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Precious Remmie Advises Married Men On How To Treat Their Wives

Media personality and actress, Precious Remmie, real name Nakiito Rehema, has advised married men on how to treat their wives when it comes to Kameeza money.

Kameeza money is the money that is usually left for wives at home to run all the errands and look after the home for a day by their husbands.

However some women don’t apparently use their money like the way it has been given to them. This ia something that usually annoys some men and end up saying all women don’t know how to use money.

With her platform, she has advised men on how to treat their women who don’t know how to use the money.

According to Precious Remmie, if a man leaves UGX10,000 for Kameeza and on returning home he finds food for just 3k, the next time he should leave only 3k. This is because the woman has showed him that it is enough for the day.

“If you leave 10k as kameeza for your wife and she prepares meals of 3k. The next day, Kameeza should be 3k,” 

It should be noted that Precious Remmie is an independent woman who provides herself with everything she wants. Before she got married, Precious Remmie was a single mother of one. She was doing very well in terms of finances and well-being.

With all the experience she has, her advise to men should be put into consideration.

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