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MZBEL SUGGESTED THAT KUAMI EUGENE WOULD BETTER BE SERVED BY A NANNY, RATHER THAN BY A MAID.

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The recent allegations made by Mary, a former house help of highlife musician Kuami Eugene, created a great stir around him. Mary stated the ordeal she went through while working for him. In response to this, Mzbel, a Hiplife musician, suggests that the "Angela" singer shouldn't have chosen a young woman like Mary, but rather should have gone for a nanny. 


Mzbel's take is framed on the idea that the nature of nanny-employer relationship is less demanding and more professional as opposed to having someone that young working in a household. With a nanny



In an interview, Mary disclosed that when she began working for Kwame, she was remunerated a monthly salary of GHC 400. Taking to her Instagram page, she suggested a harmless idea, posting, “What Kwame needs is a nanny, not a maid.”


Mary recounted her experiences of working for the singer, noting that when she started she was paid 400 cedis but after a year her salary had increased by 100 cedis, to a total of 500 cedis. She went onto explain that this increase continued until she was recently dismissed; the catalyst being an errand she had run late at night for a female friend of the singer.


Mary, a young former house help of celebrated hiplife artist Kuami Eugene made a controversial revelation few hours ago. In her claim, she stated that the musician had given her two options; to either leave his house or receive an amount of GHC 400. This implied that she was trading obedience for the money. This raised obvious eyebrows and outrage in Kuami Eugene's circle of fans, as well as the society as a whole.


The poor girl alleged that Kuami Eugene demanded the obedience due to the fear of being held responsible if something bad happened to her, since she often returned late from her errands. 


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