Maina Kageni in a red shirt

Do Kenyan men understand the meaning of being given a second chance asks Maina Kageni

Yesterday in some peoples eyes, a miracle happened and that was Esther Arunga who was staring down at 25 years in prison for admitting to lying to police.

People reckon she has been through enough, and needed a second chance.

Maina Kageni reacted to her 10 month sentence saying

That’s what you call a second chance and I want to ask a question coz Kenyans take so much for granted. Do Kenyans understand the meaning of a second chance. Do men understand the meaning of being given a second chance?

He contnued pointing out second chances are important

The biggest culptirts are men. You mess up and she keeps forgiving you and taking you back and you just don’t get it.

Ladies have you ever given a man a second, third and fourth chance and he just doesn’t get it. Do we understand the value of a second chances, do we understand the value of forgiveness.

Do men get it? This is the weekend you will disappear this weekend and reappear on Monday with the same excuse.

Why don’t men get the idea of a second chance guys?

What’s your story?

@moniqueKimm..

@ItsMainaKageni You keep calling a man when you’re newly wed but as time goes by these men harden us,second chances don’t exist any more cause they take your love for granted!That’s why women are giving up cause u can’t be lied on forever!

@Classic105Kenya#MainaAndKingangi

@pieremutongah27…

Replying to @kipskiplagat @Classic105Kenya and @ItsMainaKageni

Sometimes you just have to lie coz that’s what they want to hear. Lie when its necessary not always. Dont tell her everything also. 🙊🙊🤭🤭 #MainaAndKingangiv

@AnzigaleMike..

The saying, “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me” has always stood true in my mind, especially when it comes to relationships.

@itsmainakageni @classic105kenya #mainaandkingangi

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