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How I Succeeded In Making Samosas To Level Of Needing Employees

After my experience with a housemaid from Hell known as Aunt Naki, I was jobless with barely nothing to feed my child. A friend of mine loaned me start up capital to make samosas.

I diligently made samosas and hawked them around Kiwatule with my baby tight on my back. Samosas were so good that my market grew to a level of me needing employees, that is how I hired some boys who would go around selling beef samosas all around Kiwatule and Ntinda.

The market grew so big that I needed to hire a housemaid to help me baby sit my child as I focus on business and that is how I got Aunt Hadijah.

Aunt Hadijah was also a mature married woman in her forties, unfortunately she had no kids of her own but she was the most caring loving person. She was a loving and caring person, she came in morning hours and left at 7pm.

Ooh, Aunt Hadijah was a pamperer! She treated me like her young sister, my baby at that point had the best nanny EVER!

My business started crumbling

Aunt Hadijah stayed with me through thick and thin for over a year, at some point my business started crumbling, the boys I had hired to hawk samosas started sabotaging the business thus tampering with cash flow.

You people, Aunt Hadijah would take my baby to her home, and her hubby would buy milk, Pampers and food for both my baby and I. Even when her salary was delayed Aunt Hadijah was patient and never complained.

She was just heaven sent! An Angel.

Unfortunately we had to part ways in 2018 because I had run out of money to pay her due to the decline in my business.

By Kerry Namyalo

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