Beloved celebrity couple Timothy Kimani (Njugush) and Celestine Ndinda (Wakavinye) have shared their two cents on gender-based/domestic violence following the baffling revelation that singer Avril made against baby daddy J Blessing among other cases that have made headlines in the recent past.
Speaking with SPM Buzz during H-art the Band's 10th anniversary Njugush highlighted that if two grown adults see they can not resolve their issues then they should amicably part ways.
The father of 2 maintained he doesn't see why anyone should resolve to violence maintaining regardless of the gender releasing your frustrations by beating up someone else was uncouth.
"I think one, gender-based violence must not happen! And not to just one gender... to everyone, to no one. It should never happen!
Two, if you cannot solve your issues, wachaneni kwa amani. Hakuna haja uchape mtu. Yaani mtu hakuwa anachapwa then ukuje kumchapia kwako and maybe they have even left better things at their place than you have at yours," the digital content creator voiced his sentiments.
He urged spouses and people experiencing such challenges in their relationships to consider moving out of arrangements characterized by violence.
"Time heals everything and as long as you are friends I don't think there is no issue you cannot settle," Njugush added.
His wife on her part shared that it broke her heart to still see such inhumane actions happening in this age and time noting that it breaks her heart witnessing gender-based violence.
Celestine went on to add that nothing good ever comes out of violence highlighting that the act needs to come to a stop.
"There is a certain feeling that I feel, not a good one, a bad one, when I see those things still happening especially in our generation, yenyewe tumeziona si poa. Nothing good comes out of it. So if we can stop GBV, tafadhali stop GBV," Wakavinye candidly voiced.