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Precious Remmie Reveals She Is Stingy With Her Money

Television presenter and actress Precious Remmie real name Rehema Nakiito has revealed that she is very mean with her money. She said no one is entitled to her money, especially the one she wakes up for every morning.

Ms. Remmie works on Sanyuka television on the morning program. People usually approach celebrities like her for help in terms of money. According to her, the money she gets from her job on television is enough for the problems she has.

She said by the end of the day she doesn’t have any left to give out to people. The television presenter said no one is entitled to her money, not even her family members.

Precious Remmie also said it is not her problem that certain people don’t want to work. They are always asking for money from other people not knowing how hard it is to make money.

“The money I am given here on TV has its own problems that are enough. Even if you are a friend or family, you aren’t entitled to the money I wake up early for. If you don’t want to work, those are your problems,” she said.

It should be noted that before she got married, Precious Remmie was a single mother of one child. But she is currently expecting a second child with her now husband Raymond Bindeeba.

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