On the Thursday morning conversation it was all about the story of the Kiambu man who shot his wife dead after finding out she was pregnant yet he is impotent.
Johnathan Mukindi, 42, didn’t want children and Philomena Njeri, 30, became desperate for a family.
He never told her he was impotent. They even tried IVF. He knew it wouldn’t work. When she became pregnant, he knew she had a secret lover and he couldn’t live with the knowledge of betrayal.
Maina asked “Is there a love worth dying for?”
Mwalimu said “Leave if it’s not working”
Why is it so hard to walk away? Maina added” His friends never saw anything was wrong with him? he had suffered for years. That’s nuts. Mwalimu agreed adding that “If it’s not working then walk away. Hakuna haja” He told Maina.
Several men called in noting that men are weak and can’t handle such pressure. One told that “Do women know how weak we are? Na ndio unaona boy child amelemewa, nobody supports the boy child yet men are very weak even the highest, do women realizew e are very weak, only the smallest provocation andw e are finished and you keep pushign us to the corner”
Another told that “men are so weak we are like kids. Ask them if they know when their men are crying, but they don’t cry tears but anaeza ongea, and you are there pushing him to the limits”
Another had the same opinion “baba zuri hapa chairman wa south b, whatever mwalimu is saying is very true, we men are the weakest of all, men are o much depressed men have so much to carry”