Close your eyes and imagine your wife in another mans arms –  Maina

 

Why is the idea of a woman cheating unforgivable to many Kenyan men? Maina Kageni posed to upset men.

The minute Maina Kageni began this morning conversation, men told him he doesn’t understand the dynamics of marriage. Maina told men to close their eyes and imagine their wives in the arms of another man!

On Wednesday October 13, Maina and Kingangi discussed the topic of women straying in marriage and why men can’t fathom it.

An excited Maina reminded men that they stray weekly, actually he insisted it is daily and expect forgiveness but if a woman does it, men struggle to forgive her.

“Why is it that men struggle when women stray in relationships? you do it all the time but when she strays once you struggle, why? why is it unforgivable when she strays. why cant you forgive her thew ay you expect her to forgive you and you guys do it on a weekly basis. Girls, even the thought that you have strayed it almost kills them, ni kashetani kaimingia they say”


Mwalimu King’ang’i told him it is shetani who makes men ‘teleza’.

“jembe inaeza kondeshwa lakini sio shamba. Men ere designed differently. Ati Mwongeli – his wife- amestray? Siwezi fathom hiyo’

Fellas, can you imagine your woman in the arms of another man?

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When is the last time your man gave you money for your personal upkeep?

A Kenyan Court ruled that being a housewife should be considered a full time job and should be factored into consideration when adjudicating over distribution of assets during a divorce.

On the Wednesday morning conversation, this is what Maina discussed. He was elated as Mwalimu Kingangi grumbled about it.

Mwalimu said ‘so it’s fully funded by the government’ he tried to argue,  but Maina corrected him ‘it’s not the government, it’s funded by you’.

‘Every woman in a relationship needs to be given money’ Kageni added ‘do you know you need to give her money every month for her upkeep, how do you expect her to look good for you if you are not giving her money?’

Gents, why don’t you give your woman money? not for vegetables but money for her hair, and money in her purse?

Kageni added ‘my mum told me never to walk without money, why don’t you give your women money, not for upkeep of the house money for herself, her hair is your work she is doing it for you’

Mwalimu brushed off his comments grumbling that ‘there is something about when they see money, na hiyo ndio hatuna, did they consult any man when they made that decision in court?’

Maina added salt to injury telling Kingangi about his friend who pays his wife cash ‘I have a friend who gives his wife 500k a month, a month and that is just for her, hiyo si shopping ya nyumba, it is for herself. I’m not saying give your woman half a million, even ten thousand is good’

He posed this question to the audience to contribute to the conversation

‘When is the last time your man gave you money ladies? at the end of every month, your man must give you something, he cannot keep enjoying you every day and at the end there is nothing. When is the last time your man gave you money for your personal upkeep?

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#MainaAndKingangi: Kenyan men react to the last time they took medical check up

As always the morning conversation on Classic 105 was quite interesting. Maina and Kingangi received mixed reactions from Kenyan men after asking the last time they visited a doctor.

“We are covered by the blood of Jesus. Ujue hiyo kitu unaenda kutafuta utapata!” Mwalimu King’ang’i reacted to the topic

From the callers, many have spend years before seeing a doctor or going for a check.

One caller told Maina that;

The debate went through to social media and this is the reaction from our Instagram lovers;

commonsensiofficial

Tutangangania joint za mitura, ama kujua why the blood is moving anticlockwise and not the other way around. Bora uhai as long am breathing ever good to go.

weston_ndege

Usipojikausha utalishwa na nani, na unategemewa?

adraywanjohi

Checkup for what… Mi ni gari ati naenda service? 😂Kama nakula natembea na siumwi pahali… Hospitali naonea kwa news mimi

junior_bayano1

#MainaAndKingangi sisi wanaume uprefer kuishi kijeshi, hii maneno ya kwenda hospitali ni ngumu unless ufeel kabisaaa kimeumana….even the covid morality statistics zinashow high numbers of men being infected or dying of the desease

jenniemakau

As mwalimu says…why bother to go look for something that’s not there…which is usually a big mistake and that’s why we are losing men at a high rate..Ignorance😢😢

MainaandKingangi! Who should set the amount demanded for child upkeep

My depression is slowly destroying my marriage – Man tells Maina

A husband who admitted he has been depressed for so long, described it to Maina Kageni that  ‘it’s like living in hell’.

He told of his agony during a discussion of the Kiambu couple who were found dead. The man shot his wife three times, after finding out she was pregnant yet he is impotent.

Maina wanted to find out why men never talk to someone about being depressed and a man called in saying he would rather die, than tell his friends he is depressed.man crying

He told Maina he feared his secret getting out and having to be ridiculed about being weak. He said they will share and make fun of you

“That’s what we are doing nowadays. I pretend I am ok because no one can help. I was looking for some counselling they tell you they charge three thousand per hour, so if you don’t have it what do you do? you go home and pretend, nowadays hakuna friend wa ku open up to the kind of friend that you open up to the next day it will be published, so you just pretend and no one can tell deep inside you are dying, right now no one knows what I am going through, and I can tell you  I am going  through hell. I need some counselling”

Maina sympathized with the sad husband saying “let me do this. I can see your number here, I will get you help okay. Hang in”

 

Another called told Maian that husbands are smiling but deep inside they are dying owing to endless cost heaped on them.

 

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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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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.”

Adding;

“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.”

Cess Mutungi, new Drive co-host reveals the one Kenyan delicacy she doesn’t eat(exclusive)

Cess Mutungi has a long and gloried history as one of the most popular and fascinating radio presenters in Kenya’s entertainment industry.

The lady who has worked at many different media houses over the years has been blessed with longevity in an industry that either eats you or treats you like royalty.

One reason for that is her boldness, honesty, perseverance and steadfast belief in herself. In a recent interview with the new Drive co-host, Cess was a ball of fun who disclosed some captivating insights into who she is.

The 50-year-old mother of one spoke about the things that she likes and dislikes with many varied interests that surprised me.

The dark-skinned curvy and beautiful woman admitted that her first love was cars, a definite shock to me, I must admit.

But that wasn’t all, Miss Mutungi said that she was also a Taekwondo enthusiast whose music tastes are as eclectic as she is. “I love Kamba music, soul, jazz, techno, and house,” the new Drive show host enthused.

She explained that the colours she loved matched her bubbly personality but that while she was big on having great skin she didn’t like make-up.

What was also interesting about Cess was her taste in food. She admitted that while her favourite food was fish she DOES NOT eat ugali, cabbage and sweet potatoes. What! You read that right!

And guess what? Cess is also a comic aficionado saying that she liked popular British strip Andy Capp and Kenyan flavour and classic, Bogie Bender.

Catch more of the charismatic and exciting Cess as she and Mike Mondo host a new Drive show starting tomorrow at 3 PM.

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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.”

Adding

“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”

Maina Kageni’s brand new 2020 BMW X6

Yes, you heard it here first. Maina Kageni has been spotted receiving the brand new BMW X6

He is believed to be the the first owner of this car in East and Central Africa and we think he deserves it.

Unfortunately, Maina doesn’t like to show off so it will be difficult to see him in the streets with this car.

Specifically, the BMW Maina Kageni owns is the BMW X6  xdrive 40i 2020

At the writing of this article, Maina could not be reached for comment.

Here are some photos exclusively obtained by classic105.com

Maina Kageni with the 2020 X6
Maina Kageni with his 2020 X6

 

Maina Kageni with the 2020 X6
Maina Kageni with his 2020 X6

 

Maina Kageni with the 2020 X6
Maina Kageni’s 2020 X6

 

Maina Kageni's 2020 X6
Maina Kageni’s 2020 X6

 

Maina Kageni's 2020 X6
Maina Kageni’s 2020 X6

‘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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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.’

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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 Kenyan men are not open to the option of remarrying

 

Many Kenyan men are anti a second marriage based on confessions made on the Classic morning conversation.

The men are skeptical all because ‘we are being harassed’.

Size 8 had been warned not to marry ‘broke’ Dj Mo

Many men expressed frustration and say after giving it their all, it’s still not working so they are letting things go.

For instance this caller amused many with his personal experience

these people they are like devils given chances natoka mbio kama Usain Bolt, if given a chance I would take off, she is moto ya kuotea mbali, yani she is controlling like a remote, noma sana, I would leave her in a heartbeat

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couple pics

Another compared his relationship to being in jail.

You know I was in such a union, I was oppressed, she used t spend my money with her mother, now she left me to go to Canada with our kids, to look for money, I am happy with it because she was a thorn in my flesh, I used to earn, she would eat all my cash

Hell No!! Kenyan men reveal why they would never marry a socialite

Here are more comments from men who have been there, done that and will never remarry.

@ItsMainaKageni
why must there be a question hata ukirudi from your normal duty. If you buy a new perfume. They must still ask uliskia ikinukia kwa nani?
@Classic105Kenya
hata ukiwa mgonjwa utaulizwa kwanini uko mgonjwa.

Young man dating an old woman
@kipskiplagat..
Maina if you think there is something good in marriage you are in for a rude shock, hao watu wanavumilia sana. Rules zao are worse kuliko ya matiangi
@ItsMainaKageni

Caller: “These women are crazy Maina! I’m married but If am given a chance to walk away I would run.” #MainaAndKingangi

‘Marry someone you trust’ Kenyan man brags about leaving estate to wife

@McEan_..
There’s a Place in Proverbs that says “..It is Better for a Man to Sleep on the Roof of His House that to share a Bed with a Quarrelsome Woman..”
This is the Source of all Problems, KELELE
@Classic105Kenya
#MainaAndKingangi
@jairus_nyakagwa..
Maina we are in tears tunateseka am being forced to call everyday at 10pm #MainaAndKingangi

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Young-woman-dating-older-man

@Kamau_WaNjabini..
@ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya maina marring was the biggest mistake i made vitu kwa ground ni tofauti sana we seem happy in our marriage lakini ingia hapo ndio utanjua hunjui.
#MainaAndKingangi

 

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Kingangi teases Maina Kageni mercilessly about Man Utd

 

United’s miserable form continued with a defeat away to Newcastle and among its fan is Classic 105’s Maina Kageni.

Man Utd have high hopes with their next game coming up against heated rivals Liverpool.

On Monday Kageni was trolled mercilessly by co host Mwalimu Kingangi about the teams disappointing results this past weekend.

After losing 1-0 at second-bottom Newcastle United, thereby failing to win an 11th straight away game and extending the club’s worst start to a season in 30 years, Kingangi had a good laugh.

Kingangi declared ‘Manchester United needs prayers, hakuna mtu watafunga. Mtafungwa hapa hata mufungwe na Shabana FC. I was hoping to catch Ferguson watchign whle chewing his gum, he wasn’t there zilipendwa hahaha those days of Rud Van Nistelroy, those days of theatre of dreams. Next wait you will see’.

Maina added ‘aki that team, do you know who we are playing next? 

man u fans trolled

Maina sounded tickled by the funny comments and was very optimistic despite the defeat.

Mwalimu trolled him further adding

‘Mtafungwa saba’

Here are more reactions from fans online using the hashtag
@george_dabira..
The way Man Utd are going down, they will soon discover oil 😂😂😂😂

 

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I struggle with all the bills, yet I am married to a wealthy man

Money is threatening to ruin the marriage of one city mum who ranted to Maina Kageni how stingy, yet generous her husband is.

She began her story saying

My husband does not even give me a single coin

I don’t expect a man below my standards to approach me

The husband routinely spends big bucks on his friends in the club, but not a coin to foot bills at home.

and even at home when we have problems he doesn’t give me a coin, even when I’m broke, but he has all the time to chew miraa and buy people drinks, and has never told me take this money and go buy our kids food, etc

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He out earns her yet she carries the financial burden at home

‘he can’t even give me one bob yet he is earning four times my salary, for instance in the supermarket he will make me return things from the trolley,

 

My husband eloped with a cucu slay queen because I don’t wear makeup

Dear Classic 105 fam, how d you split expenses with your man? Share some tips, you could save someones marriage from crumbling.

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Maina Kageni defends Huddah and Vera Sidika from trolls

 

Huddah Monroe and Vera Sidika are undoubtedly living the glam life online, and are the envy of many.

Girls want to be like them, and the guys, well…they just want to hit it.

They are also subject to online trolls slam them for a life that seems to be funded by ‘sponsors’ (their words not mine).

Huddah posing in white
Huddah posing in white

The extent of the online trolling they receive has been noticed by Maina Kageni.

Maina Kageni reveals who he would marry between Huddah and Vera Sidika (Audio)

Maina is taking on trolls saying

do you even know what they do for a living? why do people call them names,verasidikainreddress

 

Vera and Huddah have earned a huge following posting photos wearing designer items, and somehow some of the fans provoke them into responding to all sorts of online abuse.

The two are shamed for their lifestyle which Maina says is no excuse for bullying

Must you assume that there is someone paying for their lifestyle?

Trolls and haters are an unfortunate fact of life on the Internet.

Other celebrities who are constantly forced to defend themselves are Anerlisa Muigai, Akothee, Dj Pierra Makena among others.

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‘If you are broke humble yourself’ woman tells men

 

Are you a woman with standards to keep and insists that a man must level up?

A conversation of women not settling for any broke man seemed to have touched a  raw nerve with men.

It all went down on Wednesday during the Maina and Kingangi morning show, after the musings of one women.

She told the co hosts that

Kenyan men are jealous, insecure, and stingy 

She was of the opinion that alot of men want women to settle for any man that is presented to them.

That’s the main problem, they are so insecure they are stingy so they want you to stay plain and I wish they would change their attitude, your woman should look good,

She is urging queens to stop settling narrating her experience

I has a man who always criticized me, oh ati my lipstick is too much, and when i look ashy he is very happy for me. He only used to give me money for food, and even that was tightly budget for lest I get extra money for makeup. He didn’t give me money to look good, it was all my effort.

She concluded saying ‘your king is worth the wait’.

Ladies should you compromise your standards just to be with any man? Drop your comments below.

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I don’t expect a man below my standards to approach me

 

Kenyan women don’t expect men with lower standards to approach them.

Call them gold diggers or what you want but Kenyan women know what they want and will not lower their standards for anyone.

Mwalimu Kingangi was shocked when a woman called to contribute to the Maina and Kingangi show, confessing that she looks like a million bucks and expects a man to level up to her standard.

 

She said she feels insulted when a poor man who wants to date her approaches her

‘you attract what you are. I look expensive so I attract expensive, if you look 300 bob you attract 300 bob, but if you look 60 thousand you attract 100 thousand.’

The mathematics is very simple to her, and asks broke men not to cheat themselves that they can get with classy girls.

She added

 I feel disrespected when man below my standard approaches me, men need to be sure what standards are here, standards have to be met, we are not out here to play games with men down there, they should travel the world,  that’s why Nigerian men are dating Kenyan women coz they know the class.

One adent fan responded with her opinion

@moniqueKimm..
#MainaAndKingangi That’s why every man should match his standards,don’t go for a woman you can’t afford to maintain. You want a good looking lady but you dont want to provide in order for her to look nice?If you cant appreciate her just keep to your lane!!
@ItsMainaKageni

Another said

You know men ask for a date, then want you to appear so good, nice hair, smelling nice, wearing expensive shoes, they want you to look good but don’t want you to know where you get money to look so good, what is wrong with Kenyan men?

Dear Classic fam, should Kenyan men learnt o stay in their lane? Drop your comments below.

 

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The ultimatums Kenyan women have given ‘lazy’ spouses

 

Women have revealed their thoughts on unemployed spouses and it’s pretty harsh.

Mwalimu Kingangi on Friday started a very interesting conversation about role responsiblibites in terms of money, noting that ‘a woman will rememeber the first time she gave you 50 bob.’

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He was upset that many wives have been bragging about paying bills and outing men who are unemployed. He figured that women are not understanding that unemployment is a temporary situation, and this men should be respected.

Mwalimu said

You will never hear a man say how he paid bills but when a woman does pay bills for a man, she will announce it to the world, t will be front page news, you are telling the entire world how you are helping your husband, why do women have to announce. Do you know you would rather take money from a shylock than ask a wife for money. 

So Maina sought to know from ladies: why are you like that? Is it that you feel unappreciated, is it that you feel that you do so much for this man and it’s not appreciated?

Let’s have this chat ladies, and be honest. Women opened up with all sorts of accusation you need to read below:

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Woman caller: God did not say women should provide and that is why we complain, we are not bragging, she is saying you are just another bugger, if you are useless man one day you shall be called bugger

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Another woman concurred noting that

we are living with Kenyan men that are bums, we are paying all bills and they they have nothing to say because they are doing nothing, why should I be paying his bills? I have a man I supported for ten years. I left the bugger,  I  took him to school I paid his fees, I paid the mortgage and all he does is wear a nice suit, buy nyama choma, and entertainment friends, what will he say he did for his family? Nothing!!!

Dear Classic fam, are these women being petty or are their grievances justified? Drop us your comments.

 

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