Tender Imeexpire! Men on why they deny their bae’s child support when they remarry

The Morning Conversation on Classic 105 was today based on why men refuse to give their women child support once they get married to someone else.

“I have a friend whose baby mama keeps calling me because his ex has refused to take care of his children. “

Mike Mondo argued that as long as the child is your then you should support him/herInaitwa kuhandover.

According to Mwalimu King’ang’i, child support ends once a relationship ends.

“Inaitwa kuhandover. If your ex remarries your responsibilities end. Achukue aende amalizie safari. “

*Baba Mila says

“A tender has an expiry period. These ladies think they can move around with all men and benefit financially.
If she wants to go she can go and leave the child. If she leaves I will find another lady and get married to her.”

Baba Brenda says he would not refuse to support his daughter just because his bae has moved on

“If Mama Brenda gets remarried. I think I will continue supporting my daughter.
Naturally she is my child and she has no other father. Men should stop being selfish.”

Salome Salome argued
“What about you stubborn baby mamas that are trying to keep up with the Jones instead of making and building your own homes… Saintan!”

Denlison Kitonga says women asking for child support once they have moved on is a daylight robbery.

I agree with you mwalimu it’s handover ….when we meet a single mother always ask if we will love his/her kid like her own father ….soo we take the full responsibility of the father….soo baby mama wa style up hio Yao ni ukora.”

Elias Ngoi added
As a man you’ve failed if you allow your woman to ask for money from her baby daddy…..
Anyway as for me I pay, proudly. And I love the fact that her man can’t stand up to the occasion.”

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King’ang’i reacts to 13-year-old teen being accepted to medical school

Mwalimu King’ang’i has reacted to news of a 13-year-old girl being accepted into the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Alena Analeigh Wicker took to social media to share her joy after her acceptance letter.

“I graduated High school LAST YEAR at 12 years old and here I am one year later I’ve been accepted into Med School at 13. I’m a junior in college,” she wrote. “Statistics would have said I never would have made it. A little black girl adopted from Fontana California.”

“I’ve worked so hard to reach my goals and live my dreams.”

Alena also credited her mother for the success;

“Mama I made it. I couldn’t have done it without you. You gave me every opportunity possible to be successful.”

“You are the best mother a kid could ever ask for. You always believed in me. You allowed me space to grow and become, make mistakes without making me feel bad. You allowed me the opportunity to experience the world.”

King’ang’i said at 13, he was being taught things that eventually never helped him in life.

“There is a girl who is 13-years old. She has been accepted to the University of Alabama, medical school after graduating at 12 years. She’s the youngest black student ever accepted at medical school. She is currently finishing up two degrees in biological sciences at two other universities. At 13 years, I was wondering why trees are running fast when I’m in a car. This is what we need to encourage, not being taught the parts of a grasshopper.”

Mike Mondo added “That’s such an achievement, congratulations to her. At 13 I was still being taught how to do certain things, geometry was hard.”

Last year, Alena also made history for becoming the youngest intern ever at NASA.

She also enjoys watching movies, baking, and spending time with her friends just like any other teenager.

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28% of women of childbearing age are binge drinkers in Kenya

Today’s morning conversation hosted by Mike Mondo was an interesting listen with the topic being the claim that many Kenyan women are binge drinkers.

“Apparently 28% women of childbearing age are binge drinkers in Kenya with the top counties being Nairobi, Nakuru and Kiambu and the least is Samburu according to one of our local dailies,” Monko posited.

Mwalimu King’ang’i also highlighted the fact that the women were actually buying the alcohol for themselves! Mike then asked the ladies why they were drinking so much?

The answers were illuminating with some ladies blaming men for why they were drinking so much while others said that people should be allowed to do with their money as they wish.

One caller said, “Ni stress ya wanaume inafanya tukunywe, they leave you to take care of the house and the kids alone.”

Another said that they had to drink so they could deal with their sponsor. “I’m not drinking today but I did over the weekend. Nimekunywa whisky, gin! Kwanza if you are dating amubaba you can’t kiss them when you are sober.”

Check out some of the other comments below;

Jennifer Kanyiri Haiya ladies have joined the drinking club, anyway let everyone deal with her life the way she wants.

BonnesBonnie Kuna uyu mtu alisema “what a man can do a woman can do better” alitukosea sana.

Jack Ngure Maina ni ukweli most of our ladies are drunkards

PATRICK CHESA MATINI Peer! Waache kucompete na wanaume! It’s nature for men to drinking, but kwao ni revenge which they end up behaving like a bird 🦅 beaten by heavy rains when drunk! They can’t contain the effects of alcohol! Ladies hubebwa then asubuhi uskie oooh my God, pants ikiwa kwa floor!😂😂😂

[email protected] KIMZ That’s not the fact there’s nothing like so called “stress”

Eric Maina (Maich) Siyo stress ya wanaume. It is the other way round. Hao ndiyo wamekuwa the ordinary drunken masters. In fact. Wachezee hi music ya reggae artist, Lord Laro- women

Sharon Jeptoo Now why do ladies drink 8litres by week it’s simple pesa ni yetu we need to fill high and have fun

Peter Kimatia marina do an opinion polls and you will find that, 80% of women drinking are.. single women by choice and women in situationship ( not properly married..kukalishana in urban towns).

Jennifer Kanyiri If you are using your own money it’s not a big deal as you have worked hard for it,,so rudishia mwili shukran.

John Musanga Unarudishia mwili pole kwa kukunywa, ngai.

[email protected] KIMZ Ask them behind that money where it comes from maybe from a dead husband or a dying husband somewhere in Kenyatta international hospital damn.

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There’s no me without you-Maina Kageni’s special message on his 48th birthday

Classic 105 radio King Maina Kageni is today turning 48. The man loved by many for his infectious laughter took to his socials to celebrate himself.

He also thanked his fans for being by his side for all these years.

“Grateful for another trip around the sun. Thank you for your warm and wonderful show of love and support.

There’s no me without you…

“and if the only prayer you ever say in all the days of your life is THANK YOU, it shall be enough”

His co-host Mwalimu King’ang’i also celebrated him for being helpless and very generous.

It’s Maina Kageni Birthday Today Today!! Teo him something beautiful.Yangu ni machache.Thank you for being that special brother who chooses to celebrate others. I celebrate you, bro. Like you’ve always said. If you don’t appreciate, you depreciate. Here’s to many more Legend!!!🤜

Maina is away on leave as he enjoys his birthday. But that did not deter his fans from celebrating him on his big day.

Below are some of the birthday messages from the fans
Sheen Shiru Shie: Eeeiyaaa. Happy birthday, darling…This birthday message isn’t enough to express the amount of genuine and unconditional love I have for you dear. We love you saaaana. Once again happy birthday.

Liz Lena: Happy birthday to you and many more beautiful years to come filled with happiness and success.

Irene Shikoh Kagochi: Happiest birthday darling… Enjoy the sunshine….. Enjoy His creation on a new day, do what you love doing best to relax… Stay blessed Irris your day!!!

Mercy Thiong’o: June babies are beautiful. Happy birthday maina wa wangui. Amazing dude right here.
Njari Wa Ndonga: Happy Birthday and Many More Happy Returns King of Radio. Baraka tele.

guardianangelglobal: You changed my life. Birthday blessings big brother @mainawakageni.

esther.musila: Let me tell you Maina. You are sooooooo many things to me, I can’t describe you and finish!. You are such a beautiful soul @mainawakageni my friend, my sweetheart, my person.

You introduced me to the man I now call my husband, and although this wasn’t our plan when we had that lunch on 13.03.2020, I believe God had his own plans, and you are part of our beautiful love story and I will always be indebted to you.

You taught me how to enjoy life unapologetically and I believe I am a good student of yours. May God continue to guide and protect you all the days of your life. Your friendship means alot to me and us the Omwaka’s and I Loooooove you biiiig time.❤❤

Enjoy your day and week.!! Cheers and happy happy happy birthday. 🥂🥂

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‘I will be in the delivery room during the birth of my child,’ – Maina Kageni

Radio King Maina Kageni has revealed he would love to be present in the delivery room when his kid is being born.

According to Maina watching a woman bring life into this world is something worth witnessing.

I would be in the delivery room. You are watching the creation of life and that is an amazing thing.

It’s a special moment how can you not want to be there?”

Mwalimu King’ang’i was however not impressed, he insisted the men should stay away from delivery rooms.

“Maybe I am the one who is afraid. There is something about me and hospitals. I do not even love how hospitals smell.”

In an interview with Mpasho, Classic 105 radio host Mike Mondo who is a certified nurse warned men against being in the delivery room.

According to him, the trauma some men go through is not worth it.

Men should stay outside the door and let their sister, your mum, your mum-in-law be there,” he said.

Mike said men are no use to their wives while in the delivery room.

“In most cases, they will end up being stressed out after the experience,” he said.

Some male callers shared their experience in the delivery room

*Mike says he was present during the birth of all his kids

That moment of me being there for the birth of my kids was beautiful.

I even lifted my kids and gave them my blessings.”

Some women were not pleased about their men being present during the delivery.

Liz Wanja shared,  “Sasa on today’s topic, My husband wanted to be in the delivery room when I was giving birth to our first born ati moral support kosokoso.ile mbio nilimtoa nayo kwa delivery room anaikumbuka hadi leo.

But he loved chewing it when I was pregos. ilukuwa moto fire.”

*Nelly says a man being in the delivery room doesn;t make the experience less painful.

“Men should not be in the delivery room. Childbirth is traumatizing! Hapo inakuwanga wewe, Mungu na muscles zako.” 

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Maina Kageni shocked after man brings a side chick to his pregnant wife’s house

They say ukisataajabu ya Musa utayaona ya firauni and that was exactly what Maina Kageni experienced during Classic 105 Morning Conversation.

This was after a *Nduta confessed to having sired a child with her husband’s cousin.

At the time, the husband in question neglected his wife during pregnancy

“When I was pregnant my husband completely neglected me. He would never be bothered to get me medication whenever I was feeling sick. Luckily for me, his cousin used to live nearby so I used to send him.”

Nduta says she decided to get back at her husband by getting intimate with the cousin.

“You know what? my second child belongs to my husband’s cousin. He supports both my kids, we are still dating but we do not live together.”

*Carol says for her getting pregnant for the second time is something she cannot fathom.

This was because of the ill-treatment her husband gave her during her first pregnancy.

“My daughter is turning 9 this month. I cannot imagine getting pregnant again. I went through a lot, When I was pregnant he brought another woman to our house I was forced to sleep on the couch.”

Carol says at some point the side chick also got pregnant, something that prompted her husband to bring woman no 3 into the equation.

By the time I was 7 months pregnant the side chick was 4 months pregnant.
When she got pregnant our man brought another side chick.”

Are they still together?

I am still with him, Where do you want me to go? Life is expensive. It will reach a point where I will bring another man into the house. When it’s time for a woman to revenge even the devil sits down to take notes.”

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I had to wear my wife’s shorts to satisfy her pregnancy cravings-Man tells Maina

Ever heard of a woman fascinated by her husband’s sweaty shirts? That is what pregnancy cravings can do to a woman.

Pregnancy cravings can be very weird and in some instances, one might feel like the expectant mother is exaggerating.

Speaking during the Morning Conversation on Classic, Mwalimu King’angi says some women use the chance to get back at their husbands or boyfriends.

“They use the phrase’ the baby wants or the baby needs. They know someone cannot do anything much about it as you don’t whether the cravings are legit or not. The most amazing thing is how easily they forget the pressure they give you once the baby is born.”


“There is a man who was told to go and bring the smell from Sanford chips. How are you supposed to carry the smell? Mpaka saa hii the man is still looking for a paper bag. Another told her man that she wanted the baton carried by police inspectors under their armpits.”

According to her, she wanted to feel she was under authority.

Do you know you can only get that baton from the Police Inspector ama through Matiangi?”

Kenyans shared some of their cravings and the answers are nothing short of hilarious. Ken shared how he was woken up at odd hours over a flimsy reason

“I was woken up at 3:am saying she wanted to wash the bed sheets because she wanted the smell of a certain washing powder.”

*Njeri says her unborn baby craved the smell of Guinness

I had never taken Guinness but the smell of it excited me. I took it during my pregnancy but after that, I have never taken it.”

*Ole Lenku says his wife wanted liver from a goat.

I come from Samburu and we have goats. When my wife was pregnant she wanted liver from our goats, she never wanted liver from a butchery.”

He added,

“By the time she delivered, I had slaughtered 11 goats just to please her cravings. One day I was driving and she saw a goat and it was someone else’s goat. I had to buy it and slaughter it on the spot.”

*Tony says his wife forced her to go and bring her twin sister as it’s what the baby wanted

“My wife has a twin sister, so when she got pregnant during my leave she was to deliver in three months.
Around 2:00 am, she told me to get her twin sister as the baby wanted to smell her aunt
. We lived in Embakasi and the sister in Pipeline. And that was during the curfew times. I took a taxi and went to her twin sister’s place.
When she came my wife was very happy, they hugged and spent the entire night catching up. The cravings might be crazy but I love her.”

*Chris was forced to wear his wife’s shorts,

“When we were dating there is a booty short my wife used to wear and is used to entice me so much. During her second pregnancy, I was coming from the bathroom when she asked me to wear the shorts.”

As the man, he is Mike couldn’t imagine wearing the shorts.

The look on his wife’s face was however not very appealing,

“With my base and my beard, I had to wear the shorts. I even wore her bra, as she just wanted to laugh and be happy. When I wore them she laughed till she almost peed on herself.”

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Reacting to the admissions Maina Kageni said

Hee I did not know this is what you guys go through? What happens if you do not fulfill these cravings?” he posed.

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‘Never leave a man for cheating,’ Mwalimu King’angi advises

Kenyan men have blamed their wives and girlfriends for making them cheat.

According to a majority of men calling in Maina Kageni, they would not cheat if their wives were submissive and give them their conjugal rights.

The men justified themselves by saying they stray searching for the ‘love’ they are missing at home.

*Mike shared
“On behalf of Kenyan men, we do not cheat.
When we cheat we do so because of women, when you stop giving me what you used to give me while we were dating I will go look for it elsewhere.”

*Njoro says
“We do not cheat we go where we are welcomed more and accepted.
Mwalimu King’ang’i says women should be lenient with men who stray
‘Never leave a man because of cheating, it rains everywhere. Sometimes we get trapped.”

*Rose called in very furious.

” How can a man say they cheat because of women?
If the same energy you are using out there is the same energy you used in the house we would treat you right.
Men should evaluate themselves.
You cannot treat your side chicks well and then come expecting to be treated like a king.”

*Stella told men to stop bragging because women also cheat.
“Men should stop feeling like winners because we are also can cheat.
If you stop giving me when we were dating, I will go get it from elsewhere.”

There are different reasons why people cheat and these include;

  1. Adventure

Some women cheat just for adventure, they want to feel if the other man will satisfy their sexual fantasies.

2. Lust

Believe you me, even women are lustful and it’s not something to be proud about.
Women sometimes cheat because they want to experience the thrill, like men they also want to hit and run.

3. You definitely like different qualities in both of them

The two of them are so different, but both have qualities that spark your interest.

One of them may have the best sense of humour; the other may be incredibly witty and smart.
One may have the best butt; the other may have an impressive beard. (Hey, aesthetics matter to girls, too).

When you’re seeing two guys at the same time, they’re rarely similar. That’s what makes the situation attractive: They’re great in opposite ways.

4. You like both men so much, but you can’t bring yourself to pick just one.

This makes you want to cry.

At the same time, you’re so incredibly happy to have two people who make you feel so good. Your shame is palpable, but your indecision will always outweigh any guilt.

5. The fear of missing out (FOMO)

That ever-dreaded plague, the thing that keeps you wrapped up in both relationships: FOMO.

You keep up the charade as long as you possibly can, hoping that the world will decide for you. You’re terrified of missing out.
You don’t want to choose wrong and end up with nothing.

You don’t want to look back on this time in your life and think, “Wow, I really messed up when I was so close to finding love.”

6. Boredom

The saying ‘An idle mind is the devil’s workshop’ applies in this case, when a woman is bored she might be tempted to stray and sample that guy who has been hitting on her since college.

7. Loneliness

We all know that most women crave love and attention, let no one lie they don’t so when as a man you ignore your responsibilities your woman may be tempted to stray.

8. Revenge

It’s said that what a man can do a woman can do better and some women have taken the statement literally.

Some women opt to cheat as a way of revenge if they catch their men cheating.

9. Shetani (It’s the devil)

We always blame the devil so why not blame him when we cheat?

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I got a child with my side-guy despite being married for 12 years-Maina told

The topic of today’s morning conversation was prompted by a conversation that Maina Kageni had with a lady who said that every woman has got another man apart from her husband.

That assertion bothered Mwalimu who complained that Maina had now spoilt his day, “Maina I was in a good mood now you’ve ruined it. Who is that man surely?”

King’ang’i wasn’t the only man who got troubled by the subject as other women would soon chime in with their own stories.

One female caller even told Maina that although she had been married for 12 years, she had another guy after she got married. She added that she had a child with the man but she could never leave her husband because she loved him very much.

Another caller agreed, saying, “Whatever people are saying is 100 percent true. When you see a woman smiling in the house just know kuna mtu anamufurahisha na si bwana yake.”

Another female caller said she had another man as her hubby was very busy for her. “My husband is always busy but this other guy cares for me kabisa and I can’t explain it. I love him but I can’t leave my husband. Maina I am crazy about this other guy.”

Classic105 listeners also opined about this most-disturbing topic. Read some of the comments below

Gathanju John Njoroge Dear single men’s let’s us keep been single. In the mean time wanjacoya for president ✍️

Djoro Saint Weeee maina charger ndio sisi upeana sio socket sawa

Samtech 🚥☠️💉 Pia sisi wanaume itabidi tutafute mwigine wa kutupea comfort.

ItsJohari🇰🇪 What am hearing, me I give up on marriage. Wacha ikae.

Maryann Ythera (Gatundu’s finest) Maina Not all ladies kama mi siezi

𝑫𝒐𝒖𝒈 𝑶𝒏𝒂𝒍𝒊 𝑪𝒉𝒂𝒏𝒄𝒉𝒊𝒎𝒂 Tunatumiana #MainaAndKingangi hii 2022

Bonnie Mejja🇰🇪 Tunaogopa sana usherati😎

M.U.N.G.A.I If she has a man outside that marriage.,. Ata biblia humuita A pro.

Joe Njihia Maina these creatures really know how to keep secrets. I can’t say it’s not true they can do anything behind your back and come seducing your mind off

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‘Maina, unalipwa pesa mingi sana!’ King’ang’i

Kashehe today was quite hilarious as Mwalimu King’ang’i complained about the amount of disposable income Maina Kageni has considering his great job and ‘lack of responsibilities’.

King’ang’i said that Maina was being paid so much yet he didn’t have to pay school fees or even take care of his own mom.

“Wewe unafaa kufanya kazi Saturday na Sunday na upatiwe show ingine ya usiku! Hiyo pesa unalipwa ni mingi sana! Na hata haulipi school fees! Hufanyi nini, mama yako hakuitishi pesa!”

King’ang’i even told Maina that he had sometimes pondered whether he should give him his debts so he could pay them for him.

“Hata saa zingine nakuangalianga nasema labda nichukue madeni zangu nikupe usonge nazo mbele.”

Mwalimu went on to bemoan the fact that Maina doesn’t have the responsibility of taking care of his kin back home the way King’ang’i does.

“How does that make you feel? That your mom has more money than you? Wewe unajua zetu zinaishia ushago kabla tuanze kuzitumia huku Nairobi?”

Check out some comments below;

Esther Muriuki 🇰🇪 Ama atuadopt

OtienoFelixOtienoz🇰🇪 🤣🤣🤣Aki Maina yuko sawa kabisa. Heri yeye…

Regina Thiongo Really 😅

Many Kenyans have already heard that Maina is very well-paid with different guesstimates being postulated. One thing we do know for sure is that he deserves every single cent he gets.

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Morning Convo-Kenyans debate Mishi Dorah failing to pay 150k bar bill

In today’s morning conversation, Maina spoke about the arrest of former Nairobi Dairies actress, Mishi Dorah. The socialite was accused of ordering expensive liquor at Golden Ice Bistro and then failing to pay.

Her bill at the time was nearly Sh 150k. Maina asked Kenyans what they thought about the incident?

Mwalimu himself wasn’t playing around saying, “By the time unaitisha hizi vitu zote ukona pesa ngapi wewe?”

Many Kenyans shared his sentiment and said that Mishi should lay in the ditch that she had dug herself. Others wondered out loud why people try to impress others?

Read some of those comments below;

Rozzie Maina unachoma atii unawave gari nani ya car hire 🤣🤣🤣wachana na sisi tuendelee kufake life😅😅

Loise Njoki Huyu alidhani thigh-ology zitalipa bill 😂

major rafael 🇰🇪 How do you get over the moon na huna kakitu kwa mfuko…..women must learn to consult first!
EXCELSIOR. Lazima kuna mtu alikua on a revenge mission 🤣🤣🤣🤣 character development pro max.

may_may Watu wapige sherehe kama huna pesa kaa na mama yako

Wilken We only live once huyu ako tu sawa😂akikufa watakula more than that kwa burial yake

Soymo People full of fake life. Kila mtu amaintain lane yake.

Moses young She should carry her own cross no one forced her to go at golden ice bistro msee uende kwenye anafika bei iyo ingine ni ujinga wake

Chepkisa K Na kumbe make up ni mambo yote😂😂😂😂the one in court is not the one in this picture
Anyway issa Monday

Tonnieh juniors No man should be watching his girlfriend pay for anything. That’s why I stand outside

pol ngugi Even on a free table order what you can afford

Bonnie Mejja🇰🇪 Kung’ang’ana ku impress marafiki na ku post kwa IG kubamba watu😎 akule kiburi…

dominic Mrs “If you are broke, don’t talk to me”

Maina then went on to task men asking them, “Fellas, when you are taking a lady out kama hauna pesa do you expect her to pay the bill? Why are Kenyan men cheapskates?”

Kenyan ladies overwhelmingly answered the question with many of them insisting that they carry money just in case things go arie. Others mentioned that Kenyan men are misers.

Check out those comments below;

Regina Thiongo Mkono gum… #MainaAndKingangi

Virginia Kang’ong’a Maina Wacha nikwambie Mimi ukinipeleka out naenda na pesa yangu Incase uniruke nalipa Bill yangu nakuachanisha alaar 🤣

Wangechi Wa mwathi Life is not easy out here, she is insisting on going out so accompany her you might even meet her mbabaz out there na ukule soft. Speaking for young generation men💯

Macharia Hassan How now you are taking a chick for a date and then she settles your bills. Now who was taking who for a date

Soymo Wao pia watembee na pesa. We no longer need parasites. Kila mmoja atembee na pesa zake kikiumana alipe.

MARTIN MUCHAI When you ask her out, you pay the bill. Please note take her to places you can afford.

Prince Hiram Everyone for himself/herself and God for us all

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Kenyans narrate how house helps character developed them

On Maina and King’ang’i in the morning, Kenyans shared their experiences with their house helps. This comes after Shelmith Kiprono a househelp accused of stealing Sh104 million from her employer’s house in Lang’ata, was on Monday arraigned in a Kibera Court.

According to police records, only Sh2.5 million was recovered out of the Sh104 million she allegedly stole.

Maina asked;

How much do you trust your house manager?”

Mwalimu King’ang’i added: “We leave these people to take care of our children, mama wakufua unamuachia funguo chini ya door mat. Have you ever been given character development by your house help?”

A listerner called and said “I don’t really blame that woman because we really treat our house help badly.”

Check out fans’ reaction;

Rose Wangui: Just treat your house manager well mpende like one of your families and I promise you mtakaa Kwa hio nyumba mpaka uboeke Thise is for wamama…..wacheni kutreat watoto wa wenyewe Kama hawafai

Nickson Sirma: Morning maina and king’angi nowadays we only pray God to quide us,househelp akiamua utashangaa, hio nyumba itaandikwa vacant huwezi pata kitu kwa nyumba

Nancy Lagat: Mimi wangu alipewa nickname ya konjestina.she used to beat people hadi mwalimu wa Sunday school .one day she lifted up an old lady just because she saw her daughter(of the old lady) being given a lift by my hubby akamwambia huyo mtoto wako anataka kuharibu ndoa za watu.wah when I fired her the whole mtaa was sherehe she had terrorised them without my knowledge.

Kenyans tell Maina about their terrible mchele experiences

This morning, Maina and King’ang’i’s conversation was about how people get drugged on the streets of Nairobi and end up being robbed.

Maina asked;

“Have you heard of people being drugged in town just by someone saying hello, blowing air into your face or bumping shoulders with you? To an extent of giving them your pin numbers, cash, taking them to your ATM… How do you explain this?”

A caller described how he got robbed of Ksh 10k;

I was buying a trouser from Khoja roundabout. I found myself in OTC selling it to get fare to get home. I don’t remember anything that happened.”

Another caller advised people not to pick things like bottle tops on the ground “I once did that thinking someone dropped it, wueh, I lost my money, my phone, everything.”

The hashtag Maina and King’ang’i was also trending with fans giving their experiences. Check them out below:

IamChesitajones: Kuna Hawa wakuombea watu, I swear wanakuambiaga mashida zote ziko kwenu accurately. . Alafu anakupea bag umshikie akiomba akirudi anakuambia ufanye the same ukimaliza maombi bag imeenda

Moses young: Waaaah kwanza iyo tabia uwa area ya githurai uko uki enda Kaa rada don’t joke with that area hadi kwa mathree za iyo area never answer any stranger while in town or else utakuwa mgeni wao hadi uone wewe ni ngombe kweli #MainaAndKingangi

Queen Bee carol: Replying to @[email protected] 46 othersNo,it almost happened to me, luckily was in a platform where people shared their experience,was coming side za city hall nikapitia Hiyo area,nikaskia “Beautiful madam,hello” nilienda mbio aje. Wanted to insult him nikasema Mungu nitunze kunyamaza #MainaAndKingangi

Fats and curious: Niliambiwa niende hapo I&M kwa bakery nikaseme Amen Mara kumi shida zangu zote zitakua zimeisha sikumaliza hata Amen ya pili senses zangu zikarudi

Judykimazni: It happened to me kitambo when I was in college after nimenunua simu ya touch venye nilijipata mlolongo from tao na simu imeenda sijawai jua hadi wa leo

Chelsejones: Juzi I was walking alafu this guy started asking if I had dropped a green carrier bag. He made sure to open it akiwa karibu na Mimi ndio nione it had cash, he then suggested we gawana coz it was 50k, he was insisting we go to this shaddy short cuts.

Moses: Kwa mathree msee ata kuja sit next to you and say hi and you answer from there aky wewe uta jua vile unatoa wallet na simu uki mpa mtu uwa anarudi normal after uyo msee asha disappeared iyo drugs ziko maina hii kanairo ina wenyeuwe #MainaAndKingangi

Soymo: Hii tabia iko pale Khoja. You find some nyanyez anakuomba 20bob , ukisimama that’s where the problem begins. They have some drugs that when inhaled utajipata Isinya bila viatu. Happened to my close friend early this year. Operation ondoa nyanyez wa pale Khoja.

Oma Rae: Let me tell you maina, some group around Cabanas, walikuwa kagroup ka watu 5 ivi wanajifanya wanajifanya wanacheza game ya pata potea then ushinde some cash, wakikuona wanaangusha ka card chini intentionally, wanakuambia uwaokotee…ukishaokota ni ivo utarudi with no shilling

Erick Derick: Drugging in matatu is most rampant one! You seated next to the window and someone sits next to you and they pass their hand close to your face with intention of opening the window and thats how you loose consiousness!! @Classic105Kenya

David Karuga: Its very true & especially when you have a lot of cash with you I don’t know how they know,when you don’t you walk like a free spirit in Nairobi hta watu wa “boss Mombasa, Kisumu” hawaezi kusumbua. Don’t and I repeat don’t! entertain any talks or touching by strangers in Kanairo

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King’ang’i almost leaves studio after a disagreement with Maina

There was trouble at Classic 105 offices after Mwalimu Kin’gang’i threatened to walk out on his co-host Maina Kageni during the morning conversation.

The disagreement was brought about by Maina Kageni not ‘choosing’ Mwalimu to be his running mate.
“Who is your running mate?” Mwalimu had hypothetically posed.

An innocent Maina responded that he has never thought about it.

The answer seemed to have infuriated Mwalimu.

He could not understand why Maina wouldn’t choose him yet they have been co-hosts for more than a decade
“How can you do this to me? I spend most days with you and you can’t even choose me to be your running mate?
Kwani kazi yangu ni gani?
Posed Mwalimu.

Wanting to maintain peace, Maina finally agreed to appoint Mwalimu as his running mate. Kenyans were also given a chance to reveal who they would choose as their running mates.

Most men chose their kids over their wives. They believed that once given the power the women will want to control them.
“Yesterday my girlfriend told me to post her on social media if I love her, I told her that would only happen once we are over the vetting period.”
*Njoro shared
“Choosing a running mate is not an easy thing. In life, you need someone wiser.
You might make a wrong move and end up getting a direct ticket to heaven.”

Below are some more reactions

@hasnuu6: Maina my running mate is my mum hawa wababa wachana na wao kabisa unamuweka running mate munajikuta running mate muko 10.

*Mike narrated

“Mimi karibu mwengine akuwe running mate nikaona anataka kunikalia.”

@samlavke: Most of our women fit in the opposition coz kazi yao ni kupinga serikali tu.

Who would you choose as a running mate?

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King’ang’i-Your boss will never pay you enough to be his neighbour

Is it true that your boss will never pay you enough? Maina and King’ang’i spoke about this during The Morning Conversation on Classic 105.

“They say your boss will never pay you enough to be his neighbor,” said King’ang’i.

He went on to insist that you need to get more ideas to get wealthy ‘Ask God to give you ideas.”

Most listeners agreed with King’angi. Check out some responses from the listeners.

Gregory: Yeah you must work smart to your own boss

Nuubedsitter: Wah ni ukweli kabisa no wonder tunafinyiliwa tusiinuke

Mosesyoung: That’s really true there is no way your boss can pay enough you to be his neighbor just look for idea to start up your business for you to make it like the boss plus someone should have positive minds always

Joe Reithi: I couldn’t agree more, Kingangi thanks for sharing the wisdom

Thady Mayieka: @ItsMainaKageni i second @MwalimChurchill’s sentiments..people have the audacity to wake up daily to work for someone for over 40years but they can’t struggle for 3yrs to build their own business empire. A salary is always an amount to sustain you for u to come to work again

Vincentchate: Tunaishi kwa neema ndungu yangu But hio nayo ni ukweli Lazma unyanyaswe

Caleb Chauro: Only your brain matters. Even if you’re paid more than your boss, and you lack wisdom, you’ll remain lamenting

CheiChege4real: Yes very true @ItsMainaKageni he need me to keep working for him forever @Classic105Kenya#MainaAndKingangi

Jacob Kioko: Your boss is not your friend…

Sir Albert: Never infact the boss will ensure you’re poor @[email protected] good morning

Samfields: That’s an absolute fact, the salary he pays you is for sustenance only. If you want to join the top league you gotta think outside the box.

Method man: I do agree, your boss can’t drive a car your driving heri ubebe key but usiende na gari kwa office compound.

Your 2022: This is all true…. And when you work hard enough to be, your boss will accuse you of theft.

Pingache Moses: Of course. And if your side hustles allow you to be his neighbour he will start being hostile for no good reason. BYOB!

Why do women stay in toxic marriages? Concerned Maina asks

Today morning, Classic 105 presenters Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i were discussing why people stay in toxic marriages.

Maina asked ladies why they would stay after regretting marrying the man they had married?

“You’ve realized you made a mistake, what is keeping you there?” he asked.

King’ang’i was quick to say that marriage is a contract;

“Have you ever heard about something called a contract. It’s for life that’s why you say for better for worse, why do you think its called pingu za maisha? You should’ve given your lawyers the document before you sign, you are legally bound, its a very powerful document.”

So, how do you fix it?” Asked Maina saying that he has never understood why people stay for kids in the name of raising them in a complete family.

King’ang’i added that it is not easy to leave as there are so many people and factors involved.

One listener said marriage is not a bed of roses while another one tweeted ‘As long as I am not being beaten, I will stay and find my own happiness.”

Another listener said, “Choices have consequences.”

King’ang’i asked Maina why he keeps telling ladies to leave “And go where? Is there a place you have created for them?”

Another listerner narrated how she had been in a toxic marriage for ten years, ‘I was married for ten years. I enjoyed the married for only six years, the other four he would beat me and chase me away at night. My sister’s heart enlarged and she died because of love stress, I said I will not die. He remarried and after two years he started looking for me. It has been ten years and I am happy.”

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Kimbia! King’ang’i urges women who notice red flags in a relationship

Mwalimu King’ang’i has advised women to always run when they see red flags even if it’s at the last minute.

He was reacting to a video doing rounds on social media of a bride running away from her wedding in Kitui.

Speaking during the Morning show on Classic 105, Mwalimu advised,

“Ladies I always tell you to run when you see a red flag even if it is at the last minute. She must have seen something.

Marriage is forever, In Kamba land, a wedding is something serious unlike here in Kanairo. She is not the first one to run away some never show up. Others refuse to leave the house. The tents have been put up.

The DJ is on the scene but they refuse to show up. Most women who do such are usually very sober when making such decisions. When the men are busy drinking themselves silly in a club.”

Gospel artiste Grace Mwai had in an interview in the past revealed that she left her fiance’ weeks before their wedding after God said no.

This was despite the couple being madly in love with each other.

“I met someone who had been a friend and he asked me to be his girlfriend and I agreed. We planned on getting married but something happened and I took a different route, it wasn’t easy for me. The heavens spoke and it did not approve of the relationship.”


“That was the hardest thing in my life when the heavens spoke something I did not expect. I felt the heavens had spoken too late. I felt wounded and felt like I did not deserve it. It broke my heart big time because it was something beyond my control. It was a great test for me.”

Eunice Njeri also deserted her wedding

She took to her social media to announce the news

“On the 27th Nov 2016, Isaac and I did go to the altar to get married, but at the end of that day, I realized one thing that I couldn’t do because my heart was somewhere else – probably in Africa doing what I do best, I am still trying to figure that out.

I immediately left for Kenya and have been serving God the best way I know how. To all who supported Isaac and me, I am grateful, and may God bless you immensely. To all who were hurt in the process, I apologize.

The marriage was annulled (like it never happened). No papers were signed. Afterward, we both decided to go our separate ways. I hope for your support and help as we move on.

Like every other relationship, we hit a rock, maybe a little too early, but have since overcome. Consequently, we have decided to go our separate ways and hope for the very best. God bless you,” wrote Njeri.

Would you dessert your wedding at the last minute? Why?

King’angi warns Omanyala about changing his citizenship

Mwalimu King’ang’i has advised Ferdinand Omanyala against changing his Citizenship.

This was after the celebrated the 100 record holder set a world lead of 9.85 to win the men’s 100m during the Kip Keino Classic at Moi Stadium, Kasarani on Saturday evening. 

“Asifikirie kuhama Kenya, let hims stay here so that he can train in Karura and other places. Akienda huko he will be fed with horse food which is not good he might end up being accused of doping.

He should also not be in a rush to get married,” advised Mwalimu.

Speaking about his win during the Kip Keino Classic, Omanyala says he delivered a good show as he had promised his fans

It feels nice…I promised a show and I delivered. We are just beginning the season and we have around three months before the World Championships. This was part of the preparations. All these other guys (sprints giants) are just like us Kenyans…we only just need to tap the talent,” Omanyala said. 

Before a capacity crowd, which included President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, the Kitale-born started slowly off the blocks before pulling away from Kerley to surge home in first place. 

In February 2022 Omanayala who is considered Africa’s fastest man broke the national record in 60 metres indoor again.

The Kenya Sportsman of the Year award winner clocked 6.60 seconds to win the men’s 60m dash at Meeting Metz Monselle Athlelor in Metz, France.

In the process, Omanyala broke the national record he had set eight days ago at World Indoor Tour’s Miramas Meeting where he set a time of 6.63 seconds on his debut in the 60 metres.

It is also at Miramas Indoor Meeting that he not only broke the national record once but twice. He broke the 17-year-old national record in the heats where he clocked 6.65 before dipping it further to 6.63 in the final as he finished first.

Omanyala’s time is also the fastest time run at the Miramas Stadium having eclipsed the previous record of 6.68 set by Iranian Hassan Taftian in January last year.

Currently, the African record is held by Ghanaian Leonard Myles-Mills at 6.45 seconds while American Christian Cole holds the world record of 6.34 seconds.