- The actress urged the airport cleaners to give their favorite celebrities privacy when using the bathroom, pointing out that standing in front of the door and asking if they need help is not fair
- Mary Njoku added that they should always leave the tissues in the toilet describing how annoying it is handing some sheets and asking if it will be enough.
In her post , Mary Njoku emphasizes the importance of respecting the privacy of celebrities and public figures, especially during their travels.
The mother of three reminded them that it is unfair to stand in front of a celebrity's door and inquire if they need help, and instead of giving them privacy when they use the restroom.
She bemoaned the fact that one cannot fart in peace without feeling ashamed, pointing out that using the restroom is a personal activity.
She continued by saying that it is absurd to hand out a few sheets and inquire if it will be enough, and that instead, they should always leave the tissues in the restroom.
“Dear Cleaners at the airport, y'all are doing a great job.
But please, give your Favs some privacy to use the bathroom! Standing in front of the door, and asking if they need help is not fair!
It is a PERSONAL Task!
Someone cannot even fart in peace.
And please! Leave the tissues in the toilet. Handing someone Fe sheets and asking if it will be enough is ridiculous!
Give people Privacy! And any tip that is meant for you will not pass you by in Jesus name”.
In another story, Actress Mary Njoku credits hubby, as she makes 2023 Forbes women list
Mary Njoku who credited her husband, Jason Njoku and called him her halo, thanked him for his support.
The prestigious American magazine recently released its annual list of the 50 most powerful women in Africa, and Mary was included alongside Director general of the World Trade Organization, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and Chimamanda Adichie, among others.