The pastor in the clip is Joshua Sindiga Obwogi, who was captured lecturing his wife Mercy Marisera Sindiga for denying him conjugal rights for over two years. Guys, what’s your experience dating a Kisii woman or man? #MainaAndKingangi
Here are some descriptions of Kisii women that Kenyans confessed to Maina and Mwalimu King’ang’i
Maina,kisii women are dramatic,kwa ploti ni vita tu na wanaumme wa wenyewe,actually they fight men.Ridiculous
A caller said “Kisii women are very hardworking and respectable women but ukiwachokoza utakipata.” #MainaAndKingangi
Moto kama pasi ..ni upuzi hatupendangi bythaway and monkey business otherwise we wife materials Rolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughing..but again there must be smth behind the whole story of that lady . wat i know is our kisii men can’t stay for that long without sex.. Maybe the guy is a problem.
That’s true. Inhave a Kisii wife. She’s everything I ever wanted Red heart but the level of madness she posses when pissed offSmiling face with open mouth and cold sweatSmiling face with open mouth and cold sweatSmiling face with open mouth and cold sweat can make you go into self quarantine
Maina,kisii women are dramatic,kwa ploti ni vita tu na wanaumme wa wenyewe,actually they fight men.Ridiculous
Most Noisy one kwa plot
Kisii women are very Fire hot tempered. Likewise Meru women who carry knifes
Moto wa kuotea mbali
A no nonsense women never joke with them,,but very hard working #MainaAndKingangi
A caller told Maina that “Us Kisii women, we don’t joke but if you do something foolish we will deal with you. Kwanza if you make a habit of coming home late utalala nje.” #MainaAndKingangi
The only problem with our sisters kutoka bosongo is they are very hot tempered, hiyo tuu… Hasira
unacheza na demu mkisii pillow games akiona umewin anakutupia mtungi wa gas anakuua Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joy hasira mbaya #MainaAndKingangi
The odds are high that some people are going to disagree with your choice in romantic partner no matter how perfect your relationship is. The young man made an effort to explain why he’s in love with her and not with her age.
Mwalimu King’ang’ surprisingly avoided making any comments and just grunted along whenever people responded.
Here are some reactions to his love story.
Where do they get those rich ones please. I need one o,
Let’s stop this mediocrity, pretence and hypocrisy, women as young as 20yrs are dating and even marrying guys as old as 70yrs. But a boyshaod can’t do the contrary? What’s the logic in it?/
My previous tweet confirmed by that gentleman young guys chase old women for cash I’m sure that guy has a girlfriend who he loves. #MainaAndKingangi
Kwangu miaka sio shida kama anakupenda pita naye.
Maina, this world is very complicated, it needs fumigation, imagine that woman is somebody’s wife, somebody’s mother, mama wa kanisa dating a 21. I’m shocked rudely, Si Dunia isimame tushuke akyaaaaaooo Person running Person running Person running Person running Face with tears of joy Face with tears of joy
I know it’s ONLY money he’s enjoying. Let him enjoy before he attains the age of 25. It’s usually short-lived.
I hope huyo janaa apart from having an iPhone and a new car ako na akili pia ya kujipanga ndo at least siku yenye atawachwa he will still have something of his own
He need to know what comes easy goes easy…. Cant encourage that!!!
That’s not good life , sponsored life is not a long term guarantee if that woman finds me your life will be really bad.
When you sponsor yourself that’s the good life, any small mistake utakufdead Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joy
Boychild have been suffering, alot when this old gooks.snatch our young girls because this got everything,,,,hii round hapana tambua ,,twanga kitu ilale,,,,kwani hiko nini,,,,,
The only problem is when He doesnt utilise the opportunity properly. Ile siku things will go south, ndo atabaki na nguo akonayo lwa mwili pekee
#MainaAndKingangi Mimi wangu hana hizo pesa mingi. Bt i enjoy her cooking &cookie. She’s an expert in both.
Can this guy connect me to that mathe’s friends
How lucky are you my brother,driving a range at that age and we are past that age we have never drove our own bikes??i think i was you
Hehehehehe I am not eating my mother to God forbid
I understand 40’s is very hot but in a few years???
Huwa mnatoa wapi hawa wamama Rolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughing
At that age uko yeye alikua kama sanitizer kila mtu alikua anatumia #MainaAndKingangi
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….
There is a huge difference between men and women being comfortable getting married when established/or not in their career.
Timothy is in a stable relationship and wants to get married on one condition – that she waits until he is financially stable.
He explained his situation to Dr Love
I have known her for three years, I think my target was first to finish my schooling then after four years, I can marry her.
Dr Love has advise for him as he still figures out his situation.
When your waiting until you settle down, it will never happen because you will always be in limbo, you will always be looking for something more than what you have so you will never really settle down. It’s better for you to make the move when you still feel good about the lady and you feel good about yourself.
Disclaimer The information on this website and the advice given by Dr Love is for general reference only and should not be misconstrued as counseling advice, or diagnosis, or as a replacement for psychotherapy, or to be used to treat mental illness. Dr Love’s advice is intended as a guide only. It is not intended to replace professional counseling nor is it intended to cover all areas and/or issues that might arise in human relationships. No person or body should act on the basis of the information on this website and Dr Love’s advice without taking appropriate advice from a counselor, psychologist or psychiatrist. Do not disregard any professional advice because of Dr Love’s advice or the information on this website.
Let’s be clear about one thing – women are phenomenal multi tasking. We can plan a wedding and figure out our careers at the same time.
Not men—they want to do one thing at a time. Namely, they want to plant their roots, financially, and then get married.
Here’s why men want to be financially stable before marriage.
2. They want to buy a house
3.They want to be able to pay for school fees
Has your mans jaw dropped upon seeing this question? I bet his first question is to know your intentions for going out and if they are noble, right?
On the Friday morning conversation, Maina said he got a very interesting SMS from someone who is so prominent in society, who is so up there in government it was incredible.
He posed this question to women ‘This morning ladies I want you to tell me how you go about it’.
The question from his friend sought to find out ‘how often should my wife go out alone or with her girlfriends?’
When are married women just supposed to get away from it all and breathe?
A suspicious Mwalimu Kingangi pondered the reason behind her desire to go clubbing.
Where am I when she is going out, anenda wapi? Alone? No no no. Where is this she is going alone?
There are many reasons why women go dancing. The most popular reason is that they want to let loose – to dance their problems away and feel the tension eke out of their muscles.
@ItsMainaKageni I’m allowed to go have fun with my friends(his sisters&cousins too) once in a while,the problem is when I come back sitaongeleshwa one week
That’s why it’s very important for ladies to work and be independent #MainaAndKingangi that way hakuna mtu atawahi kukalia chapati
marriage is like a jail ukitaka kuenda out lazima uombe ruhusa yaani ata unaboeka na hiyo out sababu unapimiwa masaa ya kurudi like an 18yr old child but to hell with that lazima OUT WATU WAENDE KAREE KIIIIIII #mainaandkingangi
Girls, is your husband ok with you going out clubbing either alone or with girl pals?
If you are a Maina Kageni fan, you know that he loves the late American rapper Tupac Shakur.
Here at Classic 105, we are marking the 23rd death anniversary of the rapper all week.
2pac died on 13th September, 1996..
The rapper often treated fans to lots of quotes on life, love and it’s worth noting it’s because he was a poet and a social activist.
Tupac without a doubt lived a tough life and his quotes have proven to have helped many prove the odds wrong.
Maina has been touched with this quote from Tupac. He spoke about his life saying
‘There are people who’ve been raised on Tupac, there are babies who’ve been named after Tupac, and it’s because of what was between his ears. He had a choice to either fail having come from the ghetto without having a father and all he had was a mothers love but look at the things he did.’
Here’s the quote:
Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back because it simply means that you are two steps ahead
Today marks 23 years since the tragic death of Tupac Amaru Shakur, known to the masses simply as 2Pac.
Tupac Shakur was embroiled in a feud between East Coast and West Coast rappers and was murdered in a drive-by shooting in 1996, leaving behind an influential musical legacy at the age of 25.
He has sold 75 million albums to date, making him one of the top-selling artists of all time.
Tupac was gunned down in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996 and died six days later. His murder has never been solved.
Tupac was named Lesane Parish Crooks at birth. After joining the Black Panther party, his mother changed his first name to Tupac Amaru, after an 18th-century Peruvian revolutionary who was killed by the Spanish. Tupac later took his surname from his sister’s Sekiya’s father, another Panther called Mutulu Shakur.
June 16, 1971
September 13, 1996
DID YOU KNOW?
Tupac Shakur’s parents were both members of the Black Panther Party.
DID YOU KNOW?
At 13 Tupac played Travis Younger in ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ at the Apollo Theater to raise funds for presidential candidate Jesse Jackson.
DID YOU KNOW?
Before the East Coast/West Coast rap feud started, Tupac and Biggie Smalls were friends.
Tamalpais High School, Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, Baltimore School for the Arts
PLACE OF BIRTH
New York, New York
PLACE OF DEATH
Las Vegas, Nevada
Tupac’s body was cremated. Members of his old band, Outlawz, made the controversial claim that they had smoked some of his ashes in honor of him.
His mother announced she would scatter her son’s ashes in Soweto, South Africa, the “birthplace of his ancestors,” on the 10th anniversary of his murder. She later changed the date to June 16, 1997 — Tupac’s 26th birthday as well as the anniversary of the 1976 Soweto uprising.
Radio Africa has reaffirmed its position as Kenya’s leading radio network.
In the latest Kenya radio listenership numbers published by international research firm, Classic FM, Radio Jambo and Kiss FM are the most listened to radio stations.
Classic leads with a general listenership of 1.5 million people from 6 am to 12 midnight from Monday to Friday, followed by Radio Jambo with 1.18 million people and Kiss wraps up the top three positions at 1.12 million people.
The results released in August indicate that Classic FM’s Maina and Kingangi in the morning remains the most listened to breakfast show.
This is followed by Radio Jambo’s Gidi na Ghost breakfast show with the famous Patanisho feature.
According to the results, Radio Africa now commands 48 per cent of listening with its six stations targeting different markets – Kiss FM, Classic FM, Radio Jambo, East FM, Gukena FM, Smooth FM and Homeboyz Radio – which recently joined the media group.
Radio Citizen comes in the fourth position with a general listenership of 1.1 million people follo
Radio Africa Group General Manager Martin Khafafa said, “We are relentlessly committed to the vision of delivering a relatable, relevant and fun listening experience for our listeners. We continue to be the home of Kenya’s most talented communicators and superstar”.
According to Khafafa, RAG is planning to relaunch the KISS breakfast show this month with the controversial and hard-hitting Andrew Kibe and Kamene Goro in a show that industry analysts will shake the market.
Insisting his mission is to hold position 1,2,3 and 4, Kafafa said, “It is expected that after the new KISS breakfast show goes on air, Radio Africa will relaunch Homeboyz Radio.”
Khafafa said Radio Africa has once again demonstrated complete dominance of the radio market.
He said the company’s values remain centred on innovation, customer service and quality which continue to pay off and it will not relent in the quest to give advertisers audiences that give them an instant connection with their brands.
On the morning conversation on Classic 105, it was all about how ‘Ladies mumechomewa picha’ by Manu Chandaria.
Mzee formalized his mariage last week after 64 years of being together. They went to the AG’s office, signed a piece of paper and spent 9k and went back home.
Mwalimu questioned why Kenyan women are always in a hurry to marry men.
hii haraka ni ya nini many Kenyan ladies want to marry so quickly. They take men mbio why the hurry why do they rush us so fast, where is the hurry?
Maina wasn’t convinced with this argument demanding to know how long women should take before asking for commitment.
if you don’t make your man commit, what do they do?
What are you doing with a man for seven years and he is not marrying you, how!! shouted maina
Do you know the kind of life that Manu Chandaria has given that woman? She has lived like a queen for those 64 years!
No no no they started from the bottom argued Mwalimu
Maina opened up debate to listeners on air and those online to contribute.
Ladies how long have you been with a man? A woman should never move into a woman’s house before marriage, you can build chemistry out there.
Ladies why have you been with a man for so long without getting married?
What are you doing in a mans house for five years giving him babies, aieee!!
How long have you been with your man and why hasn’t he married you yet?
A man called in with some deep thoughts
Why are you helping people who can’t help themselves, they bring themselves to us, and then they sit there like a tick. Kenyan women are gold diggers, they stick like ticks they don’t want to move out, they mark their territory and so they can’t be helped. We won’t marry them.
Another man said
I call it the emancipation of the boy child, finally we have a trick as a boy. I don’t have to marry her until I’m 100, I don’t have to sign papers, I am in a long term relationship about six years, and I don’t intend to marry her, let’s build a future together first, there is no hurry
Maina was astounded by his confession and advised his unidentified woman,
‘If your that’s your man, woman you are living a wasted life, sweetheart your are not a wife you are a maid with no options, six years and he has not married you ,what is he waiting for jesus christ to comeback?
If it’s been two years and he’s not talking of a future together, he is wasting your time, If he doesn’t even give you an engagement ring he is wasting your time, if he is living with you and doesn’t marry you he is wasting your time
kitu ya kujiuliza ni moja tuu what was the objective of being with this woman? If it was children why waste money marrying her, we don’t just do things with no objectives in mind, like me let me not cheat you, you will never find me in a car written just married. I have better things to do with my money, the definition of money is go to her parents and that story ends there si they know me? This stupidity of marriage is useless, concentrate on life, she is here hearing em and I am not shaken, she is standing here listening to me
there is no Kenyan woman who will stand with you from the bottom up,
I don’t think it makes sense to have a wedding if we are living together already, I am not married at 35 I’m not dating and if that time comes I don’t think it will happen immediately it will come after two or three kids
Today on the Classic Countdown with Mimmy Khamis, we sample music from the year that Nelson Mandela, the first President of South Africa to be elected in a fully representative democratic election, as well as the country’s first black head of state, died at the age of 95 after suffering from a prolonged respiratory infection.
Here are the five songs that will be played from 10 am
Peetah and Gramps joined Maina Kageni in studio Tuesday to talk more about their Kenyan concert.
They have a big show this weekend whose concept they explained
It’s all about the youths. last year when we arrived in Kenya we had a few shows everywhere we went we saw the same thing among the youth: lack of preparing youth to be leaders, anything that helps the future of mankind, so we thought we need to do something that creates awareness. What we have realised is that youth in the ghetto look up to the artistes, to celebrities.
They are part of singer Denroy “Daddy” Morgan’s 30 children.
Back in 2005 the legendary musician spoke about his children in an interview with Jamaican Observer.
“There are more with talent, but I never force anything on them. They make a choice and I support it, my greatest achievement is seeing my children… making music that inspires people in their daily lives.”
Jemere jetteed into Kenya to take part in the Tomorrow’s Leader Festival alongside such stars as Morgan Heritage, Jose Chameleon, StoneBwoy, Alaine, Yemi Alade, Diamond Platnumz, Wyre Da Love Child, Naiboi, Rophan and many more.