Maina Kageni expressed sympathy for a caller who shared their experience of being in an abusive relationship.
He highlighted the increasing number of cases of men facing abuse in relationships.
The caller revealed the challenges he faced when reporting the abuse, stating, "Alivunjwa mguu akaenda hospitali akareport police station akachekelewa.
The second incident he lost his teeth and it was still disregarded, akavunjwa mguu."
Maina posed a question, asking, "Where do men go or who do men go to when they are abused by their significant other? What action should men take in such cases?"
Reactions from listeners included;
Clinton Ngadi: "Tunaishi na awa wanawake ju ya #watoi peke yake no any other business"
Angela Muthoni: "GBV is so rampant in both gender and the best thing to do is walk out when you start seeing red flags. This means that you need to empower yourself long before you get into that marriage, should things go south, you'll walk out without turning back."
Jeniffer Kanyiri: "Let any man not tolerate to be abused by a woman,,he can leave that relationship/marriage for his own sake, if he feels ashamed to report to the authorities."
Michael Mich: "We keep talking of GBV but we concentrate mostly on one gender."
Bella Ndichu: "How do you even love someone who gives you a beating."
Tahii: "This is really messed up; we need to go back to the drawing board as a country."