Esther Musila, Guardian Angel's wife, has admitted to taking a sample of her mother's urine in order to get a job.
The career woman claimed in an interview with KTN that she was compelled to do this in order to achieve her dream position in the banking sector. Her spouse is quite proud of her because she has had such a distinguished profession.
When Musila opened up about her life, she said that the bank she wanted to work for required women to undergo pregnancy tests before to employment.
“You know the banks those days before they employ you, they tell you to do a pregnancy test. At that point, I was pregnant with my firstborn.
My mother gave me her urine. I needed to go to the interview, I traveled with my mother’s urine from Nakuru to Nairobi,” Musila said.
She therefore found a means to get the job in a different way because she was pregnant at the time.
Mrs. Obwaka, as she is known since she wed Guardian Angle, worked there for six years before quitting to stay at home with her children. She is the mother of three kids from a previous union.
Before starting her job again in 2001, Esther continued by saying that it was crucial for her to raise her children. She stopped working for four years.
She made the decision to abandon the job she had always wanted when she was 26 years old.
“Between 1990 and 1996, I worked in the Advances Department at Kenya Commercial Bank. I then took a four-year break from employment to raise my young children."
She has spent the last 22 years working for the UN. Her enthusiasm and dedication led to a lengthy tenure at one of Kenya's most coveted businesses. She started out on a three-month contract, which opened the door to a long-term position.