Mwalimu Kingangi sat silently staring at Maina Kageni after a woman recounted a horrifying rape ordeal in the hands of a thug.
The mind boggling experience saw Maina and Kingangi leave the studio, shaking, but with promises to help her.
Let me catch you up to speed about what happened.
The co hosts were speaking about why bystanders watch as someone is beaten or robbed in Kenyan streets.
A female caller narrated that at 16, a rape ordeal has left her scarred for life.
The rape survivor moved Maina and Kingangi to tears forcing them to leave the studio immediately to catch their breath.
‘I live in Mathare where a notorious gang member bet me senseless. I ran to a group of men to help me, but instead the man removed money, gave them and they demanded that I leave with him to his house.
I left and he beat me in the process, I tried running but he dragged me and hit me, and he took me to his house and I was raped the whole night.
She adds why she did not put up a fight, and instead lay down frozen in shock and frightened
Do you know the ghetto life, ladies there are vulnerable I was 16, then I was raped the whole night and the friends came knocking on the door, it’s like they were to go somewhere. So I begged him to tell them to go away because I didn’t want them to know I was in his house because I would have been gang raped. In the morning he went to the shops, and I heard a child outside and begged them to open the door for me to run away. To date I hate men who force me into se3, even if he was shot I always swished he could have been mob justiced. I have never healed, I can’t keep a man for long. The moment he wants to force me into anything I remember the rape, I wish those men could have helped, but instead they left me to go with a rapist, and I haven’t healed I’m usually bitter, it’s painful ( she cries) it’s very painful, but….
It was at this moment that Maina and Kingangi gasped and chocked for air.
The call was ended by the rape survivor, and the two took a break.