‘I owe him my job’: 51 year old Kenyan chef details how Aubameyang helped her secure a job at Arsenal

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'I owe him my job': Kenyan chef details how Aubameyang helped her secure a job at Arsenal

Bernice Kariuki, Kenyan chef, has spoken out about her encounter with former Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, which completely changed her life and business.

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Bernice Kariuki claims that she is currently working as the chef at Arsenal because the Gabonese striker who was the club’s captain at the time used his influence to get her the job.

She claims Aubameyang hired her as his personal chef at Arsenal and that she has been there for three years, even after Gabonese left for Barcelona.

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Bernice Kariuki said in an interview with Chams Media:

“I moved to Sweden when I was 17 and later to the UK to study psychology. I have always loved cooking and at one point chanced on Aubameyang who was the Arsenal captain at the time.”

“So, there was one time we went to a Christmas party and I met Auba and I was like if you have some space I’m passionate about Arsenal and I can come to cook for you. And he was like you can be my personal chef, and that is how I got my job (at the club).

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