Revealed: 6 best careers in Kenya to make millions fast and easily

Kenya is a booming economy, that is, for certain careers. If you are looking for careers that involve hard work and grit, then this isn’t the list for you.

This one is for the Kenyans who want to make a load of cash the easy way, and party at Kiza and B-Club with their fellow rich people.

Without much ado, let us begin:

1.Hackers

Last year, the Star newspaper reported that one of the country’s five biggest banks lost Sh200 million to hackers in one month.

Last week, it was reported that Timothy Kang’arua of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) allegedly devised an intricate scheme to defraud the I&M bank of Sh41 million  using its login credentials in the Safaricom web portal.

How is that for quick money? Lakini usishikwe!

2. Wash wash

In 2016, The Star reported about how Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi confessed that he had lost more than Sh11 million to con groups. They told the MP they could multiply money.

Oscar Sudi
Oscar Sudi

Sudi said:

I fell victim to the con groups f you ask me they deserve every cent of the money they are makingf you ask me they deserve every cent of the money they are makingf you ask me they deserve every cent of the money they are makingand was left with the fake currency, which I just had to dispose of.

This profession is very lucrative, but can land you powerful enemies as you are mostly preying on the high and mighty.

3. Working as a receptionist

This one is the big Kahoona, with the most uplifting of prospects for those seeking the lavish living life. in 2018, many Kenyans were shocked when they found out that a receptionist, Fredrick Sagwe Onyancha who worked for the NHIF, had bought houses worth Sh160 million on a salary of 150k a month!

Fredrick Sagwe Onyancha
Fredrick Sagwe Onyancha

Yep. Miracles do happen!

4. Mimicking top leaders’ voices

Last week, the story of how some crafty individuals were able to con Sameer billionaire Naushad Merali went viral. The band of thieves made a cool 80 million shillings in one huge con.

Let that sink in. Getting Sh80 million by just impersonating the president on a phone call!

5. Tenderpreneurs

This is usually a young person, mostly male, who has made an extraordinary amount of money from a government contract, mostly for supplying a product or service.

Often a tenderpreneur is a well-connected individual who can be found in the numerous bars along Kiambu Road. One wonders when they work as they are most often partying?

6. Become a pastor

Why not? No taxes are paid and you will have a gullible audience that will give you their money just because you invoke the name of God. And no oversight! What’s not to like? Think Pastor Kanyari of the Sh310 fame.

A disclaimer: do be ready to spend time behind bars if you get caught and if you aren’t, prepare yourself for a life of ‘catch me if you can’ games with the authorities.

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Kenyans narrate the worst financial decisions that affected their life

 

Let me just dive into this real quick by telling you my mistake.

In my twenties I invested my saving (Yes, at this age I had some cash) into the deci scheme, coz I figured everyone was making mad cash, well I lost it all and was broke.

No Money, nada. I kick myself upto this day having believed this garbage, now I’m adopting a frugal’er lifestyle. But on the real guys, how do you learn and grow? By making mistakes that becomes your life lesson. So no more stupid spending for me.

Anyho let’s get into some of the biggest and worst financial decision ever made by Kenyans according to the thread.

The thread was began by KOT @marigathoithi, who gave several examples of the mistakes he made.

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@MarigaThoithi

I bought a phone worth a full month of my salary years back. A Nokia E5 Face with tears of joy

An old car that cost me more than half the sale price in repair costs. A few months was all I needed to learn my lesson. It was the financial equivalent of paying school fees in a small private school

His second mistake?
Working without a down payment had me lose 250,000 on a job last year. Contracts are sometimes just pieces of paper. Money is king

Here’s the third one. This one I wept for him.

Oh and financing a full week’s holiday with someone’s daughter while unemployed at the time Face with tears of joyGrimacing faceGrimacing faceGrimacing face

This someone’s daughter later, when I was broke asked me why I didn’t save and make better choices and how I would have kept my household going if we were married

Below are details of peoples decisions and how it impacted them. Drop your comments too. We would love to help you weep.

Morris_Aron..
Bitcoins. Didn’t know when to exit when the bubble bursted. I lost 5m and went into depression

Money
Money

@Nrora_..
One day i bought Iphone 7+ pale OlX. Told the seller we meet at kfc ya tao. Asked to pay via mpesa, he said cash only. Went and withdrew 50k, gave me the phn went home. It was on bat low, Once home i charged it, kuwaka,it had the samsung open tune. Aki machosi tu! 50k gone hivo 2

@Kalasinga_..
I think spending 100,000 to just boost the car’s performance and the difference wasn’t that mind blowing.

@shikuanne..
Bought someone’s son a bracelet worth some shillings… He turned around and gave it to his other girlfriend…

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@sirajmithwani..
Used to import cars to sell .. managed to get bank financed clientele and it all went smoothly until I got one client through a showroom (Timez Cars) next to Mater Hops sth B. Usually I’d give the logbook copy to the financier and they have to change transfer the logbook before..

@sirajmithwani..
Issuing payment. So I handed in the copy to the showroom who were facilitating the sale and left the vehicle at the showroom. Got a down payment for it and kept on following up for the balance. 2 months later I arrive at the showroom only to find nothing but the DCI guys there..

@miss_baraza..
Taking a loan from a bank… two months later, i was fired from work. I saw fire! Moved back to my parents house. Started from zero again. Had to do odd jobs just to pay up my loan. To this day, i don’t know how i recovered. Wah.

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@Muchiri_ndarau..
Buying an apartment of plan afew years back a cool 900k “drank water”
Developer disappeared without a trace upto this day. I see houses being advertised of plan nakumbuka pesa yangu my diaphragm collapses

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Here are red flags for the phrases used in job advertisements

Someone has analyzed the hidden meaning in certain job descriptions to help you in your journey job seeking.

Recruiters always want to paint a rosy picture of their company, but a youtuber has come out to dispel all those meanings below.

The Financial Diet wrote ‘Job descriptions aren’t always as transparent as they would like us to think often times creating more confusion, than clarity. That is why its important to ask questions that chirp away at the face value of keywords like ‘what are the day to day tasks /responsibilities that this job entails? How does this company promote work life balance?’

She also added ‘while prospective employers are scoping out the right fit for them, you’re equally entitled to information from them in order to make the right decision for you’

Here are keywords and their hidden meaning below from the contributions of her fans:

  1. Opportunity for rapid growth Translation could mean: your entire depart could quit at any second. Then we’ll force you to quit as well.

2. Opportunity for rapid growth Translation could mean: you’re expected to learn a ton of stuff to keep your job, but we’re not going to provide you with any training or guidance.

3. A fast paced environment Translation could mean:The job is actually 3-5 jobs in unpaid overtime

4. This company is like a family Translation could mean: Your loyalty will be questioned if you ever ask for a raise

5. Unlimited paid vacation day Translation could mean: No one ever takes their paid vacation days

6. Self motivated to succeed and manage ambiguity Translation could mean: we’re not entirely sure what we want and will give you little to no direction or support while figuring that out.

 

Dear classic 105 fam, do you agree with these interpretations?

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Corazon Kwamboka marks 5 years as an advocate, mulls return to career

 

Corazon Kwamboka is reminiscing her short stint as an advocate of the high court.

In a sweet note to encourage herself, Corazon noted its been five years since she graduated and practiced law for only six months.

’21/11/16 Happy anniversary, 5 years since I became an Advocate of the High Court. After this I only practiced for 6months.Lately I’ve been having this desire to get back into practice, I’ve travelled to more than 25 countries, seen the world and lived my life, I’ve experienced everything I ever dreamed of, I’m older now and ready to do something I wanted to do since I was a little girl.

 

Corazon and baby daddy Frankie Just Gym It are gearing up for the birth of their second child very soon. They already have a son.

Congratulations tot he happy couple

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Tips: 10 Best ways to safeguard your ambitions

We all have ambitions, the difference is the degree and level to which we are willing to go to be successful.

These can be easily killed especially when surrounded by negative people. However there are various ways of protecting them.

They include;

Be kind

Always be ready to learn and be corrected in case you are wrong. Ambitious people are always kind and humble.

Stay focused

Always avoid people that will drain your energy towards your goals. You have to be positive minded and focused to achieve your ambitions.

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Avoid comparison

Never compare yourself with other people because people are never the same. Never strive to be like someone who is much more qualified than you. This might kill your dreams and hopes hence may kill your dreams.

Have a you time

Create time for yourself once in a while. This will help you have a preview on how far you are fairing on with life and make amends in case of mistakes.

Faith

Have faith in yourself and believe in all the efforts you make towards achieving your goals. You are the first source of motivation before anyone else in your life.

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Do not backbite people

If you want great things to happen to you, then you should wish the same for others. Never talk about other people behind their backs or judge them because it might also happen to you. Use other people’s challenges as a lesson in your life to make something better.

Make wise decisions

Take time when making your decisions to prevent cases of regretting your actions. Never make decisions when you are either so excited or angry.

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Set attainable goals

Set goals that are reasonable and can be achieved. When you set goals that are far much your standards, chances are that you will eventually quit.

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Always be time conscious. Manage your time well and spend all your time in doing constructive work that brings positive impact to you.

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Woman shares 10 red flags that the job your applying for is a scam

 

A Twitter user has pretty solid way of identifying if that kajobo you are excited about is fake.

Twitter user @CareerCoach @Miss Phiona shared 10 eye opening red flags you should be aware about and we love this thread.

She says there are job descriptions which outright tell that something isn’t right.

Here are the 10 signs that a job is probably a SCAM:

1. You are asked to pay money. This is the BIGGEST red flag, any job that requires you to pay money e.g. admin fees, background checks etc. is often a scam.

2. Dream jobs that sound too good to be true and have exaggerated salaries and benefits.

3. Very simple job requirements – everyone qualifies to apply.

4. Getting a job offer immediately after applying.

5. There is pressure for you to act quickly in accepting the offer. (This is so you don’t get adequate time to research the legitimacy of the job.)

6. Being asked for personal information upfront e.g. your banking details, identity documents.

7. Getting a job without an interview or proper screening.

8. Unprofessional communication and badly written emails.

9. Companies using free email addresses (e.g. yahoo and gmail) is usually a red flag though not always.

10. Little to no info about the company online.

 

Dear Classic 105 fam, have you found this thread useful and do you have additional things we should all look out for?

Drop your comments below.

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Female Kenyan mortician with honest videos of working in funeral home

 

Ann Mwangangi is a female Kenyan who does videos about being a mortician and explains what it’s like to work with the dead, their family members and even misconceptions about her life in the line of duty.

Ann also honestly exposes some things people expect her to do in her line of work like releasing a body in dispute. In one video, she shares how dangerous it is when she receives two burial permits claiming to bury the same person because he had two wives.. She advises “go have an agreement in court I wont partake in your family feuds meanwhile I hold the body until you reach a consensus. I have a brother depending on me. I can’t go to jail”

@annmwangangi2019##funny ##yourmortician ##fyp ##reallife

♬ Danger (Been So Long) (feat. Nivea) – Mystikal

Ann goes by the user name annmwangangi2019 with 20k followers.

In another story, she tells how a body is brought to her and expected to take it without a police report “hello madam we have collected a body with gunshot wounds but we haven’t informed the authorities”  She writes ‘it’s dangerous I don’t want to end up in Prison.

 

@annmwangangi2019##foryou ##fyp ##yourmortician♬ Dangerous – Jah Prayzah

The hardest task while working at a funeral home?

Her bio says she is here to serve dignity. In one video, she addresses rumors that they have nightmares.

She tells people who think morticians are not sober that ‘she is always sober’. Another question is do you get nightmares, which she answers ‘nop’ and fear of death? Ann tells fans ‘nop’.

Ann shares how much she loves her job, assuring that it isn’t as gruesome as Kenyans think but there are some emotionally difficult tasks she has to do

 

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Our dream careers Vs now! Did you become what you always wanted to be

When you were growing up, what profession did you intend to pursue and has it worked out?

Most people don’t become what they dreamed of being as a kid

People online are reliving their childhood dream jobs and how their dreams changed as they grew up.

And from the hilarious discussion, people say their lives have taken a different path.

The confessions were prompted by a Twitter thread below from @AdesuaEtomiW who asked:

What profession did you think you were going to go into when you were younger and what profession are you in now?

@Scillapoint
Medicine and Surgery. Now sew and customise clothes after studying linguistics.good.woman.working.office

@tony2amoh
Medical doctor, couldn’t pay admission so now a teacher.

@Samsoknight234
Replying to
@AdesuaEtomiW
I thought I would be a footballer, now I’m into poultry

@_Gafwayne
An Actor.. and a movie producer. But now am and Architect and a graphic designer..

Am still gonna make my ways into the industry by his grace

@samohta3
Neurologist. I just read interesting articles on the subject now.

Work in the elevator industry. That’s all I will say.workplace

@AustinePope2
A Footballer now a Sales Representative

@IbrahimTeewhy
A banker

Now a warehouse supervisor.

 

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My wife has been lying about earning Sh16k instead of Sh32k

Ladies you are ninjas and men do you know you are married to billionaires hiding cash? was how Mike Mondo introduced the Tubonge Tuesday topic.

This he said after a conversation with a woman in hospital about lying about her salary.

“Yesterday I went to the hospital, and in the waiting room I started talking to a woman who said for the past ten years she has been hiding her real salary and using a fake pay slip to show her husband. She has made her husband believe she earns 100k a month when in reality she earns 300k”

Is it wise to tell your partner how much you make?

Would you tell your partner ho much money you earn? ama hio ni siri yako? Mike asked listeners who responded with different opinions. A female caller slammed spouses who hide their pay saying this will present difficulties in case of emergencies.

“utakosa kuambia your better half uambie nani what if something happens to you who will follow up on your cash? your children will suffer because of your silence”

 

A husband who found about his wife lying about her salary through her KRA tax returns narrated how sad he is.

He told Mike on the Tuesday morning conversation July 20th that

“Nasikia uchungu. Last night I found her KRA tax returns and to be sincere it is painful. She has always told me she is struggling financially earning only sh16,00 when her actual pay is h32,000. I feel pain but she has always lied for the last four years. You can see everything in the house I have struggled to buy and yet she can help hata gas I get home she can’t buy. I’m feeling bad because she never disclosed it. It’s not that I need her share but to know the capability she can do in the house, it will reduce my burden, mike  I don’t have any savings na I do everything and when y0u tell her to do something she says she doesn’t have any money ati she is paid kidogo.”

 

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We all quit! Burger King employees leave note for management on banner

 

The American food industry is in a crisis and discussions online are that people are fed up with poor pay and terrible work conditions.

So much so that all employees of a Burger King franchise wrote they had quit on a banner outside to tell customers to go elsewhere because they had all quit.

A picture of the message on the banner has gone viral online and comments to support their move shared.

According to the manager Rachel Flores , the kitchen was understaffed, with employees having to work 50-60 hr weeks. The kitchen also had no air conditioning, reaching over 90 degrees. A worker was hospitalized for dehydration, but dismissed that she is exaggerating. So they all decided to quit enmass.

@driippydavid..don’t blame them

@DougLyfe..and by tomorrow the whole staff is replaced. happy for them though, quitting an awful job is so liberating.

@JBoatwater..If only. I’ve tried to go to the nearest BK to my house 3 times in the last month and it’s always closed cause they don’t have enough staff. Nobody wants to work these bullshit jobs anymore. Can’t blame them for that either.

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My friends job shamed me for using a mkokoteni to hustle

 

A woman’s experience of job shaming by people she called her friends prompted a discussion under her story thread on Twitter.

The twitter user @Anyiti Nanyama who is currently a CEO for a firm called crystalafrica.co.ke, opened up below.

According to the web, Job shaming is when you make someone feel that what they do is less important or less significant based on your own values and interpretations.

She continued that she did not let that humiliation destroy her but instead shook it off “today my darlings I employ 150 people and i am able to provide myself an amazing life. I am grateful I didn’t stop.”

She also added that

“the best lesson I have learnt is not to be bitter about the rough times in business. They may be tough, but you my darling are tougher”

People responded with their own experiences of job shaming and these include:

@Cryptonait sympathized and narrated

·”Suddenly feeling so much better because somebody legit laughed at me the other day when she heard how hard I am struggling. But mine is on the way. This is bookmarked for when the day comes I speak these very words on this app about my own life.lord teach me patience na kunyamaza”

Another @roonious_dad wrote that
·”Kudos. Reminds me of when i sold this juala za kupack vitu after http://highschool.It was like a rumble in the bronx. Though i made good money out of it,i still quit it but atleast i started a different venture with it and am glad too it taught me alot.”
Dear Classic 105 fam,let this b a lesson that hakuna aibu kwa biashara.

5 career lessons everyone should know about the job market

“Work hard and get those good grades so that you get that perfect career job,” are some of the words that we have all heard in our years of growing up.

However, as you get into that job space you realize that not everything is on a silver platter like they once said.

So here are 5 lessons that  you need to know in the career world.

1. Success takes time

Success takes a lot of hard work and simply just sticking to your plan is very important.

Being happy in your career doesn’t come as easily as you think or just with a blink of an eye, reaching success takes time  and accepting this requires patience.

One more thing, success doesn’t happen by taking one bold leap. Don’t forget the little steps you take along the way, they may not seem much now,they may even seem insignificant  but years from now, you will be glad you took them.

 

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2. Even your best career will have its down sides 

Even on your worst days, that carer is still worth the try, it may have some down sides to it like working long shifts, little or small pay but that does not necessarily mean you have to quit that job.

Looking at the positive side to that job will help you know your initial goal and that is to work hard  reaching for that success.

 

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3. Your idea of a dream job can change

In the job industry, the idea of what you have in mind as a dream job can easily change. The truth is everyone deserves to love their career, but more importantly everyone has the ability to do so.

It won’t happen immediately, and along the way you might find that you are good at another career than the one you thought you were good at.

You may have thought that your career path was writing but you may find that you are also really good at anchoring.

 

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4. Career happiness require work

Ever been in a work environment and you see people leaving their work stations everyday with a smile of their face? Do you wonder why? Do you wonder what their secret is ? You may even think they got a work promotion  or won the lottery 365 days of the year.

Well the real secret is that people work hard to get to where they are .

Some may not have even loved the job when they stared but they persevered during all those low days and low paying jobs just to get to where they are.

5. You can create your own opportunities

In every job career, when it comes to making moves in our career, we tend to wait for permission. We wait for someone to show us all the ropes instead of going to get the experience yourself.

We wait to get job promotions and increase in salaries instead of working hard to acquire you own job/firm so as to become less dependent of that place to begin with.

It’s a trap we so easily fall into when in reality, we are the only ones who can give ourselves permission to do something.  You can accomplish much more in a team than by yourself of course, but do not let the absence of help pull you down.

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People call out CEO’s behavior that humiliated job applicants

6 people went in for an interview and were told to wait. And boy did they wait. Hours later most of them went running for the door.

A job interview is an interview consisting of a conversation between a job applicant and a representative of an employer which is conducted to assess whether the applicant should be hired. Interviews are one of the most popularly used devices for employee selection, according to Wikipedia.

However that doesn’t seem to be the case for a job interview so bad that most applicants walked out.

Someone has shared a job interview that was so horrible it has revived memories of some of the things employers ask candidate to do. SEE BELOW

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A screenshot of the job has gone viral, getting worldwide attraction and tons of empathetic comments, that suggested the prospective boss in this workplace is the worst.

Many said it’s an experience they can relate to while others offered advice as to what applicants should do faced with a similar situation.
jalenmosby
That job wasn’t for me. Period.

jay_t_challa
Sounds like a test to how much disrespect you can take. That is not respecting the interviewees time. People have kids, family and other obligations to attend to. Hopefully no one ever has to work for an Org that is this disrespectful to them!! ☝🏾

essebesje2
Wait a minute…6 people came and 3 left but then 2 got the job so…isn’t there somebody missing?? What happened to that person?

ayeitsheffe
What happen to the last person 😳…was he the boss!? Is this a test? Is this an interview 😫🤦🏽‍♂️

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yvonneevolving
I would have been gone. That’s a test of accepting inconsiderate, irresponsible and abusive behavior. It certainly not a sign of a professional organization. What if the person had other responsibilities like children to attend to?

gas.gold
First of all without a logical explanation I would’ve been gone by 7:45. Interviews are a 2way street I know my worth + if you can’t offer me professionalism + respect my time goodjollybye!! For you to now be coming to do “test of patience” on payday ?? People have bills to pay + things to do PERIODT Pooh.

Dear Classic 105 fam, have you heard of or experienced a job interview so horrible that the applicants had to walk out?

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Rufftone praises wife’s decision to sacrifice career for family

 

Krystal, wife of gospel artist Rufftone, is back to making music.The singer took a break from after her wedding to focus on her marriage and family.

Speaking to Word Is on Monday, Rufftone said he is thrilled at his wife’s decision.

“My wife had stopped singing because of family engagements. We were newlywed and children and spending time with each other took a chunk of our career,” he said.

Rufftone and wife Krystal

Adding

“She sacrificed and chose to concentrate on our marriage.

Once a singer always a singer. Once you have been bitten by [the] music bug you cannot avoid it and it has been burning in her since then.

Just because the family came does not mean her career entirely stopped.”

Rufftone said his wife has been longing to go back to producing music.

“I am the one who told her to come back but she also had wanted to. I am 1000 percent behind her because of the sacrifice she made for us and our family.

The guilt on my side was overwhelming. Nowadays women focus most on career and not family.”

Rufftone said nowadays it’s hard to find a wife who puts family before career, so when you find such a one you cherish her.

“When you get a wife who focuses on her family and not her career, it would be the most dishonourable thing not to support her,” he said.

Because of that, I am behind her. We are working on a project and it will be ready by 2020. Her fans have been committed to her and tell her [they’re glad] she is back.”

The two were in Dubai, where Krystal recorded the video of her new song.

The comeback video was shot at the 7-star Burj Al Arab hotel after the two attended a praise night hosted by Pastor Dill Kumar at Alnoor Centre.

The couple is blessed with two kids.

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10 things new mum’s worry about at workplaces that don’t offer lactation rooms

When new working moms return to work, they expect to continue breastfeeding their babies for several more months, but workplaces in Kenya make it difficult to do this.

That’s all about to change if your leaders get their act together.

Employers with 50 or more employees must provide a private space for nursing mothers to express breast milk for their babies, or face steep fines.

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That’s according to a new bill proposed by Muranga Women Rep Sabisn Chege who says

The Breastfeeding Mothers Bill of 2019 I tabled makes it compulsory for all persons who own, lease or rent buildings holding at least 50 people to provide a lactation room.

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She adds that

Those fined (Ksh.1M) for failure to provide lactation rooms will also pay Sh10,000 each day during which the offence continues until they put up the facilities.

Many breast feeding mums I spoke to revealed the challenges they go through with companies in Kenya that don’t provide these support services, yet expect new mums to work.

  • There is no private room allocated for new mums.
  • There is no sink with dish soap, hand soap, drying rack, paper towels and a storage cabinet to clean up pump accessories and bottles.o-BLACK-BABY-facebook

 

  • No comfortable chairs specifically suited for nursing mothers
  • A flat surface for a breast pump to rest, like a long countertop
  • No access to electrical outlets
  • No locks on the door that warns passers-by that the room is in use
  • No tissues and anti-bacterial wipes to clean up the flat surface
  • There is no small refrigerator for storing breast milk.
  • No microwave is allocated for steam-cleaning pump pieces (the mom will have a bag she places the pump parts into to steam clean)

Girls, what’s your horror story and how did you manage to breastfeed your child beyond the six months without facilities? Do share below this post.

Some of the company’s doing good at this end are Facebook, Deloitte, Pricewater Cooper, Unilever USA among others.

 

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Is it petty for a woman to remind a man she pays the bills? KOT share thoughts

 

 

People have shared their thoughts on being married to someone without a job, and the financial burden placed on them

Many resented their partner for putting more financical pressure on them.

Others revealed they gave their partner ultimatums.

Married women on Classic 105 shared their honest views on having an unemployed spouse, with many admitting they resent their partner.

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Here are some sample views from classic fans:

@LeleiKiplagat..
If she pay rent of one month it would be the talk of the Town for the whole year
We men take care of the pills in the house for decades but nobody would not know.

@kipskiplagat..
We are not that petty, maina we carry our responsibility and we don’t go back and count because if we do there is nothing women will have of their own

@weldonk41172938..
God is great I was waiting for such a topic kama yule alisema anaoshewa gari na bwana wake why don’t she ever thought of opening a business for him to do or even empower him in one way if she is okay upstars #MainaAndKingangi

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@itschuruiyot..
Goodmorning
most of these primary school teachers were educated by their men, if a lady buys you a Trouser that will be the talk in their meetings, ata bibilia inasema what the right hand gives the left hand should not know

@ItsTheMagician..
#MainaAndKingangiMen are like a cow which gives milk which feeds entire village and keeps quiet Women are like Hen which lays one egg and makes noise in the entire village. The egg can’t even feed two people

@jhorraceo..
@ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya A Real Woman NEVER utters such from Her mouth, thoughts & deep in Her. It shows disrespect, demean & immaturity.. That’s how women throw Blessings thinking they’re making themselves look better.
#MainaAndKingangi

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@LupakisyoM..
Kwanza nani anawaambia au kuwalazimisha wanawake kununua hayo magari au sijui rent? They do it willingly bila gun on their heads. Quit paying if you dont want otherwise shutter up, mnatupigia kelele hapa. Y’all gullible

@AlphasArapLagat..
So what? You loved him and you had sworn to be with him for better and worse. Why leave him anyway? It means that wasn’t true love. True love conquers all #MainaAndKingangi

 

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My husband of 8 years is lazy and won’t get a job

 

People go through rough patches in their lives sometimes. But how can you deal with a partner who doesn’t want to do anything about it?

On the Thursday conversation on Classic 105, a woman spoke about how she works and pays the bills while her jobless husband stays at home. She does all this without complaining, and insists they respect and love one another.

I supported my man for four years and we are still together, I understand if he has not had a job for four years, I give him transport money because he doesn’t have a job.

However this isn’t the case for another woman Keziah, who spoke of her untold suffering with a jobless man

The woman whose unemployed husband hasn’t attempted to return to the workforce took some drastic action.

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She kicked him to the curb saying

let me tell you these guys you don’t need to show him any peace, the man should be the provider, I kicked him out

I’ve been with my man for eight years, he was supportive and helping me until the day he lost this job, so I supported the guy and now it’s been two years and he does is cheat on me in the neighborhood.

She tried to stay positive and upbeat however tiem took it’s toll on her. She said

I believe for three years I also supported him. Let me tell you something about guys once you show them the comfortableness, they will take advantage of you, my husband used to be so hardworking now he has become lazy and sits at home all day, then goes to be with other women out there, he leaves home at 4pm and comes back past midnight, what is he doing, women should wake up.

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She has tried broaching the subject of his returning to work and the response ?

This bugger the only thing he knows how to do is go around roam outside with women, these guys you don’t need to show them any peace, I told him out nija (get out)

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Leave your accomplishments at the gate when you go home – Kingangi tells women

 

Women must constantly hide their achievements from their fragile husbands, according to Mwalimu Kingangi.

Mwalimu this morning wanted to discuss the responsibilities of successful women to their families. He felt that rich women are making their men feel like less of a man.

the husband to the late Joyce Laboso at her funeral said when Laboso came home to him, she used to leave all the titles and power trappings at the gate and would be his wife at home. Now tell me how many  powerful women can do that? I won’t mention names, you know them  and when she goes home she should be a wife and mother, make sure your husband is happy and make sure you do homework with the kids,

Here is his list of conditions for successful women to do at home

  • Be submisive
  • Hand over your salary
  • Cook for him

Just like Size 8, these women give their entire salaries to their husbands

One of the women on the show pointed out that a successful woman must remain humble in front of her husband so that he never feels threatened by her success. According to her, a woman shouldn’t gloat of her achievements, because it will belittle her husband. Instead, a woman must make her husband feel powerful by showing him how inferior she is.

 I earn more than him, he has all my ATM cards, some I have. I bought the house I educate the kids, once in awhile I cook, and this is my second marriage. why is she educating the kids? Because I’m in a better position, his salary wont allow the kids to go to the school I want, na pesa yake ananunua chakula

Maina Kageni rolled his eyes as far back as he could saying

ladies please listen to me if you let your husband get used to such situations of you paying all the bills, aki you have shown him bad manners

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