• Kamene said her husband never ate food prepared by someone else so she had to take his lunch to work
Kiss FM's Kamene Goro was a housewife when she was married to her now Tanzanian ex-husband.
She was responding to a court ruling by Justice Teresiah Matheka that ruled that being a housewife is a full-time job that one should be paid for.
Speaking during the Morning Kiss, Kamene said being a housewife was hard.
"My man was to get to work by 8-9am, so I would wake up by 7am. I would pick out the clothes he would wear and iron them. After that, I would run the shower so the water gets hot," she said.
"I would set his skincare products in one place, as he had a skincare routine. I would make the bed and set out his clothes on the bed.
"After that, I would go to the kitchen and give orders on what was to be prepared for breakfast."
Kamene said her ex-husband hated waking up to a dirty house, so she had to make sure the house helps had cleaned the house before her man woke up.
"After breakfast, she would prepare him a snack to carry to work."
Kamene said her husband never ate food prepared by someone else, so she had to take his lunch to work.
"I would ensure the garden is in order. He also loved green vegetables, so I would go pick some from the shamba, bring them to the house helps and have them prepared."
"Mimi huyo kwa gari. I take the lunch to him, he eats and I take back the containers. I go to the supermarket and run any other errand then go back home. Later, we would go to the gym. Being a housewife means you are always on call."
She said the biggest highlight of her week was going to the supermarket and the salon.
Kamene is currently engaged to a mystery man.