Maina Kageni was reacting to men not communicating well to their women and assuming that women know what they mean.
Women have complained about men who also don't tell them sweet little nothings. "Apparently Kenyan men don't know how to communicate. This includes even saying things like I love you," said Maina.
Adding, "Kenyan men don't communicate. Fellas, this what makes women turn the other way because when was the last time you told your wife you love her? The last time you kissed her on her forehead?"
A listener, Governor Kahuho said, "Women need time and alot of attention..treat her like she is the only thing you lack in your life,babish her she'll love you to death. And that's what most men lacks.. Acha tukae na mabibi zenu coz you don't know what women want..words has power."
Another listener said "What men don't know is that those words they see as useless are important to a lady's ear as ladies react from first hearing the words then emotionally get attached, and act accordingly. Spoken words means alot to a lady then followed by his actions towardsher"
Mwalimu King'ang'i added "Maina I think you live in wonderland! When you get married and have kids things change. This is the reality of things!"
Check out Tweeps' reactions;
Fredirick Makaua: If I say I love you I mean it There is no need of me assuring you on daily basis that I love you you will take the word love for granted and start mis using it I love you is a seasonal wor
Baba Africa: Maina mtu akiambiwa I love you atashiba??I love you won't bring food to the table,Vitu ya wazungu tuachie wazungu not us...Will I love you pay fees and rent?? Continue brainwashing this daughters of jezebel..
Njeri Ngunu: Yesterday we talked about 'Kukula fare' and what men expect when they send you money. Assuming that women know what they mean. Apparently Kenyan men don't know how to communicate. This includes even saying things like I love you.
Jennifer Kanyiri: What men don't know is that those words they see as useless are important to a lady's ear as ladies react from first hearing the words then emotionally get attached, and act accordingly. Spoken words means alot to a lady then followed by his actions towardsher #MainaAndKingangi. Love relationship need to be spiced up everyday otherwise it'll dim and that's how you'll find partner going to look for it out there, work for it from within yourselves and all will be goo
Sue Mathai: Wooooi maina no need for this discussion our men sorry there men are very useless. I've tried two men in my lifetime and iwill never ever try another one BUREE kabisaaa let me concentrate with finding money and enjoy my single life iam 29 and am okay
Bonnie Meja: Ati kiss kwa forehead? mapenzi ya wazungu hiezi nipee stress bure
Micheal Mich: Understanding women nowadays is like buying a book and find its all blank pages. Everyone in a relationship should try to be appreciative the little thing the other brings.
Sheldon Shapaya: Think both spouses should try their best to retain love In their marriage despite watoto #MainaAndKingangi
Simba Ya Luvini: Love transform to the kid but as a real man / woman you should maintain it to your spouse# MainaAndKingangi. Maina ni pesa wanataka ama kuambiwa " l love you " ?? Ladies tell us # MainaAndKingangi
Christine Lemiso: I agree that Kenyan men don't know how to communicate, but not all. It's a learning process. For the last 4 years, every single day I get I love you text, a call and always says in the morning and the evening. We have to learn some things.
Elly Ouko: That stranger (probably married or dating) who is sweet or tells you sweet nothings I get my left ball does not tell those to his person....so nothing serious hapo
Mathews Mutua: maina dont lie to yourself.kenyan women are only turned on by money,nothing else,be a milionare they see you as the most dark ,tall and handome guy
Osati Whitney: Whereas men are visual humans women emotions are easily triggered by what we hear. An "I love you" will put a smile on my face the whole day.
Shereen; Communication matters but again mkono mtupu haulambwi
Christine Lemiso: I agree that Kenyan men don't know how to communicate, but not all. It's a learning process. For the last 4 years, every single day I get I love you text, a call and always says in the morning and the evening. We have to learn some thing