Rev Njoya: I’m a househusband who looks up to wife for answers
Civil rights activist retired Reverend Timothy Njoya has caused a stir online after revealing that he is a househusband who buys groceries for his wife.
The Reverend, who often cracks up tweeps, was responding to a user who asked him to prophesy on where Kenya is heading.
He told the user to ask the elected leaders who are charged with leading the country.
Rev Njoya added that he is just a househusband who often asks his wife questions and worries when she delays in sending him to shop.
His response was shared widely and elicited various reactions, with some tweeps blaming the weed that was growing in Rev Njoya’s home garden.
I ask u 2 ask ur MCAs, MPs and Governors. You elected them purposely to answer such questions. You pay them hefty wages and allowances to give you answers! I am a Househusband. I ask my questions to my wife and start worrying if she delays sending me to shop 4 kithen things. https://t.co/iby1BgOD6s
— Timothy Njoya (@timothynjoya) December 6, 2017
Exactly how did you destroy this herb? Looks like you have become a ‘High Priest’ already from your answers! ???? pic.twitter.com/Cb15pxqq50
— Evening Star (@Cosmic_Boom) December 7, 2017
Wife should #resist from sending our MCM to fetch bread and milk in the morning bana. LOL
— Felix (@Fellarated) December 6, 2017
Why should you be sent to buy items? Effects of your book The Divinity of the Clitoris? On which day do you do the Laundry?
— Keyser Söze (@KimenyiNjuhiga) December 6, 2017
There’s no emasculation whatsoever. Your wife will age like fine wine. Continue loving each other Rev..
— Njambi Kimotho (@kimotho_diamond) December 6, 2017
When a clergyman finds weed in his compound, then stumbles on Twitter
— Santa Klaus ?? (@mweetah) December 7, 2017
— Waaajiku Anne (@shikuanne) December 7, 2017