Conflict between work and home is a major issue globally. The incessantly growing day-to-day demands and the increasingly fast-paced economy have blurred the traditional line between work and home life.
Back in the day, when I was still an ardent fan of Nigerian movies, I used to think nagging mothers-in-law weren’t a reality but just a Nigerian stereotype. If you have watched a few of them, you have noticed how most of them are depicted as evil and a huge pain in the neck to their daughters-in-law.
So I bumped into an old friend sometime and much as I was happy to see her, I couldn’t help but notice that she spoke with what I can only assume was a British accent gone horribly wrong. Asking where she had disappeared to, she spoke without a twitch, ‘Namibia.’
Edith Nyiraneza, a resident of Kacyiru, says that two weeks back she happened to go to Nyamirambo, a Kigali suburb, by the only means she could afford, a taxi.“I wish I had another alternative because my trip was not easy at all considering the noise I had to bear with”, she complained.