Even if I don’t go home for a week, she shouldn’t call and ask where I am! Captain Kale

Maina Kageni brought up an interesting topic today. The enigmatic host was at a loss for words as to how men respond to their wives when they are asked uncomfortable questions.

The host said, “I learnt a lot yesterday. When a woman asks for something and you say no or nothing in response, why do you get upset when she asks for an explanation? She’s just asking a question. Doesn’t she deserve an explanation? Kwani she’s a baby?”

King’ang’i was of the school of thought that when men says no it should be enough. “When a man says no, its enough.”

Adding, “That is an investigation. DPP imeingia hao. Huyo ni Kinoti. It will end in premium tears. Wewe si mtoto. They are bullies. By the time she asks you a question, she has already done an investigation.

Listeners promptly chimed in with varying responses to the debate with most of the answers split along gender lines-The men insisting siding with King’ang’i’s thinking while the women sided with Maina’s thinking.

Those responses are below:

Whether its wrong or right, a polite response will not cost anyone anything-A lady said.

Whenever she asks you for anything, she knows she is on the wrong-A man said.

If you come to my house, you are under my care. I am not answerable to you. By saying no, I am trying to take care of her-A man said.

We know what’s good and bad for our women. Their fathers handed them over to us. We know what is good for them-Captain Kale said.

In my home I am senior Moi and Senior Kenyatta. My word is law-Wakanai said.

Once you give your wife freedom she will act well. Kwani ni mtoto? A man asked.

An explanation makes a difference-A lady said.

Women ask the question so they can start drama. The more you explain the more drama you will get-A man said.

You cannot argue with your wife and win. Even if you’re an advocate, you will lose-A man said.

What men don’t understand, is that when we ask them something we want the full explanation-A woman said.

The issue at hand has no compromise. A 2-year-old kid deserves an explanation over a man’s wife. The kid hasn’t experienced much so can be taught but a woman has more experience and a such shouldn’t deserve an explanation. A no should be enough-A man said.

I can never use the word sorry with my wife. When I tell her no, its enough and she should know why-A man said.

I am avoiding a lot of questions when I say no. You don’t need to question a man on a lot of things. When she asks a lot of questions she is trying to pima you-A man said.

A question from her will lead to another one and you will end up being rude-A man said.

Do we look like we are your fathers? Even if I don’t come home for a week, don’t call and ask where I am!-Captain Kale.

It hurts when men think that we need them more than they need us. It hurts. They should style up and give explanations.

In Islam you can’t do anything without your husband. Ni haram-A lady said.

Tell them we need an explanation for what we do. I need an explanation cause I have a mind of my own-A woman said.

Saying sorry will not stop you from being a man. My grandfather used to say that you shouldn’t say sorry if you’re right. Women are also human beings. Explanations are needed-A man said.

Mimi siwezi ishi na dictator like his words are final!-A woman proclaimed.

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I will take my kid back to school if they allow him to wear slippers – Parent tells Maina

Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i had an interesting discussion today about a report that the government is mulling whether to open schools in October.

The rumours are that Education CS George Magoha is considering opening schools on October 3rd. The news has shocked many who were thinking about a prospective January opening.

Maina asked parents what they would do if Magoha indeed issued the order? “What if Magoha says that schools open on October 3rd. What will parents do?”

King’ang’i himself was aghast at the idea and said as much. “Do you know if they say that schools should be closed, there are some serious requirements needed for the kids. They come up with a list. You will see kids being asked to come with masks, sanitisers…Also means new uniforms.

No one has the school fees. Parents have no idea what to do. Taking a child to school is a lot of money. Those that will stay at home will be many. Have you ever prepared a child to go to school? It is tough financially, psychologically. It drains you. ”

All the parents who called in were unanimous in their agreements that the decision to call back students in October wasn’t wise. Many insisted that a January start was the smart move.

One parent in particular cracked up Maina telling him, “I am ready to take my kids to school provided they allow him to wear slippers, home clothes, give him food, pay his school fees and give him a sanitiser.”

Some of those comments are below;

Parents were told schools are re-opening in January. If the government can pay for all costs then parents can re-consider that option. But let them open the bars first so that we can discuss that option while having a beer.

Why schools first before everything else? Parents aren’t even prepared financially. Education isn’t going anywhere.

Most parents made plans for next year. Most kids will not make it for this October date.

Let the ministers start with their own kids to test this pandemic.

If some parents can’t afford a meal, where will they get money to pay for fees?

Surely they can’t wake up and decide to open schools. They are confusing us.

This message goes to all the politicians who have been mentioned eating public resources. Those people should take that money to the Ministry of Education and pay school fees for Kenyans-Wakanai.

I have a friend who has a group of school. That man is very stressed. My child asked me if we are going to school on October 3rd? I asked him “oolisikia wapi? Atarudi January.

They should first open the economy before they open schools.

For the first time in history, parents don’t want children to go to school.

I am a teacher. These people shouldn’t open anytime soon until January.

The government has gotten it’s priorities wrong. Are schools ready for re-opening?

What are they going to school to do? Will they do exams? Which part of the syllabus will they follow?

There is nothing the kids are going to school to do. They will be wasting time and school fees.

Does King’ang’i remember that some teachers are suffering? If parents can’t pay the fees, they should take them to day school and public schools.

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Woman gives Mike Mondo perfect solution to make men more romantic

Mike Mondo stood in for Maina Kageni on the morning show today morning. The charismatic Mike had an interesting topic to discuss this morning.

Mike brought up the topic of why men stop being romantic once they have gotten married/gotten into a long-term relationship.

“We (men) stop being romantic after we met or get married. There is a lack of consistency that happens. No more been taken to other places.

Mike even referred to a personal anecdote that he had heard himself, talking about a female friend who hadn’t received a birthday gift from her husband for more than 5 years.

“Where did the love go? No more flowers. She has been married for 10 years and hasn’t received a birthday gift the past 5 years.”

Ladies don’t want to get married, just want a sperm donor – Mike Mondo

He then asked men and women to chime in on the topic. The general consensus was again split into gender lines with the men insisting that they were being pragmatic while the women bemoaned that men would go slow on the romance after marriage.

One particular lady had a funny method of how she was able to get her man to spend his money on her, saying;

Things have really changed. Guys don’t like spending money. The first time he will take you to a fancy date. The next date is in his house. When you get married they don’t feel the need to keep on treating you. I am the one who takes him out now and that has made him feel ashamed. That has made him make plans and vacations now that I take him out.

Other comments from Kenyans are below;

Mambo ya date inasahauliwa after mumepata watoto-A man said.

There is no time for outings. Tulia kwa hao-A man said.

How you live in the house will depend on how you dated in the first place. That’s how it’s supposed to be-A man said.

Men are hunters. After you have caught the prey, do you still keep chasing? Once you have gotten her, there is a responsibility to make the house. You get new priorities-A man said.

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Should Kenyan women get alimony like Dr. Dre’s wife is asking for? Maina Kageni asks

Maina Kageni recently spoke about the contentious divorce case between rap mogul Dr. Dre and his wife, Nicole Young. The couple is splitting up after 24 years of marriage.

The case is in the public spotlight considering that Nicole is asking the producer for 2 million dollars in monthly spousal support despite the fact that the couple had signed a prenuptial agreement.

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22nd Anniversary! Headed to see Hamilton.

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Maina was more interested in the local application of the case and what Kenyan men and women thought about the story.

He summarised some of the things Nicole was asking for as a justification for the $2 million (200 million shillings) monthly support. Some of those expenses are below;

Sh. 6 million for tuition and living expansion.
Sh. 12.5 m for charitable contributions.
Sh. 2 m for cellphone and wifi.

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Married 21 years!!! The Defiant Ones!!!

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He then asked whether Kenyan women should be paid be paid alimony saying that in America, they normally get half of a man’s assets?

The comments rolled in with the discussion being heavily dominated by men with the unanimous stance among them being that wives didn’t deserve anything after they left a marriage.

Some of those comments are below:

Why should I pay her for staying with another man. Alimony is for another man?-A man said.

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My brother was to give out 3 quarter of his salary f0r a woman who went to another man. He then quit his job and went to do farming.-A man told Maina.

Kwani hiyo pesa ni ya uzima?-A man asked Maina.

There is no way, that we will leave each other and then I give her money. The economy is tough. I can’t even give her a shilling.-A man complained.

That is a lot of money for one woman. If we split up we divide our properties. There is no money in Kenya. She should leave when she has planned herself.-A man said.

I should just kill myself if I have to do everything and then all my salary goes to a woman.-A man said.

When we paid dowry, that sorted it out. To be honest, marriage in America is a business.-A man opined.

How can I pay for her while she is with another man? A man said.

The money is mine. She can get her own.-A man added.

Why should I pay her? If she can’t raise the kids, I will do it myself. Why should I give her a single coin?- A man stated to Maina.

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The moment she decides to leave it means that she found a better camp than yours. – A man said.

Why should we share the wealth? These women look at marriage like a cash cow? She should go back home to her father for dowry-Captain Kale.


The only thing Kenyan men give Kenyan women is a pregnancy, a broken heart and broke financially. This is the reason why Kenyan women leave when their men are in the office. A woman told Maina.

When you go to a restaurant you are accustomed to good food. When she has eaten and goes, I don’t owe her anything. Me being a Luyha, she will not go with my kids. Our system is patrilineal.A proud man told Mr. Kageni.

My husband pays me a monthly salary for being a stay at home mother to his son, even though we have a maid and he pays all the bills. I don’t think he would have an issue with paying if we split up.- A woman told Maina.

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Listen As People Confess To Maina Kageni That They Miss Their Exes

After veteran Uasin Gishu politician Jackson Kibor signed a divorce from his second wife of 51 years after he accused her of deserting their home and mistreating him, the court finally granted him the divorce.

Today at on the morning conversation with Maina Kageni, the discussion was based on that story.

Maina talked of how the wife in an exclusive interview say he can not move on with his life without Kibor despite their divorce.

She said that she still loves his husband, but Kibor doesn’t want her any more.

Maina Kageni paused a question  today and asked why some people do not want to move on after divorcing their spouses?

Mwalimu, said that there has to be a u-turn and you can’t ignore them because you once shared a problem or another and even lived in the same room.

Most male caller who called in said that they miss their exes and given a chance, the would go back to them.

One even said that he loves his ex more than his current wife,


lListen to the whole conversation below;


Do you support your child putting tattoos on their bod – Mike Mondo asks

Mike Mondo, who has been filling in for Maina Kageni, had a captivating topic today on Classic 105. He and Mwalimu spoke about the recent suspension of 10 students from St. Mary’s school, Nyeri for spotting tattoos.

Mike and King’ang’i were shocked that a section of parents agreed with school administration not to admit their children. They both felt that the teachers had a point in suspending the students.

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The question that Mike had was how the parents could support their sons putting tattoos on their bodies and whether the teachers had done the right thing in suspending the students.

The comments from listeners are below;

I understand what is going on. Some of the parents of these kids have tattoos, so the government should be preparing themselves for that trend in the future – A man said.

There are no parents anymore. Even going to the barber, one was accompanied. The parents are the bad ones in this case. How can a child correct a child? A man said.

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How do the tattoos prevent a student from learning? As a parent, I support that. As long as the kid is learning, shule iwache ushamba! – A mother spoke.

If I was near the holy Bible, I would show you where it is written that it is forbidden -A man said.

I am with Mwalimu on this and I think we need to have universal values. When you allow your kid to go out there and have tattoos, will they be accepted? I am a mother of boys and I don’t think their future wives families will accept them with the tattoos. The reason we have uniformity in the school is those differences(tattoos, dreads) can create disruption – A woman said.

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How much power does Meghan have over Prince Harry? Maina asks

Maina and King’ang’i this morning engaged in a fascinating conversation about the power women/wives have over their men/husbands.

The crux of the topic was the recent development that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had requested to stop being a part of the royal family and thus become private citizens.

The news has been met with shock by the general public as such an occurrence has never been witnessed in the country’s history. Maina was shocked that Harry would give up his birthright so soon after marrying Meghan and wondered aloud how powerful women were?

Prince Harry Meghan Markle
Prince Harry Meghan Markle

King’ang’i wasn’t shocked about the happening and commented that it is quite commonplace, telling Maina,

“She poisons you until you leave all that royalty. Kwani what did she tell him to go and live in Canada wapi kuna baridi. You tell the queen I am leaving. She is the one making decisions. Maina, Ngoja uoe moja uone.”

Kinga’ang’i even warned Maina that he would change if he got married. “If you get married to a woman, Maina you will change within 6 months. That excitement that you had in your life goes away.”

Maina responded by saying. “How powerful are you women and how pressured are you men? What is it that women do to you? How does a woman make you forget your mother?”

Some of the comments from listeners are below;

Women are excellent manipulators.hey will normally hide their colours – A man said.

Women can reduce a palace to a shanty – A man said.

Meghan wants to be independent. Their title is not the best. Harry has always been on the verge of becoming independent until Meghan came and complemented – A woman said.

We fear these ladies. They can make you make a decision that I was really shocked. She made me move from a house I wasn’t renting to one I pay rent for because she and my mother don’t get along – A man said.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son given Ghanaian name

Most men are sat on by their wives – A man said.

Moving out is the best decision they have ever made – A woman said.

I love the courage of Harry. Be independent and go far away – A man said.

Prince Harry wanted to move out of that institution even before marrying MM. The death of his mum Diana by this family is nothing to celebrate. He just wanted a strong woman to support him. Meghan did it. No more surviving on donations and controlled like robots. Good for him – A woman said.

Now this woman has pressured this dude to make decisions while on top of katiba. Could it be the woman’s nunu is that powerful? This guy will regret forever once they get divorced – A woman said.

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Why are men leaving wives for their mistresses? Mike Mondo asks

Today morning Mike Mondo, who stood in for Maina Kageni, spoke about a story on Mpasho.co.ke that referenced husbands leaving their wives for their side-pieces.

Mondo was shocked that these men were leaving their wives for the ‘other woman’ and not coming back. He wondered why a man who had a family would leave his first wife and family without ever going back?

Mike Mondo smiling
Mike Mondo smiling

The answers came in hard and first from the audience members. Some of their comments are below;

A sidepiece will cook and do everything for you-A man said.

Leaving is the best choice. I also had to leave my wife. The pressure was the major reason I left-A man told Mike.

I have been with my wife for 30 years through thick and thin. Even through the toughest of times, I love her. She is still in bed right now sleeping but I still love her.

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For a man to leave his wife like that she must have done something really bad-A man told Mike.

When a man leaves it is a woman’s fault-A man categorically stated.

A man having one woman is poison. Two are still not great. 3 is the optimum because you can go from one to the other-A man suggested.

Marriage is an institution, it means when we come together we have different expectations hence needs alot of patience and tolerance. When you expect 100% transition, it’s a nightmare you can’t get it. Don’t push us away-Douglas Kiplagat.

Mike Mondo smiling
Mike Mondo smiling

Men do walk out and I will never judge any gender that walks out of pressure that depresses them and can lead to death because you won’t even be alive to tell the story. One of the most painful things in life is being hurt by the person you love-Sheila Bahati

It’s ironical that the same men who leave blaming their wives come back later after the world lands on them so hard! They come back crawling yet they left on their two feet!-Monique Kimmss

Women are more likely to initiate divorce because the married women reported lower levels of relationship quality than married men. In contrast, women and men in non-marital relationships reported equal levels of relationship quality-Chris Ray🗽

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‘Sisi Wote Wajinga’ Maina and Kingangi react to King Kaka song

Kenyan rapper King Kaka has caused a storm with his poetic song ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ in which accuses politicians of hoodwinking Kenyans and at the same time calls out Kenyans for being gullible.

This discussion trended on social media, and on Monday morning Classic hosts Maina Kageni and Mwalimu weighed in saying ‘sisi wote ni wajinga and we have learnt nothing from it’.

Maina wanted to know what has changed since and what we are going to do going forward about graft and being gullible voters in 2022.

Fine he has done the song, but what are we going to do about it as Kenyans. What are you going to change in terms of your behaviour, we all agree we are sick to the neck as Kenyans, but in 2022 we shall be there queuing with mtu wetu mentality, wajinga sisi,

To which Mwalimu Kingangi shared his simple thoughts

Tumemaliza kuongea

Maina added

It’s dejavu, we’ve been here before someone says something revolutionary and we did nothing, so wajinga nyinyi and then, coz we all need to make that change individually that can snowball into something national.

A woman called in saying

It’s like hell on earth, nothing changes, it’s just gone from worse to worse. For me I don’t vote because of mtu wetu, I try to check your profile and what I have heard about you, but sometimes you find you are on your own. We are not supposed to be tribalists. I don’t know why we recycle these people

Dear Classic 105 fam, what change are you going to make as an individual that will transform how we politik going forward? Drop your comments below.

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Majority of Kenyan women getting abortions are married-Maina Kageni

Maina Kageni had a fascinating conversation today that touched on a report that was featured in The Standard this week. The report stated that most abortions are procured by married women in Kenya!

This stat shocked both Mr. Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi, with the two wondering how such a thing could happen?

Many listeners said it was par for the course as many wives were cheating on their men and as such couldn’t keep the ‘fruits’ of their affairs.

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But one doctor had an interesting take proffering that the kids being aborted where actually not from cheating women but were for their husbands.

He told a shocked Maina;

‘I am a doctor is Eldoret. Just yesterday, a married woman with her husband visited me. She is in her 40’s and she has 6 kids and pregnant 5 months. I told them to go and talk first because after 5 months is no joke. 10-15 Kenyan women come for abortions per month. Of that 10 are married and they come with their husbands. Tusilaumu wanawake pekee, the husbands are the ones leading them.’

We don’t marry the woman or man of our dreams, Kenyans confess to Maina

Other comments from other listeners are below;

Married women are unfaithful and do their stuff raw. That’s why they have to keep on aborting-Man said.

Some do it because some wives are cheating more than their husbands-Woman said.

How many men know if their women have aborted. Boy-child is under siege. We need to know-Man said.

My friend was pregnant and the husband didn’t want the baby. The husband gave her money to go and abort. Others are cheating and you don’t know who is the father, so they have to have the abortions-A woman said.

That article is true because most women who reach out for favours are married-A side dude said.

If a married woman is having an affair with a China man, how can she lie to her husband when the baby comes? You are having twa twa without protection, do you think you will get a smart TV? A man asked.

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Only preacher Moi endorsed – Maina and King’ang’i talk about Mr. Bonnke

In the early morning conversation today, Maina and King’ang’i remembered the popular German-American Pentecostal evangelist, Reinhard Bonnke.

King’ang’i regaled listeners with tales of how the man had been received in the early 90’s, with such huge crowds attending his events.

Mwalimu King'ang'i
Mwalimu King’ang’i

‘He was a phenomenon. I have never seen so many people. When he came to Machakos there were so many wheelchairs at the crusade. JB Masinde was the translator for Reinhard Bonke.’ King’ang’i said before Maina interjected with a question.

‘JB was the translator. I didn’t know that,’ Mr. Kageni said before King’ang’i went on about Mr. Bonnke’s visit to Kenya.

‘Demons came from the mountains. That is the only preacher that Moi actually endorsed. He even attended the event himself. He died at 79. He made 79 million give their lives to Christ. In one crusade in Nigeria, a reported 1.5 million people attended.’


Maina finished the segment by praising JB Masinde and wishing the late Mr. Bonnke peaceful rest. ‘JB Masinde you inspire me so much. There are times that I have listened to you and you helped me. RIP Reinhard Bonke. You have run your race.’

‘He loves drama’ Maina and Kingangi weigh in on Sonko’s arrest

Mr. Kageni also spoke about the current issues facing Nairobi governor, Mike Sonko. Mr. Kageni asked whether the court cases facing the governor were his last hurrah?

Sonko arrest
Sonko arrest

Most listeners believed that we were witnessing the final act in Mr. Sonko’s political career. Some of those comments are below;

I think it is the end of an era-One listener said.

His election to be Governor of Nairobi was a problem-Another listener said.

Which type of city is it where veggies are being sold in the CBD. We don’t have a governor or a deputy governor. He was the worst mistake Nairobi ever made-Another added.

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We don’t marry the woman or man of our dreams, Kenyans confess to Maina

With their spouses out of their earshot many Kenyans confessed to Maina Kageni that they are not married to their ideal spouse.

They spoke openly and comfortably that they settle for whoever is out there because there is no such things as a woman or man of your dreams.

Maina had to listen to lots of people fret and complain about general, run-of-the-mill marital woes, and he thought to himself that he is lucky not to be married.

He said ‘I can’t believe what I’m hearing’.

Co host Mwalimu said it is human nature to want a perfect marriage but the reality is that ‘there is no Mrs right’.

The same view was held by countless callers who said the perfect husband or wife is a myth, and we all need to snap out of our dream.

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One man said ‘I don’t believe there is a perfect person in this world, we give ourselves one reason to live with that lady, we have a thousand reasons why we can’t live with her, you make her to be your dreams.

A woman described the madness of the fantasy of a perfect man saying ‘You will never met him. You take what you have that mad man and live together. My husband is not the man of my dreams, but we try to live with each other, so hakuna msee perfect, you can wait for the rest of your life.’

couple pics
couple pics

Another male caller described his frustration with the thought of a perfect spouse noting that, ‘ Ati you are waiting for a perfect mate? You will wait forever. It’s only found in a dictionary, you just grab one and take each other slowly and that is how life goes, I am married to a woman who is not of my dreams. Because of the pressure from family to marry you just grab one and maintain it, ni kubaya, hakuna mrs perfect.

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Why are women telling their pastors their bedroom affairs!? Maina asks

Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i had a remarkable conversation today about why congregants (female ones) go to their pastors with very personal details?

‘Why do Kenyans take everything to their pastors? Ladies are guilty of taking their bedroom issues to their pastors. Where did this confession thing start from? I am a firm believer in dealing with one’s own bedroom issues. Aren’t there any secrets you keep to yourself?’ Maina asked.

This is one of those rare discussions where both Mr. Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i was in agreement about the need for secrets away from their pastors.

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When they opened the conversation up to the gallery most of the audience agreed that people should keep their bedroom affairs away from their pastors. Some of their comments are below;

Women treat these pastors like they are descended from heaven-A man said.

Ladies are so naive and they trust their pastors like they do no wrong-A man said.

I can’t share my secrets with my pastor. They are human too-A woman said.

These days ladies trust pastors more than each other-A man noted.

I am a pastor. We are shepherds. These ladies come to us and we have to help them. We give them even lungula advice according to the Bible. Lungula is the bottom of any marriage-A man of God said.

You can be able to lie to a woman anyhow. The people contributing a lot of money to these pastors are women. I know a lot of pastors who are hyenas. These pastors behave like they will go to the Lavington of Kenya and us to the Kibera of Kenya. These people have made these women be their slaves-Wakanai said.

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So sad. Ladies don’t know the difference between a marriage counselor and a pastor-A man said.

Telling the pastor my bedroom issues is foolish-A woman told Mr. Kageni.

I have not seen a part in the Bible where pastors are supposed to teach people about the bedroom-A man said.

Those pastors are conmen. Who said that they know the Bible? I really hate this pastors-A man said.

The moment you tell your fellow man your problems, things get messed up for you. Our women feel good in those churches. The pastors even tell our women to remove their clothes to be prayed for and they don’t even see the problem-A man concluded.

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They drink Jack Daniels like a man! Maina told about bibi mang’aa

Maina and King’ang’i spoke about wives who create chaos and suffering for their very loving husbands. The host was shocked that women like this(mabibi mang’aa) existed.

The presenter wondered how this could take place in a country where the men were reported to be the heads of homes. King’ang’i explained to him that it was happening more than people actually knew and that the husbands of these women were normally some of the coolest men out there.

I know my wife is cheating with many men and I can’t leave-Man tells Maina

Comments from listeners are below;

I can’t remember the last time I got home before my wife-A man sadly said about his bibi mang’aa.

Some times you visit someone and you see the way the wife behaves, I tell myself that I would like 10 minutes with that woman so that I can deal with her and make her a good wife-A man said.

Don’t such women know that they are inflicting fear on men who want to get marrie?-A woman asked.

Those kids called kababa are doomed. You are the head of the home and should behave as such. This women start by testing you. How can a man confess that his woman is seating on him? Leave her and go to another one that you can handle. Whether you are a billionaire, all women love an authoritative man-A man said.

Jacque Maribe’s father tenderly comforts distressed-looking Jowie(photos)

They are the first generation of women after the Beijing conference. That is why they are behaving like that-A man told Maina.

My grandfather once told me that there are no good women-A man told Mr. Kageni.

A woman has become like the men she is supposed to marry, drinking and acting like men-A woman told Mr. Kageni.

Those crazy women are there. Wanawake visirani wako. They should learn how to control their emotions. You don’t want to deal with one-A woman said.

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I got a back-up after my hubby cheated on me for 10 years-Maina told

Today, the morning conversation touched on relationships between men and women. Maina asked whether a recent report that claimed 50% of ladies have a back-up partner in mind just in case they break up or have issues with their relationships.

King’ang’i contributed by hilariously quipping that those men who were back-ups were the super subs, saying, ‘A guy is doing warm-ups on the touchline waiting for the right time.’

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One woman regaled Maina with a story about her own life, telling the presenter that she had had to get her own back-up after her husband relentlessly cheated on her during their 10-year marriage. She said,

‘These people(men) are bad. For all the years I have been together, I always catch him(my husband) red-handed. Recently I nearly contemplated suicide. But I got a back-up and I feel good. He is plan B and he knows I am Plan B. I almost want to call my husband’s clandes to call my man more so that I can get time with my back-up.’

The presenter opened the floor to the gallery. Some of the comments are below;

I am told if she(wife) doesn’t comment on your post on social media, then her back-up man is a mutual friend-A man told Maina.

Stima ikipotea, lazima uwe na generator-A woman told Maina.

I have like 3 back-ups for about 7 years. I need them when things in the house are not working. We don’t do anything physical-woman.

In everything you do in this life, you must have a back-up just like you have a side-hustle in case you lose your job. My husband doesn’t even know-A woman said.

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Without a backup in life as a woman, you are done-A woman told Mr. Kageni.

The bottom line is that these days no one is faithful-A man said.

Backup is very necessary. I have had a backup since 2013. These men started it. You get a man to lean on or cry on. If your man cheats on you, I don’t feel it anymore. I don’t feel bad about it-A woman admitted.

A woman cheats emotionally while a man cheats for the physical-A man added.

What do you think?

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She has been paralysed for 2 years and still emerged tops-Maina told about KCPE

Maina and King’ang’i spoke about the recent KCPE exam results. They celebrated the candidates who had performed well and also raised an important issue that faces Kenyans, especially when one considers the importance attached to them.

Maina asked how his listeners had performed in their respective national exams and how it had impacted their lives. One lady gave an inspiring story of a paralysed girl that she knew who had performed beyond expectations, emerging tops in her school.

He paid for my university but I still dumped him-Woman proudly tells Maina

She told Mr Kageni, ‘I knew a girl who did very well. She has been paralysed for the last two years. Even her mother wanted her to repeat but her teachers insisted that she should proceed to class 8. She was the top in her school with 418 marks.’

Mr Kageni and Mwalimu were impressed with the story that the lady had give and even celebrated her. Some other comments from listeners are below;

When I did my KCPE I got 266. But I never gave up -Sharon told the host.

Before the results were released I was promised heaven but after I got my D-, my parents moved house -A man said.

I failed. My mom even said that I have fallen forwards. They even told me to go and get myself a school -A woman said.

I did average but I encouraged myself afterwards and have been pushing -A woman said.

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I feel for parents who take their kids to public schools which are producing failures unlike our times -A man said.

I was the brightest in our home and I failed by getting 314 out of 700. I redeemed myself in KCSE and now I am doing well -A man said.

I passed getting 533 out of 700. No one knew me. I went to a very remote school. At that time Index number 1 was treated like royalty -A man said.

I got 345 out of 500. Life has nyoroshad me -A man said.

This KCPE doesn’t reflect the way life will go. I did well in KCPE and my sister did well in KCSE. She is doing well, I am pambanaing with my hali -man

Maina and King’ang’i finished the show by encouraging listeners that life doesn’t end after KCPE or KCSE.

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He paid for my university but I still dumped him-Woman proudly tells Maina

Maina Kageni had a question for men today? He wanted to know why many men took offence to a man paying for their women to go to university or get their Masters?

The man asked? ‘Why do men have a problem paying for a woman’s education and then they leave? It is just university. When men pay your fees. You are intimidated by a learned woman. Who told you she would leave?’

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But King’ang’i was having none of it and went ahead to resolutely defend the Kenyan men’s honour. He said,

‘A man pays for a woman then she leaves. That is the most ungrateful thing I have ever heard. He pays for her university and even dowry. It is very bad. That is using someone. Ladies’ fees should be paid by her parents. She leaves you with matharau. We should see statements from accounts departments for who is paying the Masters program for them.’

One caller responded to the conversation saying that she had gained a lot from the man she was seeing, saying,

‘Why are you so angry. A car and a home you can repossess but a degree you can’t take back. He bought 2 cars for me. I told him to pay for my degree, which he did. He paid for my tuition and afterward I left after 6 years. Stop complaining and he also got something from me. That man is a stepping stone.’

Some of the responses from other listeners are below;

What do you mean they don’t owe you anything. They do-A male listener retorted.

I don’t pay even for my wife. What she has is enough-A man said.

I take care of a cow, then after all those years, someone else comes to take the milk. Are you the government of today. You educate someone and then they tell you that you are not of my class-Wakanai told Maina.

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I will only pay for my children-A man told Mr. Kageni.

The worst mistake you will make is investing in a woman’s education-A smart man told Mr. Kageni.

I want to challenge these men. It doesn’t mean that because you educated me, I owe you. There is no way you can upgrade a woman without you upgrading yourself-man.

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Maina and King’ang’i weigh in on Garissa women rep Subow’s abusive language


The obscene and foul language used by female Kenyan politicians has taken centre stage.

This is after Garissa woman rep Anab Subow called Raila Odinga uncircumcised.

In a video that has gone viral on Sunday, Subow is heard referring to Raila as a devil who is not circumcised.

Part of her speech reads

“Rebuke the devil….. this mzee called Baba and I don’t know whose baba he is. He is old but he is not circumcised. He might be baba but let him go to Bondo and be circumcised first. Whom does he think he is, why is he not getting old”.

Classic hosts Maina and Kingangi debated this on Tuesday morning conversation.

Maina was left speechless only managing to say ‘aki mdomo ya wanawake’, while Kingangi insisted that ‘they are showing their true colors’.

Kenyans have labelled the women leaders using verbal abuse as shameless.

The vicious slurs have been roundly condemned when listeners responded to Maina Kageni’s question if it is it the true representation of Kenyan women these days. Here are some views.

An upset man said,’ Can you imagine telling that woman to find your socks? huyo anawezakutafutia? But we are praying to God that all will be well, these career ladies have lost respect for men, they need to change because ile respect that was back in the day that is what we want.

A woman called and said, ‘huyu mwanamke amezaa? because there is no normal woman who can go to in public and talk like that. I think she needs a psyciatrist, coz no normal woman can talk trash like that in public, they are embarrassing women in Kenya,

another said,’ I am saddened by that woman’s comments’.

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