‘I love Michelle Ntalami,’ Mombasa actor Dan Sonko opens up

Mombasa based actor Dan Sonko has refuted claims that he is in a romantic relationship with Marini founder Michelle Ntalami amidst speculation by the public.

According to Dan the duo only relate professionally and nothing more.

He however said he loved her given that she is a friend and a boss lady.

‘Please marry Michelle,’ A fan begged.

To which Dan Sonko responded

‘I am assuming you mean Michelle Ntalami. She is an amazing human being . We are married in business and I love my #BossLady to bits.’

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Michelle responded asking Dan to actualize the rumors and marry her in a white wedding.

 

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Dan lost his wife Dru Sonko after she suffered complications after giving birth to their second born child Darrel Sonko.

Before Dru passed away Dan had taken to social media in search of people who could donate blood for his lovely wife who was fighting for her life in the ICU.

Dan has been taking care of his two sons Djibril and Darrel with the help of his family members and they have indeed turned out fine.

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It’s rude to remarry before your wife is cold in the grave – Maina

Why do Kenyan men remarry so quickly after being widowed?

And how long should men wait to remarry after death of a spouse asked Maina during the Wednesday morning conversation.

Deep down, most women feel that men on their own are needier than women in similar circumstances, emotionally needier, and in greater need of conjugal support bringing up a family.

On Wednesday morning, Maina and co-host Mwalimu debated the matter.

This follows a question that arose after the burial of Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso.

One of her girl pals begged her husband to wait and honor her memory.

Maina sought to know: Why don’t Kenyan men cherish the memory of their late wives: why do they remarry in a month or two?

Mwalimu defended men saying there is pressure from society to fill that gap

We are weak, the people around us don’t give us peace, inakuanga ngumu to say it honestly the support mechanism makes it hard, like when you are invited for drinks by other men that’s when it starts, you know people are pushed, some women just throw themselves at you and you are not ready, so stop comparing men and women we are very different

Maina wasn’t convinced saying ‘Kenyan men mlirogwa’

how can you in such a very short time, bring another woman? Why do Kenyan men remarry so quickly, it’s like forget her she is gone? Have you no shame, it’s a matter of honor and respect, ladies you need to ask your husband today, how long will it take you to remarry if I die today?

The argument didn’t stop there over the matter, and Maina had his last word

It’s rude to remarry before your wife is cold in the grave, Maina shouted

and can you imagine the impact on the kids you have with her?

 

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‘We will see our children when we feel like it’ men tell side chicks

 

If you are a mpango wa kando stay in your lane ladies.

This was the message men asked Maina Kageni to pass on to Kenyan side chicks who feel they should be paid attention, just like wives.

Their message was

Please tell our ladies with whom we have children out there that we shall come into the lives of those children when the time is appropriate, don’t force the agenda,

That could be when they start schooling, that could even later in their life, don’t rush us.

Maina Kageni turned this into the morning conversation asking ladies if they were comfortable with the message.

Do you agree with them that men you have a child with and he is married with a family of his own, that his time is not your own, atakupimia masaa,

Do you understand where they are coming from ladies?

Several women called in responding with their own life stories with married men

One female caller shocked Maina when she said

It’s true, they will jipanga their time. Like for me nilipata ball and I never knew he was married, he came to see my child when he was two years and from then he comes when he feels like, he sees the child counted times, like four times in five years

And does he support his child financially?

No, maybe when he comes he says maybe nitalipa school fees, unamuwacha tuu, the first time when he say our child was when he was two years, you can’t force him, he will come when he feels like and say where is my daughter?

Another woman also concurred with her story

I have my man and he isn’t bothered being ther emotionally and financially, he has never seen our child. MMy baby is two years now, he has never seen her, he says when the time is appropriate, and when I was pregnant we were together, na kuzaa alikuwa, ehe,

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Should it matter how many men a woman has had before you asks Mike Mondo

 

 
Judging from online conversations and with friends, the question of lover statistics is as compelling as ever.

It is understandable to be curious what number you are but what will you do if you love this person?

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Too many men are still raised to see bedroom matters as crude competition, in which bedding a woman who has already had a lot of lovers counts less than scoring with a woman who is “hard to get.”

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But I think the average guy’s worry is simpler than that. The more men his girlfriend has slept with, the greater number of lovers to which she can compare his skills. It’s easier to win a contest against two than against 20, he figures. And even easier to rank first when he’s the only one to have ever played the game. No wonder so many men are obsessed with finding a virgin.

A woman called in and told her story.

I have been in 20 relationships

I haven’t found him yet and I can go through another 20 declared a defiant woman.
that’s how I can learn them I have gone through 20 of them and I haven’t found mine.

Shoud it matter asked Mike Mondo to which Mwalimu responded sharply saying

‘My husband’s side chick just gave birth to his child’ Cries betrayed city woman

You know you can have a masterkey but if you are a padlock it’s a problem.
Sasa what is she looking for Kingangi posed to Mike Mondo shocked she has gone through 20.

Congratulations Kingangi said

It’s good for a lady to maintain her values, you now when you go with a man they go with part of you spiritually so minimize that especially when you are a lady. The reason you see most marriages back in the day succeed is because the woman didn’t have many men.

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But again, why is it so important to know an exact number? What difference does it make? Knowing whether a potential girlfriend has ever been in love before is important; discovering (slowly and patiently) how her past experiences have impacted her view of men (for better or worse) is important.

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A male caller differed with men by siding with women on this issue. He said

Don’t be preoccupied with how many men she’s had. My cousin is those ladies who don’t like nonsense. She has been with more than 40 men in the past 15 years, so that should not matter whether she has had many men, just accept that she is with you. Why do we expect women not to have a past like men do?

Another female caller told off men shaming women

Stop being obsessed with my past that’s not your business, leave us alone and keep walking forward. I have 16 men actually probably more and they are all a problem. If I have to get to 100 men so be it. Kwanza Giriama men are terrible, it’s actually all Kenyan men you must sample. Hii kitu sio sabuni, haikwishi.

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