Kenyan Travel Agency Offers Viral Nanny KSh 30k Job, Student Sponsorship Canada Visa

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  • Vital nanny Rosie may be headed to Canada after a beautiful stint in Lebanon saw her employer and her kids fall in love with her
  • Vintmark Travel Agency director Catherine Joe offered Rosie a KSh 30,000 job and a student sponsorship Canada visa
  • Since she shot into the limelight, Rosie has won many hearts, with many praising her for a job well done in Lebanon. 




It’s raining blessings for viral nanny Rosie, as a day after getting a free holiday with her children, she is now being offered a job and a student visa to Canada.





Rosie.Rosie, who was offered student sponsorship Canada visa. Photos: Rozah Rozalina Samson.
Source: Facebook


Catherine Joe to pay KSh 30,000

In a Facebook post, Vintmark Travel Agency director Catherine Joe said they are offering the beloved nanny a KSh 30,000 temporary job and a student sponsorship Canada visa.



“Catherine Joe is looking for the viral Lebanon nanny for two offers, one a temporary nanny job renumeration starting from KSh 30,000,” said conent creator Divinar Joseph. .


“She can work for her as she waits her Canada process documentation.Kindly anyone with contact details share,” she added.

Comments from netizens:

Mercy KE:

“This one is the best off compared to others.”

Purity Wanja:

“Hata asirudi Lebanon but that lady will be devastated haki.”

Sistah Purity:

“Wow! That’s awesome!Mungu akiamua kukubariki hadi maadui wanaketi chini kuandika notes,,,,na wanatii,,,may God continue blessing people.”

Candy James:

“@Rozah Rozalina Samson.Your time to shine is now mami.”

Pam Cosma Shiks:

“When God opens your doorseven the devil sits back to take notes.”

Rosie’s employer asks her not to return to Lebanon

In another story, Rosi’s Lebanese employer, featured in the viral video, has asked her not to return to Lebanon and build a life back at home.




Initially known for expressing a desire to have Rosie return to Lebanon, the employer now encourages Rosie to stay in Kenya.



In a heartfelt statement, the employer expressed mixed emotions, saying she would love Rosy to go back but also wanted her to stay with her kids.

“If I was her, I would stay in Kenya with my kids. I would never come back to Lebanon,” she said.

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