I can see a lockdown coming Maina tells King’ang’i begging for reprieve



on the Friday morning conversation, it was all about the expiration of the nationwide curfew, and more so what is likely to be done about it.

Health CS Mutahi Kagwe is expected to address the nation this afternoon. While discussing what he is likely to do, Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i each weighed in.

Maina was of the opinion that a lockdown will be announced, a King’angi’ pleaded that Kenyans need some breathing space.

“What do we deserve” Maina asked “coz that is what we are going to get” King’ang’i said “a break, a break from what has become a reality, watu akiachiliwa kidogo what can go wrong?

But Maina argued that “my feeling is that there is going to be a lockdown. If you look at the data it all points in that direction”

“ah leave the data it alway happens like that tuachiwe kidogo one week pia tuone kama we can manage ourselves, wewe unaona aje? kidogo tuu aseme wacha tuone” King’angi posed.

Dear Classic 105 fam, what do you think is going to happen? I want you to be truthful and not hopeful Maina added when opening the discussion to listeners, “to be honest what do we honestly deserve?

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Man hides side hustle over bullying by wife about spending money


A frustrated husband told Maina Kageni that his wife is standing in the way of his financial goals and resorted to hiding over that fact.

He told this during a morning conversation about wives not being supportive of their man’ dreams, where many men told that ‘these women shoot down your ideas’.

The frustrated man joined in the conversation that he has given up trying to win over her support.

“Let me tell you Maina, never ever tell Shiru that you are planning to start anything, you know these people are very deficient of patience so when you tell them, sasa ana focus on the money that you will put in and she wants to spend the money immediately, so i never tell her about my idea, I practice medicine and I have a pharmacy on the side and she doesn’t know about it, because if I tell her she will kill that dream. She will dump all the expenses on me because she sees there is more money to spend”

Maina sympathized with his situation as a woman called in blaming this behaviour on wives jealous of their husbands achievement.

Ladies why don’t you encourage your men? When your man comes with an idea why shoot it down? Maina added

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“Don’t date beneath your pay grade” Maina Kageni tells women

Ladies don’t let these men drive your Range Rover if he is not in your tax bracket, were the words of advice Maina Kageni had for women while discussing how Anerlisa Muigai funded the lifestyle of Ben Pol.

Last week Ben Pol in an interview told that he left Anerlisa because he lost all feelings for her and their frequent breakups resolved the end of their marriage.

Anerlisa hit back and in several captions advised that she has learnt and will date men in her class.

In the Tuesday conversation July 27, Maina used this example to advise ladies that “dating a man beneath you will always get these problems. That’s why they say birds of a feather flock together”

Ben Pol and Anerlisa together
Ben Pol and Anerlisa together

Mwalimu King;’ang’i slammed Maina saying

“Let me put myself in his position, even him he had alot to offer. She loved him, he is handsome, he is talented, he even had money zikatumika zikaisha sasa unataka afanye nini, ulikuwa na pesa zako umependeka, vitu zimeenda mrama, don’t tell me now all of a sudden I am not good, it doesn’t make sense”

Maina brushed off his comments insisting that women should date men their class and that broke men are no good.

“When women date beneath their pay grade what do you expect, aki Anerlisa and I think one day you need to come here and give me that story, because I can get the attraction but why you opened up your pocket to him I don’t understand. When you see a man driving a big range rover and he even posts on IG, it’s not his stay in your own lane. How do you floss with things everyone knows is not yours?”

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“Monkeys are the same” Maina told about presidential election candidates

On the Monday morning conversation, Maina Kageni spoke about the forthcoming 2022 general elections. He wanted to know why the same people are voted in every five years and if we are ready for change.

He asked “are we gonna do this again? I was watching the news and I was so depressed coz when I was looking at the leading presidential candidates, man it’s the same niggas from years ago, let me ask you is there no chance anew person can take a chance?”

It’s the same guy, same guys Maina repeated, the monkeys are the same, is there no alternate candidate, are we done or do we have to wait for all of them to serve before we get a new one?

Is there anyone else that you would  vote for if they stood? Because man every year it’s the same guys, same niggas, me I don’t know about you but me I really wonder, is there anyone else who can stand and get your vote?

We cannot say that this country revolves around five people. how? Classic fans responded telling their disappointment with the political class. That 20 years later, the same people are still running.

if we continue to allow this guys succeed in dividing us along tribal lines we will remain political slaves.. their manifeso is what we should focus on and by that we will end up having leaders in the podiums not politicians.



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“I am not a chicken to go home at 6pm” Man shouts about going home late

On the Friday July 23rd morning conversation, Mike Mondo wanted to know why wives demand husbands be home at a certain time.

“Ladies do not care what time their men get home, and I wondered how because time and time again that once you get marrieed ile maneneo ya kukuja nyumbani saa nne usahau”

Mwalimu King’ang’i told Mike that no husband should ever be commanded by his wife quoting a Bible verse.

“kuna mahali inafika unawacha maisha iteremke otherwise utaisha, you know you can’t tell your man to be home by 6pm, don’t tell an old man with 32 teeth to be home by five pm how? ukiulizwa umeotoka wapi, there come a time when you stop explaining kwani ni clinic unaenda? you get tired of explaining”

This prompted Mike to ask “Ladies by what time should your man be home? or you don’t care?”

A woman boldly told Mike that “I think my hubby should be home by eight pm or latest 9 pm”

But a man dismissed her saying  a man should be authoritative

“A man should go home anytime without explaining. If he leaves he can return whatever time, vile Kingangi amesema unaeza rudi kesho, kesho kutwa, even my father taught me, mwanaume ni simba lazima nitafute excuse ili bibi ajue sasa baba nani ameingia, ili nisiulize nimetoka wapi, usiwe maembe ama malenge, coz women can sit on you badly, she can tell you to come at 6pm kwani wewe ni kuku? one time she tried to stamp her authority I came back home banging things, she was so shocked, after I came back home on Monday after leaving on Friday”

Another man agreed adding “Kwani ni curfew tunaekewa kwa nyumba mwanaume ni mwanaume na atabaki hivyo mimi sijulikani hata kama ni kesho”

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“Get voice insurance like Maina Kageni” King’ang’i tells Mike Mondo


If you were hoping to catch Mike Mondo in studio on Wednesday but did not hear Mike, it was because he had lost his voice and stayed home.

The hunky presenter apologized for not making it to work on Wednesday as co host Mwalimu gave him a top about his voice.

Mwalimu let it slip that Maian Kageni has insured his voice for a staggering amount, and Mike should do the same

“I’m glad the voice is bad. Ulifanya nini? You know Maina Kageni has insured his voice, na alikataa kusema ni ngapi. I think it’s like 20 million you should too”maina&kingangi

Mike was astounded by the cost of voice insurance but would consider it because it’s his career.

“Nilichemsha ginger na ka garlic kidogo, unachemsha then I felt so much better. Ati 20 million, I will think about it”

Dear Classic 105 fam, can someone please tell Maina atarudi tuu. Yes we are salty that his vacay has been this long.

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“I act and pretend I’m msoto” Man brags about deceiving slay queens 


A man who loves to act broke to stop slay queens from laying claim to his money bragged about his actions to Mike Mondo on Tuesday during a conversation about spouses hiding their salary from each other.

The rich man told Mike that it’s necessary to hide how much you really earn from your spouse because that gender is too demanding.money

He is currently dating, and advised married fellas to pretend to be broke to get away from the expectations of women.

“Mike you should keep money a secret. /If I die, the Government has a recovery agency. I fear she will kill me one day if I tell her the truth about how much I make. Si poa kumwambia. mimi sijaoa, dame yangu anajua mimi ni eam msoto throughout, hajuangi ako na billionaire hapa. Weuh don’t tell them. kumbe nimejaza mfuko na pesa I act and pretend I’m team msoto.”

He told Mondo that this way he has been able to keep a check on his finances and keeping a broke image is important.

He also advised that acting broke tests a womans loyalty.


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My wife has been lying about earning Sh16k instead of Sh32k

Ladies you are ninjas and men do you know you are married to billionaires hiding cash? was how Mike Mondo introduced the Tubonge Tuesday topic.

This he said after a conversation with a woman in hospital about lying about her salary.

“Yesterday I went to the hospital, and in the waiting room I started talking to a woman who said for the past ten years she has been hiding her real salary and using a fake pay slip to show her husband. She has made her husband believe she earns 100k a month when in reality she earns 300k”

Is it wise to tell your partner how much you make?

Would you tell your partner ho much money you earn? ama hio ni siri yako? Mike asked listeners who responded with different opinions. A female caller slammed spouses who hide their pay saying this will present difficulties in case of emergencies.

“utakosa kuambia your better half uambie nani what if something happens to you who will follow up on your cash? your children will suffer because of your silence”


A husband who found about his wife lying about her salary through her KRA tax returns narrated how sad he is.

He told Mike on the Tuesday morning conversation July 20th that

“Nasikia uchungu. Last night I found her KRA tax returns and to be sincere it is painful. She has always told me she is struggling financially earning only sh16,00 when her actual pay is h32,000. I feel pain but she has always lied for the last four years. You can see everything in the house I have struggled to buy and yet she can help hata gas I get home she can’t buy. I’m feeling bad because she never disclosed it. It’s not that I need her share but to know the capability she can do in the house, it will reduce my burden, mike  I don’t have any savings na I do everything and when y0u tell her to do something she says she doesn’t have any money ati she is paid kidogo.”


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“Sharing your marital bed with babies is wrong” King’ang’i blasts wives 


In the Thursday morning conversation, Mwalimu King’ang’i was not happy with wives insisting parents sleep with babies.

He told his opinion in an argument about it’s drawbacks with a wife on air.

The two went at each other if a new-born should be kicked out. The woman told Mwalimu that

” ati mzee anafaa kufanya nini? ndio mzee apumzike alale? nilitengeneza mtoto huyo peke yangu? tunaenda na shift. Ati mzee alale?’

Mwalimu responded that it was only fair to let the man sleep because their baby s cry is irritating.

She told him off adding ” until the baby is old enough to hold a munyonyi himself, the first month ako kwa kitanda yetu na tuna amka na shift, ati unalala nini? kwani nililatengenza mtoto peke yangu”

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When is the right time Mike opened up the discussion leading to more confessions from parents split over the decision to kick out the baby.

A man described how bad it was for his friend because their child was 6 years and unfortunately walked in on them.

Another woman said her new-born isn’t going anywhere. She said “It’s not about the baby leaving the bedroom, my baby sleeps in our bedroom but on his cot, I will never let him go, the baby is  breastfeeding until he is one year, But King’ang’i repeated that a child belongs in their own room. ” do you know that you can wak4 up and go to the other room to feed? you have the whole day to bond with the baby we don’t need the child in our room, toa mtoto kwa hii bedroom wewe, that crying is too much”

Dear Classic 105 fam, what’s your opinion about co-sleeping?


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‘You will drink porridge’ Wife vows after abusive husband loses job


Ladies, how long would you stay with a man who has now lost everything before you say I wash my hands I cannot do this with you anymore, mimi nimechoka nimeenda?’

Mike Mondo in a very interesting yet eye opening conversation was told that Kenyan wives are not loyal by upset men, but the Classic host told them it’s because of how they treat women when they have money.

Several women told Mike that their husbands have mistreated them in marriage and would return the favor before eventually deciding to leave.oliverfood

One woman told how a cousin has been frustrated for so long by her husband who was rich. The caller added that the emotional abuse was so much that the wife vowed to return a favor and be abusive to him when he lost his job and money.

She told an amused Mike Mondo that men need to learn a lesson.

‘I have my cousin and when her husband was working and doing well financially, he used to mistreat her so much. One day I went o visit them and found him at home, watching Tv on the sofa. I asked her why he wasn’t at work and she said ‘huyu alifitwa kazi, anashinda kwa sitting room’. Mike let me tell you, when he had money bwanake alikuwa anamsumbua sana. She told me now he’s fired and broke, it’s her turn to tesa him. She told me she will feed him porridge, ugali and sukuma wiki as payback. It depends on how he treated you when he had money. If he showed you madharau, then you return the favor, but if he was good, then we are good to them when he is broke. If he was bad, akae na mamake’.

And this was not the only confession as another female responded to Classic Twitter saying she would subject her man to abuse, that ‘malipo ni hapa duniani’.

The Twitter user @Lucypau43921191 admitted saying ‘@MikeMondo1 Mike Mike hapa it will depend on how you treated me wen u were healthy and had money….Kama u treated me like garbage utajua ujui #MainaAndKingangi @Classic105Kenya’.

Ladies, is it true that it all depends on how your husband treated you during his rich days?

Drop your comments below we share.

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“She wanted to prove to her squad” Maina told about trending video

In the Friday morning conversation, Maina touched on something Kenyans notoriously do; which is take intimate videos then share online.

He wanted to know why this is the mentality “come here because we all saw the video, it trended all day and night let me ask you, and especially ladies why do you take these videos seriously? why you gon act like that?

Co host Kingangi was suspiciously quiet saying ‘me I have one philosophy. mukubaliane muache simu reception”

Maina nodded adding “I agree with you 100 per cent, hee that video did the rounds. I need you to give me a call comments fupi fupi tafadhali. seriously ladies why do you do that? ebu give me a call. I’m sure you saw the video, man it was nasty. Nie reke gwire why whip out your phone and record something like that? what do you gain? let’s discuss this, coz we simply cannot ignore it, why ladies why?

A woman called in and explained that that particular case was a woman who wanted to prove a point to her girl squad.

She told Maina that

” Heh let me tell you Maina, I understand she was an admin assistant, she used to work for and she had a masters degree, and she wanted to prove a point to her squad, eventually she is on the losing end. She has deleted all her social media, there is something called kugharamia ujinga, she wanted to prove to her girls that she is dating nani, so she shared the video, and it was forwarded many times. Girls do thee things for their girl squad. Girls discuss these things, in mine we talk and go into fine detail, but Maina don’t get shocked these things happen. In my squad we don’t share videos, but we talk about those things he does, we only discuss the aftermath”


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Maina and King’ang’i: Do you date for love or survival?

The Classic 105’s morning conversation was about women who just can’t be with a man who has no money.  But what does love have to do with it?

A listener tweeted;

“There are those men we date for love and those we date for money and all of them know their place.”

Alice who has been in marriage for years called to give her experinece

“I got married for love some eight years ago and the ninth year it didn’t work out. If I’m going to get married agin, I’ll go for money because their shenanigans are the same. I’ve learnt a great lesson. Lets deal with their BS when someone is taking care of me properly.”


“It is the same way gentlemen want to look for some nice chest and nice behind, lets look for someone with money”

I have a man at home, in the office and that ex you can never forget – Woman tells Maina

Betty, a caller, said “Without money, there’s no future, there’s no love. I’d rather date an old guy with money than a young one with nothing and I’ll make my future bright.”

A gentleman called to give his experience of how his lovelife changed when he started getting money

“There’s this lady I was dating and we sired a child, at the time I was a watchman. She didn’t even want me to see the child, when I got a better job, I was taken to the children’s court.

We solved out of the court, she got remorseful and apologized, We are now together and I got a second child with her.”

Another gentleman said

“Even marriage is a transactions that’s why you are given a license.  We know women are with us because of money but we turn a blind eye. It is a simple transaction. She is there cause of your money.”

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,


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Thou shall not get pregnant if you are a side chic – Maina told by Kenyan men

The conversation today touched on an unwritten rule that Maina Kageni had heard. The rule stated that a mistress should never get pregnant when dealing with a married man.

“Guys, is this true? and how does it work?” the morning host inquired. King’ang’i himself had this to say on the matter, “Women don’t just get pregnant, they do that to get money from those children.”

Kenyans as usual split their opinions along gender lines with men supporting men and women supporting women.

Some of the comments are below:

These ladies ni kututesa tu koz so wanajitambua when in danger zone?…mbona ukubali if you know you aren’t in safe DayZ?..wakwede huko,,ummh!!!

Wakule pesa yao…. Wapelekwe shopping london. But kids never. It’s fun they all want to have with this slay Queens… There is no responsible lady out there doing these slay queen things. Ni this lazy girls who want an early ticket out of poverty. Kids should not be your way out.

First of all, this is a trap. Kwani guys we can’t use condoms? Why fall in this then complain? We end up losing everything then.

All over suddenly unfaithful men have become victims. Now, what will the innocent babies be? Then when these babies grow and become something they once again become very proud fathers who were very absent.

A lady will not just get pregnant. Ovulation circles are taught in primary school, plus other preventive measures. A lady will never get pregnant unless she wants to.

Never should they even think of it? Pregnancy is a no-go.

Remove the so-called child support and boom, no woman will get pregnant out there.

Talk of selfish creatures, infidelity should be made an expensive affair. Married men stick to your wives.

Yes, they should not because we care for our family.

That’s RUBBISH!!

Kama huyo mwanaume ako uhai he should be able to take care of his kids because the children are innocent. Kuhanyahanya should be made an expensive affair.

Of the parliament removes the child support clause TRUST ME NO WOMAN WILL GET PREGNANT OUT THERE IF SHE’S NOT MARRIED. They know what they’re doing and we got them 100%.

It takes 2 to tango, ladies are more to be blamed for their actions.

Most women are opportunists. They see payslip for the man, they seduce the man and end up having a kid with then they come out claiming that the man amekataa majukumu.. wanawake Bure kabisaaa.

If she can have the kid, then let her take care of the kid, she should not let her take Panadol for her headache. Kilio cha kujitakia haina kilio.

I know a lady who got pregnant for two pilots…..huyo unataka kuniambia Hana Nia?

Hapo team Tanga Tanga ntakuwa nmewezwa I seh!!..wah

Who wrote that rule? Mababu zetu. We came and found it in existence. Thou shall not get pregnant if you are a side chic.

I support that bill because these women just want your money.

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Maina there are rules in everything why should you get pregnant what was the agreement.this applies even to ladies real chick let’s not use kids to trap men utabaki pekeako ukilea that’s not Tedybear Ni mtoto.

Maina Kama huyo mwanaume ako uhai he should be able to take care of his kids because the children are innocent. Kuhanyahanya should be made an expensive affair.


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Man SHAMED FOR CRYING to Maina about being dumped by wife

A discussion about men being deadbeats got one Kenyan man all up in his feelings, and spilling major tea about his relationship.

Classic 105 host Maina Kageni for once was left speechless and never responded. He was hammered for taking sides with women who label men as deadbeats.

Maina sought to know from the ladies this question below to counter the accusations

Ladies: Why do you keep these children away from their fathers? Or is there something they did that you just can’t stand their presence?

This touchy subject led one man to break down in tears, while confessing his emotional life story.

He started by complaining that

She’s a totally different person from the one I met


I met her when she was pregnant for someone else. I took her in because I love her.

He was so boo’d up he overlooked all the signs there for him to see it wouldn’t work out

she was four months pregnant for another man, she gave birth and then after that she got another child, and started showing signs she doesn’t love me anymore. She left me and moved to Mombasa, but I went there to fight for my family.


The ‘marriage’ he had envisioned was no more as realization she had used him set in

She got a job, and left with everything, she took everything, her mother took my children, and told me she wants the kids to go and stay with her for the holidays, I have not seen my children. I have not heard, Maina I want to talk to them, she blocked me, and told me If I go back to Lanet I will be shot.

This apparently was a big issue for him as he tearfully reached out to Maina

It is now two years since, I want to see my children, even what I am getting something small nikule na watoto, I miss my children, right now I am alone, I need my children I don’t know where they are, it hurts I want to talk to my children

What would your advice to this distraught man be? Drop your comments below Classic 105 fam.

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When was the last time you went on holiday? Kenyans hilariously respond to Maina

Today morning, Maina Kageni brought up a topic that was a great deviation from his normal relationship topics. The host asked a very important question for most Kenyans, “When was the last time one of his audience members had gone on holiday?”

Most of the replies belied the state of affairs in most Kenyans finances with many noting that money was a big factor in them not going for a holiday.

Some of those comments are below:

Betta u uko na lots of money in your account ati when I need u just withdraw. Mi holiday is just an history

Nlienda holiday nkiwa Fourth year! Ile short holiday ya April! Juu tulikuwa tumefunga shule, I went to shags!

The last time l went on holiday was 2018 on April the rest ni Ushagoo Christmas and life goes on.

Woooooi maina lipia boychild pia mbona aachwe.

Holiday is neccessary but not this year.

Weuh kwenda holiday kwangu nikwenda shags …….

Yangu ni some parts huenda vacation. Kama brain uende vacation kivyake but sisi wote kama mwili ata sikumbuki ni lini

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She fought my female cousin thinking she was a side chick – Man tells Maina of dramatic women

Maina Kageni brought up the topic of dramatic women. The radio host asked why some women would start drama in public while also embarrassing their men without any qualms.

“Why can’t women wait until their men get home and then sort their issues there? Why wash your dirty linen in public?”

Most women who commented said that at times that was the only way to get a man to listen while the men who commented gave some of their experiences with the other gender.

Some comments from Kenyans are below;

Good morning Maina, who told me freedom of expression is only done at home? 

Drama is a way of getting a man’s attention.

You cannot cage a man. You let him be after some time.

We just explode after we can’t take it anymore.

I have one. Wahh !! She starts issues mpaka nashindwa kwenda kwa nyumba. More when I am called by a lady even before she inquires who the person is anaanza madrama tu. There is a time she fought my cousin thinking ni side chic
I’m just taking notes. It’s just crazy. This gender Maina I’m telling you it’s just I don’t know.

Women are not crazy. There are times that you reach a breaking point. There is a point where the boiling point reaches. It’s like you are talking to someone young.

“Kuna wakati inafika and you are pushed to the wall. so sio kupenda kwetu”

These attention seekers (aka Drama Queen’s) are in constant need of re-assurance and affirmation that someone cares for them and wants to protect them.

We don’t bring things out of nowhere…. Mnakuwanga mmefinya pahali ndio tuamshe kashetani
maina us women huchemkaa ukiamsha wazimu shauri yako

Ladies don’t react angrily for 1 day mistakes by their spouses but it’s due to some things which have piled up till they can’t tolerate any time further. 

If any couples bring drama in public, means there are serious unresolved issues between themselves

Maina waiting will make us cool down n hakuna kitu tamu kama doing something wakati unachemka it always feels good n no regrets…I do n say what i feel n regret later.

These women who crave drama will use comments, complaints and dramatic circumstances to put men on the spot often exploiting their emotional strengths and weaknesses to breaking point.

“I used to be a drama queen then I realized hakuna haja.”

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Morning conversation: “Would you wash your man’s boxers?”

Whether or not, you would wash your man’s boxers was the conversation this morning on Maina and King’ang’i. Well, Classic105 listeners came out to give their personal experience and opinion on the matter.

One lister said it is the man’s personal responsibility to cater to his personal hygiene and that she would never do it.

Another one said it is every woman’s responsibility to make sure that her man’s boxers are clean and well kept.

“I do not tolerate any kind of laziness and uncleanness,” tweeted a listener

Another listener said he is free to wash his woman’s under-garments without fear of being judged.

Morning Conversation: Kenyans have this habit of giving unsolicited advice

Captain Kale, a die-hard fan of Maina and Kingangi in the morning said,

“How can a man wash his woman’s underwear? There are some things a man should never do. The moment you start doing these things, you are done.”


“A woman who is a wife material will never be told to do this and this, that’s why I paid for you to come to my house, I paid the dowry.”

“If you give the housegirl that job, she will become your co-wife. I wash her underwear as who? Those are not men, they are boys.”

“She should be able to even buy and bring the boxers to her”