“I give my man sh100k a month” Woman tells about her submissiveness


A March 25th speech from Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu about being submissive to a man was the topic of discussion on Thursday April 8. It inspired many men to tell Maina Kageni that Kenyan women are filled with pride, and should borrow a leaf from Suluhu.

Too much pride that when they get into positions of power they forget their men and become ‘kichwa ngumu’.

But Maina wouldn’t hear any of this and defended Kenyan women saying they act up because men treat them badly, including cheating on them. He advised that “if you are good to a woman, she will be so good to you too”.

Co host Mwalimu told him off saying “there is no Kenyan woman who can be like this. she goes to Vera beauty college, gets a certificate and it is a wrap on your relationship. Amejifunza pedicure anmanicure amepiga hesabu anaona she doesn’t need you, she says naona ikiiisha”.

A woman told of how submissive she is to her broke husband as she considers him the head of the house inspite of her massive wealth.

 “When I married my husband, he was broke, he had only 1 trouser and 1 shirt. I was this lady who had graduated with a good job, I stuck with him and to date he has not made it.I finance him. I give him a hundred thousand shillings a month,  to go and have fun with his friends. I have bought him a car, people think the cars are his and I don’t tell anyone but it’s me who bought all this property. Even my own parents don’t know I own all this property. I would never tell them , I would rather protect his image, Our Bible tells us that men are the priests, woman have to submit. He has the PIN to all my accounts, if I earn a bonus he knows how much and what I do with it, he knows all these things, when I get some money from my chama, he know how much. When you hoard money, it hurts you more than the people you are hiding from, it’s so reliving and you live happier than hiding. I know my position. I’m the neck and he is the head. ‘

President Samia Suluhu on March admitted she still kneels and submits to her husband when serving him food.

She made this known in a video on social media where she said kneeling before her husband to show submission and honour would not make her inferior to him but was rather a sign of love and affection.suluhu bodugaurd 1

She said; “Some of you will say we are equal in all aspects of society, No! That’s not the right position. Even as vice president, I will kneel before my husband. I don’t kneel because I am inferior, it’s because of love and affection.

Don’t leave this tradition so we can strengthen the bond of our families and bring up our children through good manners.”

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Aki I’ve missed you! Maina Kageni returns with sweet message to fans


Classic 105 presenter Maina Kageni returned to the airwaves January 11th, and spent the early morning reflecting on the holiday seasons and asking his fans to give their take.

Excited fans called in to tell him how happy he makes them, and I kid you not, Maina was elated and blushing.

One fan began by saying ‘ngai Maian you are back”  to which Maina responded “Happy New Year to you”.

And what is Maina’s New Year resolution? He spoke about it repeatedly saying

“Leo nimerudi tuko pamoja bumper to bumper” he told a female fan who told him that she had missed him so much after calling to welcome him back to work.

Another fan John told him that ” tumekumiss sana, aki how have you been?”

Maina did not hold back and loudly proclaimed his resolution that

“This year upuzi hatutaki ikanyange ikiendaga kabisa. Thank you for calling me this morning and welcoming me back. Happy New year guys aki I have missed you like a problem and a half” Maina said.

Maina also took the opportunity to encourage people to be no nonsense before laughing with a male fan who agreed.

“Upuzi iende huko kabisa” he repeated.

Clearly 2021 is off to a great start. Welcome back to work Maina wa Wangui.

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‘Forget spaghetti and pizza’ Older men advice about being stamina daddy


The topic of why younger men are increasingly using the blue pill to bed many women attracted the attention of older men who advised that it’s their lifestyle that makes it hard to last in the sack.

So young fellas if you want to impress your main bae plus your side chicks, stop consuming spaghetti and pizza as it doesn’t improve your stamina.

Maina and Kingangi while making fun of the use of blue pills by young men, noted that possibly womens incessant demands have prompted young men to use the pill to avoid shaming themselves.



Maina noted that “The crazy thing id that alot of young men are using these nonsense, they are bedding alot of women dying in beds that don’t belong to them, ni nini? Who told you there are women who want you to go on for five hours?”

To which Mwalimu cheekily added “blame it on women, unaweza aibisha your tribe so ni lazima ushike bendera uwakilishe, personal best ni riadha, you are performing infront of an empty stadium”

Ladies is it you who expect so much from your men Maina asked.

Two male callers said it’s not women to blame but young men who live flashy lifestyles that make them poor in bed.

One said “they are eating chips, that is not the way to go. If you want to  go on for hours and show off to your woman, eat cassava, but no you eat spaghetti and pizza, kula yams. Me I ran for almost one hour and I’m still going strong, si kujisifia”

Another agreed advising young men that “eat veggies, because they need to please their women.’

Dear Classic 105 fam, do you agree that eating clean is the way to go rather than risk your health using the blue pill? Drop your comments below.

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We have no Christmas plans – Kenyans tell Maina about zero expectations

When life throws you lemons make lemonade.

Maina and co host Mwalimu Kinga’gni had a major disagreement about Kenyans not planning to do anything for Christmas because of brokenness.

Maian was of the opinion that Kenyans should make lemonade when life hands them lemons, and this didn’t sit well with Mwalimu who said ‘hata oesa ya lemons hatuna’.

Mwalimu got alot of support from Classic 105 listeners who called in and said times are tough and we should all tighten our belts.
A male caller Steve said he has nothing to look forward to “How can we celebrate Christmas when we are broke? Christmas day will be like any other day, it will be a normal day coz what about January 4th when schools open? Kukula ni siku moja, but January schools needs fees paid and books must be bought yet we have no money?

Another commented the same that “Maina you are talking like that because you are rich and don’t have family responsibilities liekethe rest of us. King’angi tell this gentleman hakuna pesa, hakun madoh bana. We won’t celebrate Christmas this timeround. We used to go to Mombasa, but now things are tough.  I lost my job in Mombasa after we were laid off and right now I’m trying to hustle in Meru as a boda boda”couple-christmas

Another listener called Jontes said “Maina has never had to take care of a family. Kingangi tell him are we thinking of Christmas or school fees? People are hustling for school fees but Maina is in his fancy car saying my boys and I. Yani uko na madoh, tellme do I make Christmas plans or wait for January where I will pay fees, for my kids? Maina you must get married to understand what stress we go through?

A woman begged Maina to make her happy by giving her one broiler/kienyeji that she can make for her neighbors. He obliged after she told him about his privileged

“Maina you can make people envious and jealous, you can make someone be given a ngeta juu ya wivu, you are going to America and making sound like you are going to town. Maina ati lazima uende America wacha kutukosesha amani, some of us just here about it, how can you tell us we are broke because we didn’t plan ourselves? I personally won’t celebrate, no one on our plot is going to ushago this time, buy us one kuku we put enough thufu, we eat this Christmas”

So Dear Classic fam, what are your plans in three weeks time?

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Are Kenyan ladies willing to finance a man’s life? Maina Kageni finds out

Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i spoke about something that happens worldwide but is normally frowned upon by most in society.

What? The subject of women who sponsor the men they are sleeping with. Maina said, “It turns out, there are a number of women who are bankrolling young men. The men say ‘Women with money are targets and they can take good care of us!’ Ladies, you are willing to finance a man’s life?”

Most Kenyans who called in were candid and said that the phenomenon does happen but is normally kept well-hidden by the practitioners.

Some of those comments are below:

My campus classmate never lived in a hostel. He had this woman who lived in a big mansion with the kids. The kids were actually the same age as this guy and they got along just fine. Problem was, the woman was very possessive. She even chose clothes for him. He loved the life though

Ata nikiangukia metre I can’t. No not a grown ass man….

A Rich and a powerful woman would prefer a younger man who is less intimidating and somehow submissive to her. Rich women prefer to dominate but also to show off their young lovers to society.

Am looking for that sponyo and should be below 45yrs and she must be rich enough.

Mimi nikifiria tu nalala na mtu age of my ma’am. Hataguvu ya kuamka uisha na pesa pia nitarudisha .

Poverty leads us to them from darajani kibera slums listening

It’s the kind of life in this country ndo Inachangiaa


Tudem maskini ndio tume-camp hapa waki-polish tukucha wakisema can’t be me

Sijui huwa wanapatwa wapi, na mbona sijawai patana na mmoja

Woooooi!!.  I can’t…

Where are this women?! And how do you stay 15 years with a woman sponyos and you don’t have a say over your life decisions?!

Gudmrng Maina, de world we r in now is a messed up one. The love for money has made pple to forget about morals. Imeandikwa wapi kwa Bible dat de woman will provide for de man? I’d rather stay single dan 2 keep a man unless he’s my hubby & he’s sick or disabled.

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“You are just a glorified housegirl” Men’s reasons for not officially marrying

Girls are you living with a man who hasn’t made things official? Well according to arguments made on the Tuesday morning conversation, Kenyan men would rather live with you without that marriage certificate.

As one man aptly put it to Maina Kageni that “Once these women have that marriage certificate, ni hivyo you feel like you are in prison.”

Another pointed the blame on women insisting that “Some ladies don’t make any effort to convince you that it’s time to marry her.”

Really fellas!

Maina weighed in saying “A case that made the papers over the weekend was of a woman who was married customarily to her man for 11 years and when he died, she went to court to ask for his property be distributed equally with his first wife. The presiding judge told her, ebu tembea, and said you can live with a person as long as you want to but it doesn’t meet the threshold of a marriage. My question to you guys is why do you live with these women without marrying them? What is so hard about taking her to sheria house and signing a piece of paper? Ladies, make sure he marries you now, mwambie by Monday we need to go to the AG’s otherwise you will waste your life.”

Mwalimu Kingangi protesting that Maina as usual ‘anachoma’ sipendi vile unawachochanga, I don’t like it. Ile kuchoma unachoma hata hujui


A voice note sent to Classic 105 further reveals why men would rather do a come we stay than make things official. ‘I know my lady is listening to you. I have seen a message coming in that we need to talk, because that issue has been brought up. Maina, see umeharibu maneno.’

Another male caller launched an argument with Maina about how his former relationship was so bad, he will never marry

:’I have lived with my mrembo for over seven years and I have no plans to marry her. I had another relationship that ended badly and I swore to never. My work right now is to eat and sleep. From my bad experience I will never marry. I don’t need to marry her and I cant marry her, because my ex taught me a lesson,”

Is it the ladies to blame for staying with a man who won’t marry her or where does the problem lie? Drop you comments below.

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My wife would burn our house if I told her I have other children

Ladies ,what if your husband has a secret love child?

Many Kenyan men have secret children and have no intention of ever telling their wives as old on the morning discussion on Classic 105.

And this is the dilemma that several men recounted they are facing of whether or not to tell a wife that there are secret children.

As one put it, he fears the consequences of his wife finding out.

you know you can’t ell your wife what you’ve done, it’s like setting your house on fire. I’m married and I have kids out there, and I have never told her (my wife). I have one kid, and I’m taking financial care of the child plus we meet alot with the secret woman. You can’ risk telling your wife and burning down your house. If I tell her, I i know her she can burn our house, labda she knows from elsewhere, but ni ngumu I tell her, there are peopel who know about the other kid, so they might tell her


Another man agreed with the above viewpoint saying

 countrywide we have so many women compared to men, so men must give those women who dont have children, those are the most disrespected women countrywide, mtu mamekaa more than 30 years without children, so we are helping these women to have children, 

Maina was dumbfounded by the men’s argument and blasted them saying

who said having children out there is a small matter and that’s why you don’t tell them? what is she supposed to do? ebu call me coz me I’m going mad here, ladies ebu give em a call. these men aren’t getting it ladies,

Co host Mwalimu wanted to know why women get so upset about this very small matter of having a child or two out there.

women like complicating things, its a small matter, and I hope you will take me slowly, can we agree that indeed there are men with children out there. Maina you are overreacting, we provide financially and everyone is ok, no one is hurt, don’t complicate it, huwezi kuwa kamati ya roho chafu, so hatutalala hawa!!! watoto ni wetu

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For richer or poorer doesn’t mean anything to Kenyan women


In Kenya there is this popular saying that ‘filisika ujue tabia ya mwanamke’ .

Countless cases of men being left by their wives after losing their jobs due to covid formed the basis of the morning conversation with Mike Mondo on Wednesday morning.

A man recounted how his business shut down due to covid and because he was no longer earning an income, his wife of six years packed her bags and left with the children.

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So Mike Mondo wanted to find out if omen take the wedding vows ‘for richer or poorer’ seriously anymore.

Classic fans responded with an outright ‘NO’ and here are comments below:


Mike Mondo: Do people take the vow “for richer or poorer” seriously? #MainaAndKingangi

@Classic105Kenya this Generation of ours theres no real love , a lady will be with you coz of what you have , it’s all about situationship….
This “For richer for Poorer” is a big lie these days,,many stay with a person when He/She has money but when its over they leave..anawachwa akipambana na life yake
Glory Gatwiri..
There are some women who can stick with the man, it all depends on how this men behave

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kalvo sni..
Not people, wedding nowadays has become a publicity stunt for women, to show the world they got a man with cash! You go broke for a day, they feel ashamed and walk away…..men don’t cherish weddings anymore #MainaAndKingangi
some got married while at a lowest. I think is trickles down to character, maybe we should take some time and learn their characters before saying I do….wengine have beautiful hearts.#MainaAndkingangi @classic105kenya
For richer for poor siku hizi inadepend na vile your man treats you when he has that money and when its gone,huwezi vumilia mtu hukutreat vibaya akisota #MainaAndKingangi
Women are good wakiwa kwa hizo manguo zao wanavaa,and again siwezi sema wrote ni wabaya kuna wale mutakaa hata kama huna and we men we know kabila inaweza kaa na wewe hata kama munakula one meal a day.

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Broken Heart
Good morning Mike, nowadays it’s not about love but it’s about the material things i.e. how wealthy are you, do you drive, etc? Love has totally lost its meaning and if it exists its only for a few

These vows are just a fairly tale. Ukiwa na pesa life is good and women will love you but wewe sota, hata panya na mende zitatoroka kwako. #MainaAndKingangi
That one is a phrase usually just mentioned for formality,kosa pesa ujionee.
No especially women they don’t ukiishiwa anasonga mbele
Nowadays vows don’t have any meaning

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We will never apologize for anything – Kenyan wives taunt men

Fellas, if you are hoping your wife will apologize for a mistake she has made (mostly it’s what men do to them), you can quickly banish that thought from your mind.

They will never apologize according to confessions they made on the Tuesday morning conversation with Maina Kageni.

And it also doesn’t help that Maina encourages them to be themselves.

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Here are reasons why wives don’t like apologizing.

  1. An extreme sensitivity to negative judgment
  2. It’s her coping mechanism from a cruel world

So now that you know that, here are responses to Mainas question to women about why they don’t and will never apologize arising from a complaint by a man who has noticed that wives don’t like apologizing:

A Caller told Maina that ‘ we don’t apologize. I can’t remember the last time I apologized to my man.’ #MainaAndKingangi

Another caller to the studio said ‘I was with my man then nikaenda kusalimia mtu nikamuwacha then when I came back, alikua amekasirika. So men always find away to turn the table around.’ #MainaAndKingangi

Maina I am married to a Nigerian man for 10 years, with 3 kids but there is no day he wrongs me and he doesn’t say sorry at time he even apologize if I wrong him and he reacts the wrong way
The problem is Kenyan men feel like apologizing is not a manly thing which is very wrong

Women must never apologise

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If Eve did not apologize to God how do you expect common Kenya ladies can do it

Maina I don’t know whether I was born that way but it’s difficult for me to say sorry. But the good thing is : I was married to a Tanzanian who apologizes every time even when am wrong



We apologize in other ways not in words Maina……Cook for him his favourite meal,,Iron his clothes,be a good wife in bed etc Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joySmiling face with open mouth and smiling eyesSmiling face with open mouth and smiling eyes #MainaAndKingangi

Maina we apologise indirectly.
We cook for them their favorite dish and treat them more more sweetness than usual.

Apologize for what?

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‘My husband washes me, plus my soiled knickers’ wife reveals

When you walk down the aisle, you take a vow to stick together through thick and thin.

It’s something we say but don’t really ponder for long because our wedding day is supposed to be happy, right?  So, what does it really look like to live out this vow?

That is exactly what one Kenyan man is doing, to the outrage of many.

He told Maina Kageni on Monday that he even washes her inner wear, especially when she wakes up late in a rush to scrub her panties. He says when he finds them when he get home before her, he will wash them for her, and put them outside to air. because she forgot to wash her panties, he helps her washing it. She cleans my boxers so why not?


In another scenario, a female caller shocked listeners on Wednesday with her tale of what her husband does for her that is so romantic.

She narrated

I have a man. He washes my panties, I don’t tell him to do it, he just wakes up washes his and mine, and when I’m cleaning the house he also helps. I hate ironing clothes, so he does so and even for our daughters, he doesn’t complain.

Cleaning floor using rag
Cleaning floor using rag

Even when I’m sitting down at home, he cleans, this is a man I really appreciate I don’t have to tell him to do stuff. He also washes my panties, you know at times ladies soil their panties but he washes them. It’s not a matter of being controlled, there are men out there who are good, even when I’m sick he washes me, he takes a basin puts hot water, scrubs me and will serve me any food in bed.

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Maina and Kingangi storm off the studio after night long rape ordeal story

Mwalimu Kingangi sat silently staring at Maina Kageni after a woman recounted a horrifying rape ordeal in the hands of a thug.

The mind boggling experience saw Maina and Kingangi leave the studio, shaking, but with promises to help her.

Let me catch you up to speed about what happened.

The co hosts were speaking about why bystanders watch as someone is beaten or robbed in Kenyan streets.

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A female caller narrated that at 16, a rape ordeal has left her scarred for life.

The rape survivor moved Maina and Kingangi to tears forcing them to leave the studio immediately to catch their breath.

‘I live in Mathare where a notorious gang member bet me senseless. I ran to a group of men to help me, but instead the man removed money, gave them and they demanded that I leave with him to his house.

I left and he beat me in the process, I tried running but he dragged me and hit me, and he took me to his house and I was raped the whole night.

She adds why she did not put up a fight, and instead lay down frozen in shock and frightened

Do you know the ghetto life, ladies there are vulnerable I was 16, then I was raped the whole night and the friends came knocking on the door, it’s like they were to go somewhere. So I begged him to tell them to go away because I didn’t want them to know I was in his house because I would have been gang raped. In the morning he went to the shops, and I heard a child outside and begged them to open the door for me to run away. To date I hate men who force me into se3, even if he was shot I always swished he could have been mob justiced. I have never healed, I can’t keep a man for long. The moment he wants to force me into anything I remember the rape, I wish those men could have helped, but instead they left me to go with a rapist, and I haven’t healed I’m usually bitter, it’s painful ( she cries) it’s very painful, but….

Njambi of Real Househelps of Kawangware gears up for childbirth

It was at this moment that Maina and Kingangi gasped and chocked for air.

The call was ended by the rape survivor, and the two took a break.

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‘I wash my wife’s underwear’ husband of seven years admits


Today let’s talk about something many Africans consider taboo – men washing women’s underwear.

Fellas, would you wash your wife’s inner wear and do it religiously without complaining?

A man on Classic 105, described how his wife is a working women who is overworked and exhausted.

He has taken it upon himself to do the bulk of house chores and childcare.

I work and my wife works as well, we’ve been married for seven years, and sometimes our schedules are different.

While the majority of men choose to sit back and relax after work hours at home, he says

So what happens is if I’m leaving later than her or not going to work at all, I do the housework, like laundry. I look after the kids, even change diapers, I do everything, all the house chores, we don’t hire nannys.

Cleaning floor using rag
Cleaning floor using rag

He is so thoughtful about equality in his home that he washes her underwear.

I even clean her inner wear, and even when she wakes up late and I find she had soaked her inner wear in a bucket and forgot to scrub them, I will take them outside to the line and put them, I even iron.

Fellas, would you ever? Leave us your confessions of the sweet things you do for  your wife to make things much easier at home.

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Is there a problem with parenting today asks Maina Kageni

“Male teens need a dad to be the anchor that stabilizes their youth as they are pulled in every direction.” was the resounding theme on Classic 105, as hosts Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi debated the topic of absentee dads.

This follows a third video shared online of a Kenyan boy spilling all sorts of vitriol. No, we will not share the clip here, search for it online using the hashtag #consolata.

The idea that there may be a parenting issue in Kenya was discussed on Classic 105.


Mwalimu sought to know from listeners, who the father figure is, in households where single mums are raising male teens.

He also gave his take saying

‘They were chased away by the women, and alot of men want to come back in their lives but the doors are ‘locked’.


He added

most men were chased away and are not allow to see their children

Mwalimu went on to suggest that women are sacrificing their families for careers, something that Maina quickly responded to

so should ladies sacrifice more? Where are the fathers of these children? You know your boy is 11 or 12 and doesn’t it worry you that he is growing up without a mentor?

Where are you guys, why are you blaming single mothers, where are the fathers to these boys?


Mwalimu noted that the best way to resolve teen problems is

They (fathers) need to be recalled, you know that’s a very critical age for boys between 11- 16 years

Where do you think the problem lies? Drop your comments below.

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‘My husband forbids me from visiting him in the city’ Kiambu wife confesses 


What is the point of getting married if you will not live with your wife, was the question Maina Kageni posed to his listeners after a woman confessed how her husband left her with his mother, with a silly excuse.

The husband thought it was a good idea to dump his wife in ushago (upcountry) with his mother and sadly is causing untold stress to his wife.


She narrated to Maina Kageni

I’m a victim. I’m liviing with the mother int he same house and it’s been six years now.

He said that things are not doing good in Nairobi and he took me to his mothers house but he is living in Nairobi himself.

I’m with the mother in Kaimbu, but hatuwezi kaa wawili, there is pressure, nimejaribu kumpush anirudishe Nairobi akasema hapana.

It’s so hard here I’m like the maid, I do everything in the house for his mother, it’s not easy.

I have two children, I see myself living here forever, coz I have tried pushing him to remove me from here but he resists.

He doesn’t visit me often. The last time he visited was 2017 December, I went once to Nairobi and he chased me away saying Nairobi is not for someone like me

Can y’all see how she is being played by her husband?

Have you tried living with your in-laws? How did you make it work, or didn’t it work?

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I forgave my wife for cheating because.. I’m ALSO GUILTY


When is it advisable to come clean about adultery and when is it better to keep things hush hush?

A man beat a hasty retreat after initiating a probe on his cheating wife.

He began narrating his discovery

what surprises me most is that our women are so discreet in what they do


Does this statement come from personally experiencing something? He responds firmly, without hesitation.


I just found out, I bumped into it. It was just a coincidence, of course I asked who is this and you see the mos intriguing part of it is that even if you ask her best friend, she will never admit it too.

He has a theory why women cheat more than men, something Maina Kageni dismissed as completely macho.

women are the masters, at the same time they are also masters of suspicion they suspect their men because they are guilty


while he was quizzing his wife about the affair, did he bother to find out how long she had been cheating?

well I didn’t get to find out how long it was we just has to sit down and sort it out

Perhaps by now you are wondering how a husband can get past cheating. He explains how they sorted it out

cheating on phone

I gave her an option because after all I felt it was unfair just to tell her to go home and I also had a mpango wa kando at the same time.

So Hol’ up, he forgave his cheating wife because he was also cheating? will wonders never cease….

yes….. he responded and hang up his phone.


Dear Classic 105 fam, do you have some major tea to drop? We are listening.

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My wife eyes me like the Tom Mboya statue after checking my phone


The conversation on Classic 105 was about women going through their mens phones.

This topic was based on evidence Mary Kaitany produced in court in the divorce proceeding against husband Linturi.

Kitanys testimony included a revelation that she found illicit content on her husbands phone. She told a packed courtoom

“Initially it was cheating and just like other women, I would sneak into his phone. I became suspicious of his moves because he would come home later, didn’t want to give me my conjugal rights and he would be quarrelling,” Kitany said.

Woman on phone
Woman on phone

Classic host Maina Kageni was rather shocked by how messy the divorce case appeared.

Is there a Kenyan man without nudes on his phone? Is there a Kenyan man whose hone you wont go through and get upset? Why do you entertain those things, so why don’t you see them and delete them?

Is there a Kenyan mans phone you can go through and not find anything incriminating? If Kenyan men were to be divorced based on contents on their phone would anyone be left married?

Ladies why do you go to his phone?how do you get his pin number and what are the logistics to get it?

A man called in with his hilarious story of how his wife got hold of his PIN number to access the contents of the phone.

when you are happy in your marriage and are at home, they will try and sneak through your phone me I had a problem with my wife one day, I think they have eyes like a chameleone, one looks infront the other on the side, you see when your opening your phone when she’s next to you she is facing forward you are facing down and she has already crammed the PIN no matter how long it is.

The worst thing is you will never know when she has read your messages you have it in the evening you go sleep at the same time but when you wake up she is so mad at you. She is looking at you like that statue along Tom Mboya street.


One day she told me something and what I heard was from the context of a text message on my phone. Unfortunately I had not even opened that text so I asked her kwani these days I live with a witch, coz I didn’t hear you come out of bed, not even a sense of movement,

So what did his wife see: a text or whatsapp message?

I work at a high comission so we have these groups so somebody had said and I like the way this guy is tall coll and hardworking you know it was just a compliemnt but to her it intepreted different.

In my phone I assure you there are no nudes.

Dear classic 105 fam, do you believe him or nah? Also drop your thoughts on womens habit of snooping in a mans phone.

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I’m 35 and tired of my husband, he can get a second wife – city mum shouts

The discussion this week on Classic 105 has been about accepting the reality that is second wives.

Most contributors confessed that they are either second wives, or are thinking about it seriously.

Take this unnamed woman who was unable to convince Maina that second wives bring stability in marriages. Her story is made for movies.

‘I met our husband when he was 33 years and was already married, he didn’t have anything (broke), me coming to the picture we have opened a business together. I have made his life better, this wife she was just sitting pretty I have made sure she is part of the company. Am I really bad, ameleta ID hata hajui she is a director of this company. It’s a  high time people knew second wives are not that bad.


This prompted another woman to narrate how she is tired of her husband and is ready to welcome a second wife.

 I think sometimes sharing is caring. I have personally asked him to get another wife. It’s important msaidiane (help each other), sometimes it’s the man who you feel you don’t understand, so saa zingine maybe he needs to get another wife, a sample so we see whether he is the problem or it’s me, to see if he will improve or appreciate the first wife better.

Can you possibly wrap your head around this fact? She adds

I’ve been married for about ten years and we have children hatusumbuani, we are each looking for money, and the small quarrels, so I want him to relieve me of stress and take it elsewhere.


Relationships are overwhelming, and he should kindly inform me if they also have kids, respect me, all I need is respect if we have to share akiskia aende naye kabisa ( if they want they can go and stay together I don’t care), me I don’t care, you can’t force emotions of someone, so if he feels he wants someone else let him go, for me I don’t think it’s worth fighting for a man,

I’m only 35, I don’t mind him getting another one, and I am okay with this all I need is him to be open and tell me

Crazy right? Like I can’t even begin to fathom this entire story.

Dear Classic 105 fam, have you ever heard such madness? Drop us your comments about your experience, serve some tea people!

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Man MOANS about ‘deadbeat’ ex for not taking care of their child

In an angry tirade, a single dad overwhelmed by bringing up his child alone, complained about the mother of his child being a deadbeat.

He said she has refused to be involved in the child’s life, and moaned to Maina Kageni what his experience has been.

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On Friday, the on air discussion was about deadbeat’s and men responding to the accusations.

A Male caller traumatized Maina when he recounted his horrific experience with a pregnant college student

I had an affair with a lady in College who was pregnant for me. When she was due I am jobless and because she was jobless I told her I would take complete care of our baby.

Can you guess what happened next?

She left for school after deliverying. I thought maybe she needs to study, so once a month she would come back to see the child.

Basically he is very salty about his situation

I used to wash the nappies, buy food. Maina let me tell you at 19 months they came back for the child, Maina do you know that she went to the Childrens court who allowed her to take the child. The worst thing ni amechukuwa ule mtoto not to be with the child but to take to ushago, now the baby is two years, and I have only seen the child once, she abuses me on SMS, and I decided it’s not worth going crazy because of being abused,


Finishing his tirade he said

I stopped going, I decided never to go back, maybe I will heal if I think I don’t have a child anymore, let me tell you one thing about women, they are good at talking, not like men, some of us men are suffering

Dear Classic 105 fam, is this man the epitome of ‘made your bed, lie on it’?

Drop your comments below.

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