Today’s morning conversation was based on an article in the standard newspaper by Anne Muiruri which highlights the struggles single people go through.
According to Anne, single women are often bashed and victimized by family and friends over their status.
Mwalimu King’ang’i took the chance to express how sad he was that Maina Kageni is a bachelor .
Maina I really pity you. I don’t know how you survive we are constantly worried on whether you have eaten or not.
Even when you are sick we are constantly worried wondering whether umepona ama bado. We constantly pray ufanikiwe kupata mwanamke.
Maina who is a proud bachelor was quick to tell off Mwalimu King’ang’i adding that shocking as it may seem he is better taken care off than Kenyan CS’s.
I am well taken care of than most CS’s. My house is sparkling clean and I get to eat the best of cuisines.
I have hired someone and I am very OK being single.
Wakanai also calleda indvising Maina Kageni to change the kind of friends he hangs out with.
Change your friends especially your lady friends.
Start looking for slay queens so that you can start a life.Why are you calling those women you hang out with single?
They have been with men they have bore children wakaachwa.
Every Easter you refuse to go home because you grand mother will want to see your woman na hauna.
I can attest that you cry every day over your bachelor status.
You go to work at 5 am and if you were married your woman would be waking up at 4 am to prepare you for work. I don’t know if you have kept pets to wake you up in the morning.
Maina responds to Wakanai by stating
I have never ever cried because I am single
At one point they used to worship men before things