learn to appreciate ‘good’ house wives for their hard work.

Mary who is a wife and a mother said, housewives should earn more money than bank executives if they get paid for all the work they do at home.
The filmmaker further, stressed that wives are a total package as they work as house girls, cooks, cleaners, home tutors, runners, nurses and nannies, thus they deserve to earn more money than bankers. Mary Remmy-Njoku wrote:

“Almost 78% of the chefs and head cooks in the world are men.

And some idiots will say “a woman’s place is in the kitchen. Don’t be deceived.

They have taken over the ‘Paid Kitchens’ and left the ‘unpaid kitchens’ to us.

Yet some people still don’t appreciate the hard work their wives do.

Cleaner, chef, butler, Nanny, house girl, runner, dry cleaner, nurse, therapist prayer and home tutor+ Dorime partner.

All these in one person.

Total Package!”

“Let’s learn to appreciate the ‘good’ house wives. Cos if they get paid for all the work they do, they will make more money than some bank executives.”
(Gistlover)

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