Auntie mashakura to auntie wa harrier: 4 types of aunties we all have

They form part of our extended family. We have the ones we like and others who “damu yetu haisikazani” as we Kenyans refer it. Here’s my list of the type sof Aunties we all encounter

1. Auntie mashakura


We all have that auntie who controls matters regarding the kitchen. They cook terrible food and always order around people. They are dramatic women and easily pick fights with other people. I don’t need to talk about how plum they are. They can never buy any other person’s idea on anything regarding cooking.

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2. Auntie wa harrier

They are the aunties mostly married off to rich men cum uncles. How most of them drive a Toyota Harrier is something I’ll need to research on. They brag about their lifestyle and can easily mess up with your self esteem. It’s no secret they are always cheating on their husband with campus kids. They are into other people’s private business always wanting to know what they are up to lately.

3.  Auntie socialite

They are the social media gurus. Their life is all about the gram. They wear skimpily and look unbothered by the eyes they get from the rest of the family member.


They are the laziest and would rather have their faces glued on those big smartphone screens rather than attending to house chores. They take up the easiest chores to do.

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4. Party monster

They happen to be the funniest aunties one can have and they are easy to bond with. They love the booze and they are the least available at night. They always find a way to sneak out and go a drinking spree.

party freak

They are the most loving aunties and fun to hang around. They treat their nephews and nieces with niceties. If you want to have a favor done, just buy them some liquor and everything will be handled.

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Family lessons to learn during the Coronavirus pandemic

I know guys.

I’ve been writing articles revolving around Coronavirus and you’ll have to pardon me.

More is in the store for you.

Buckle up.

The past few weeks have been tough the world over.

However, it’s a high time we reflect on the family values we have let loose and here’s a few:
1. Create time for your kids
Everyone says of how busy they are searching for “unga” to put on the table. But a man who neglects his own kids with the excuse of searching food for the family is as good as a dead man. During this period, most companies have asked their employees to work from home and people are out here agonising on how it’s hard to deal with kids. It’s not news that some kids would better lock themselves in their rooms rather than bond with the rest of the family. The father steps in and they walk out. That’s trouble looming.
2. Love your spouse
Been caught up in the modern relationship, it reaches a point where people live like host and guest. Look at yourself now, you have no option but to put up with that spouse you’ve been not paying attention to. It’s a good time to rekindle that love and bring a new spark to your dead romantic life.
3. Strive to make a home
Most of you were busy partying, taking those road trips and now it’s time to stay at home for the longer part of the day. You neglected your own home and it’s in shambles now. Your wife doesn’t care anymore, your kids cling to their mother more than you and you already feeling like a refugee in your house. For the women, you left all the wifely and motherly duties to the house help and the kids are now attached to her more than you. It’s a high time you went back to the drawing board and rectify the issue before it gets out of hand.
4. Family time
Do families eat at a table anymore or perhaps play games together. Everyone is busy on their phone keeping in tabs with what’s trending. Houses act like hostels and eating joints. Family members don’t sit together anymore to have meaningful talks. Try to retrace your steps and see where things went wrong, won’t you?

Mwanaisha Chidzuga all smiles after her daughter graduates

Days after losing her TV hosting job at K24 Mwanaisha Chidzuga has something to smile about after her daughter Aryanna graduated.

Chidzuga who is married to well known politician Danson Mungatana is a mother of four.

Taking to her social media to celebrate her daughter’s big day Chidzuga penned.

‘Congratulation Aryanna K ..May Allah grant you prosperity grace and a good life duniani na akhera.
We are so proud of you and we love u always .And yes you are my little #Genius so much ahead of your time😍😍😍😍.’

Chidzuga daugghter (1)

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Chidzuga welcomed her fourth child Amal in 2018.

Mwanaisha Chidzuga and her last born daughter
Mwanaisha Chidzuga and her last born daughter.

Chidzuga has in the past said that for her family is everything.

The veteran Swahili journalist confirmed her sacking days ago on her Instagram page. She wrote;

Hi Good people I want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support @k24tv #K24Wikendi but again God has other bigger plans for me away from K24tv.Its been a great experience for me working with a great team of journalists and the shows I have hosted have been memorable. But now I have to focus on my passion #Eventsandcatering #AryannasSwahiliCuisine but very soon will meet again #ScreenNextToYou. Thank you and be blessed. Inshallah

Below are more photos of Chidzuga and her family.





Mwanaisha Chidzuga and her daughter Amarah
Mwanaisha Chidzuga and her daughter Amarah

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Shock as woman discovers hubby had another family after infecting her with HIV

 A lady by the name of Beatrice, shocked many when she called in on one of the popular local stations and revealed that her hubby infected her with HIV virus and later realized that he was a liar who had another family.

She said that after all that, the two separated and her hubby, Pius, had since refused to take care of his two-year-old kid.

“What have you decided regarding our kid? You have since blocked me even after taking my phone, so I need to know what your plans are.” a dejected Beatrice said challenging her ex hubby.

“I do not want to speak to this lady, first of all she diverted my phone calls and posted annoying things regarding my health status on social media.” Pius defended himself.

Branding himself as ‘responsible’, he added that he has been supporting the child they sired together despite Beatrice’s disrespectful acts of exposing his life in public domain.

An agitated Pius, went ahead to caution his ex wife that he has already taken action against her and that Beatrice’s phone is already with the CID and that she should expect to be arrested soon, before hanging up.

Beatrice later on confessed that she posted about Pius’ HIV status on Facebook saying she did that out of bitterness and frustrations.

Yes I know he is mad that I exposed him on social media but will he reverse what he did to me? I do not know whom to talk to because sometimes I do want to talk but I have no one to turn to.

Men advised to start a family before turning 35 to avoid their children having birth defects

Men should start a family before they age of 35 to avoid risk to their unborn babies, researchers claim.

A study tracking 40million babies found the risk of birth complications start to increase when fathers are in their mid-30s, and significantly rise from the age of 45.

For decades women have been told they will put their children at risk if they pursue a career first and leave it until they are older to have a family.

But the new study, published in the British Medical Journal, shows men should also take responsibility.

Researcher Professor Michael Eisenberg, of Stanford University School of Medicine, said: ‘We tend to look at maternal factors in evaluating associated birth risks.

‘But this study shows that having a healthy baby is a team sport, and the father’s age contributes to the baby’s health, too.’

He said once a father hits 35, there’s a slight increase in birth defects, but the risk increases more sharply as men age into their 40s and 50s.

This is because with every year that a man ages, he accumulates on two new mutations in the DNA of his sperm.

Compared with fathers between the ages of 25 and 34, infants born to men between the age of 35 and 44 were about five per cent more likely to be born premature or of low birth weight.

For men aged 45 or older they were 14 per cent more likely to be admitted to intensive care, 14 per cent more likely to be born prematurely, 18 per cent more likely to have seizures and 14 per cent more likely to have a low birth weight.

If a father was 50 or older, the likelihood that their infant would need ventilation upon birth increased by 10 per cent, and the odds that they would require intensive care increased by 28 per cent.


Read about a mothers decision to make her 5-year-old daughter pay rent

Girls, be honest with yourself, would you make your child pay some of the rent? Sounds crude doesn’t it? Read on to see why a US based mother did just that.

Essence Evans is from George, Atlanta and is a mother to a cute five-year-old girl. Essence revealed the extreme measures she takes with her children to ‘teach them a valuable lesson’.

She wrote

“Every week she gets $7… in allowance. But I explained to her that in the real world most people spend most of their paycheck on bills with little to spend on themselves,” Evans wrote. “So I make her give me $5… back. $1 for rent, $1 for water, $1 for electricity, $1 for cable and $1 for food.

“The other $2 she gets to save or do what she wants with. Now, what she doesn’t know is the $5 is actually going away in her savings account which I will give back to her when she turns 18,” continued Evans.

“This strategy not only prepares your child for the real world… but when they see how much real bills are they will appreciate you for giving them a huge discount,” said Evans.

Her post has been shared over 300,000 times and as many likes. What is your opinion of such a parenting plan?


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This Busy mum wants to pay Sh6,500 an hour for a professional to potty train 3-year-old daughter

A couple have advertised for a professional to help potty train their daughter. The busy mum is willing to pay Sh6,500 an hour for the skills so that their daughter is out of nappies by Christmas day.

The couple has posted an advert for a professional ‘potty trainer’ for their three-year-old daughter ahead of the in-laws visiting at Christmas.

In the advert, the anonymous mother explains that she and her husband, who live in Britain, have struggled to train their toddler to use the toilet due to their ‘busy careers’.

She says she is ‘very conscious’ their daughter should be using the toilet by now, and is ‘desperate’ to get her potty trained in time for when her husband’s parents visit.

Posting on, the mother says they are now looking to pay a professional £50 an hour for 10 hours of training a week – adding that they will offer a ‘handsome bonus’ if they manage to get their daughter trained in time.

She explains that they already have a housekeeper who looks after their daughter ‘day to day’, but are looking for additional help with potty training.

The ideal candidate is described as someone with at least ten years’ experience in child care, as their daughter ‘can be somewhat difficult’ and ‘doesn’t respond well to authority’.

She adds that previous experience in toilet training is a ‘must’ – and that she will require ‘multiple references demonstrating this.’

In the advert, the mother says she and her husband, who also have a dog named Rex, both work full-time work in ‘demanding jobs.’

In an advert that made headlines yesterday, a mother explains how she and her husband, who live in Surrey, have struggled to train their toddler to use the toilet due to their 'busy careers' 

In the advert, the mother explains how she and her husband, who live in Surrey, have struggled to train their toddler to use the toilet due to their ‘busy careers.

Despite previously trying to potty train their daughter, she says they have now realised they ‘simply do not have the time to do so’.

They have set a deadline of December 23 for their daughter to be fully using their toilet.

Responding to the unusual advert, Richard Conway, founder of said: ‘Toilet training can be a real battle, I think it’s just assumed that it will be a case of showing kids how to use one and after a few weeks they’ll be good to go, which couldn’t be more untrue.

‘It can be time consuming and some parents, for whatever reason, just can’t do it alone.

‘I don’t think it’s anything to be ashamed of to admit that you need some professional help.’

He added: ‘This family is willing to pay well for someone to teach their child in a short space of time, and I’m sure they’ll be able to find someone, especially as they’re willing to be flexible and seem very open to the professional’s guidance.

I’m sure the extra cash will come in handy right before Christmas as well!

‘We’re pleased they’ve used our platform to find the help they need. I’m sure our community of more than 500,000 childcare professionals will rally to their aid!’

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‘I Was Raped By A Family Friend And Was Forced To Terminate The Pregnancy,’ Woman Shares Heartbreaking Story About Her Past Which Still Haunts Her

There’s nothing as bad as someone taking away your virginity forcefully. This leaves one traumatized for the rest of their life and a young woman who was raped while still a virgin has shared her sad story.

According to this woman, she was raped by a close family friend who left her pregnant and she had no option but to terminate the pregnancy. She says since then, life has never been the same again.

“I was raped as a virgin by a family friend. I was still battling with the trauma of the rape when I fell ill and my mum ran tests on me and we discovered I was 3 months pregnant as a result of the rape. I was heartbroken but my parents were forced to agree to me having an abortion which I did successfully, after that, my psychology about men hasn’t been the same.

I started having trust issues till date and the funny part is that I never get wet, though some of my friends will see a guy and get attracted to the person and they end up getting laid and come back to tell me how many times they reached their climax but I’ll b wondering what the heck they are talking about because I have no idea what is called cum as I’ve not experienced it before during lovemaking . I am scared of sex and I’ve lost a couple of relationship because of this fear. I turn down proposals because I don’t want to sex starve my future husband and he ends up going outside to cheat. So many times I see people that are in love and I wish to be in love too like them but the fear of sex will just grip me and I’ll run back immediately into my shell, mind you I’ve gone for counseling on this same issue and nothing has changed.

I feel very lonely sometimes but I’d rather masturbate than let a man touch me. Will I ever find true love? Is there any good man out there that isn’t crazy about sex that would love me without feeling irritated or impatient by my dryness? I’m really depressed, please I need your advice.”

Here are some of the pieces of advice from social media users

Molly: First of all go through psychological counseling so you can get rid of your past. Then after that try and open your heart to love and give it a chance it won’t be easy just take it slow and steady and you will pick up. Make sure you date a guy that truly loves you, Explain your past to him if he is the right man for you he will stay with you, support you and you guys will pass this together and get back your sexual life.

Sean: It’s a gradual process dear! Let’s go the past, take time to find true love and give trust a chance.

Kareen: Work on yourself dear, try to forget the past and concentrate on the future sex in not everything, there are still good guys out der

Brian: You need a psychologist to help you out….what you are going through is as a result of the rape and the result of the rape. It’s called PTSD. Your inability to get wet or climax is also linked to the disorder because most psychological problems affect physiological functioning(Psychosomatic symptoms). Once u r treated psychologically. You will get back to normal

Hilarious! Kenyan Men Reveal Why Their Fathers Can Never Say “I Love You” To Them (AUDIO)

Dear men, has your father ever told you that he loves you, and if not, have you ever told him those three words and how did it turn out?

Well, today on the morning conversation, Larry Asego revealed how his father recently told him that he loves him, something that he has never done in his life.

According to Larry, his father is the typical kind of African men who do not believe in some cultures like men going to the kitchen or cooking, or telling their children; “I love you.”


This is what he said;

Yesterday my dad sent me a text message telling me that he loves me. I was so shocked and taken aback, that I had to call my siblings to ask them if he had told them the same thing, and apparently, he did.

In my entire life, I have never heard my dad say those three words because he’s a typical African man, who doesn’t believe in such.

Then, I called my mum and told her about it, and she just laughed.

So, let me ask you, has your father ever told you that he loves you? And have you ever told your dad that you love him, and if yes, how did he react?

According to Mwalimu King’ang’i, African men never say this three words.

Male listeners called Larry and all of them confessed that it was a hard off for their fathers to tell them such words, with some saying that fathers back in the day, were very strict and others even considered it a taboo.

Listen to the audio below as Kenyan men talk about this rare show of affection from fathers.



Nani Kama Mama! Kenyan Man Reveals How His Mother Donated Her Liver To Save His Life And His Painful Ordeal

Remember Anthony Maina Ng’ang’a? Well, he is the Kenyan man who left many shedding tears after he narrated how God saved him from death.

In 2015, Maina developed a liver disease that changed the colour his eyes to yellow (Jaundice) and was forced to undergo treatment in India. With the help of well-wishers, Maina managed to raise money and traveled abroad.

Anthony Maina Ng'ang'a


Maina shared after a successful transplant while still in India.

Well, Anthony Maina is back home. His health has improved compared to last year when he was ailing. He is a happy man finally.

On 13th June this year, Maina took to Facebook to thank God for giving him another chance to live and also his mother who donated her liver to him. Here is what he posted.

“Today marks one year since my liver transplant.
Last year a day like today I underwent a surgery that took more than 15 hours. I know it was by the hand of God that I survived it. I still remember what the doctor told me when I was able to walk. ‘You gave me a scare young man you should be really grateful to God.’
Happy rebirth to me and I’d like to thank my mother for giving me her liver.”

Here is the new photo he shared



Isn’t God great?

Kenyans are overwhelmed and here is what some of them had to say;

Gracie: Nani kama mama? We thank God for mamas.

Mariam: Proud of your mom, may God give her internal liver…

Njoroge: God is great always, thanks to your mom too, you look awesomely healthy brother

Terry: Kindly can someone tell me what happened to his mother after removing her liver. Did she survive after that? Mother’s love is pure indeed!

Anthony: Maina Ng’ang’a, your mom surely deserves a standing ovation. She is a true definition of a selfless mom

Esther: Jehovah is indeed faithful when people write a negative verdict about Your life and God says otherwise. You will live long! Your mom is a blessing!

Liz: We thank God for your loving mom, for enabling her to do this for you, I pray that God grants you both good health, love. Please love your mom, most of all God who has made all this possible

OMG! You Won’t Believe Who Tina Kaggia’s ‘Sponsor’ Is

Mid-morning show presenter Tina Kaggia is a happy woman, not only does she have very adorable children – and looks nothing like a mother of three – she has a loving husband who’s been by her side for 4 years now.

The comedian, real name, Nathan Kimani and Tina are blessed with two children, a son and the recent addition to the family, a baby girl. But this was Tina’s third child, with a grown-up daughter from a previous relationship, who JB adopted as his own.

The lovebirds are happily married and seem to be closer and happier each day if the sweet, passionate messages they share about each other on social media is anything to go by.

Tina recently shared a very adorable photo of JB Masanduku when he was younger, and it looks like the entertainer has not aged one bit. She put up the photo with this touching, yet hilarious post, where she even called him a ‘sponsor’:

You gave them babies those helicopter ears ???. Ayayu shweerie. I Just had to post this ???. #ManCrushForLife #Baby Daddy #LoveOfMyLife #sponza ?? #MyWorld.





So Heart-Warming! Away From Politics, This Is How Raila Odinga Spends His Time (Photos)

Raila Amolo Odinga is not only a politician but a loving husband to Idah Odinga, a father to four children; the late Fidel, Rosemary, Raila Jr. and Winnie and also a grandfather.

Many people are used to seeing the Cord leader as a politician, but yesterday he shared rare photos while spending quality time with his grand-daughter, Baby Senayi.

The special moment happened when Senayi paid Raila Odinga a surprise visit at his Capitol Hill offices, as she sat on his laps while scribbling words on a sticky note with a pencil.

From the photos, Raila looks excited and thrilled to have his grand-daughter around, a side many of us are not used to seeing with the opposition leader.

He shared the heart-warming photos with this short caption: “Special moments with my grand-daughter Senayi who paid me a surprise visit in the office today.”


Here is the post from Twitter:


A Father’s Love: Tina Kaggia Reveals Why Her Dad Made Her Cry When She Was Young

Mid-morning radio presenter Tina Kaggia is one of the most popular local celebrities in the media industry and her mellow voice keeps listeners glued to her show.

Tina Kaggia is not only a radio presenter but also a loving wife to popular comedian JB Masanduku, real name, Nathan Kimani, and a caring mother to 3 beautiful children.

The first born daughter, who is book smart, is from a previous relationship while the other two, a handsome boy, who turned two years old a few days ago, and the newest addition to the family, a cute baby girl, who’s around 6 months now.

Tina, hubby and her second born

Tina Kaggia appreciates and loves her family, but there is another person who owns her heart, and that’s her loving father. The humble radio presenter took time to appreciate her young-looking dad and celebrate him during Father’s Day.

In the long post, she also revealed how she used to wail when her father would travel and how she would not stop crying either when he came back. Read the touching message below:

When I was about 2 years old my paps went to Mombasa on a business trip for about a week. From what I gather, I cried the entire time and would not eat.The day he came back I was so excited that all I could do was Mpaka I was sweating.That’s how much I love this man.The most humble,caring God fearing, wise person I have ever met.I thank God for him. #HappyFathersDay

How sweet! Well, meet Tina Kaggia’s father who looks nothing like his age, below;




Diamond’s Wife, Zari Hassan Is The Happiest Woman On Earth. Here’s Why

Zarinah Hassan is one of the most popular female celebrities in Africa at the moment, and some of this popularity can be attributed to the fact that she is wife to Bongo star, Diamond Platnumz.

Zari and Diamond hooked up back in 2014 and despite denying rumours that they were dating, they eventually let the cat out of the bag to confirm that they were an item.

A few months down the line, the lovely couple announced that they were expecting a child, Tiffah Dangote, who is now all grown up and is almost a year old. They recently celebrated DNA results that confirmed that Princess Tiffah is truly Diamond’s daughter.

Zari and Diamond are not only in a relationship but also business partners who recently got endorsed as the faces  of Vodacom Tanzania and also travel together for his shows around and outside East Africa.


Though this is Zari’s first child and daughter with Diamond, this is actually her fourth child, as she has three boys from a previous relationship with Uganda tycoon, Ivan Semwanga.

Though there have been rumours going around that Zari and Diamond are experiencing a rocky marriage, Zari has proved her haters wrong, by posting a photo cuddling with her hubby, looking happy and delighted with the caption;

So many reasons to be happy…. God is good all the time??#TheSimbas

Despite all the gossip, Zari has shown that she’s clearly happy with her life, with a superstar and caring husband, lovely children, and financial stability with businesses in South Africa.


So Adorable! Meet Betty Kyallo’s Cute Little Sister Who Could Be Mistaken For Her Twin!

Betty Kyallo is one of the most beautiful and gorgeous TV news anchors in the media industry and despite her recent marriage drama, she seems to be doing well.

Her marriage to NTV investigative reporter Dennis Okari, has apparently hit the rocks and the two are no longer an item after a highly publicised, extravagant wedding affair eight months ago.

The former love birds, who have a daughter together,  had dated for almost 6 years and have cited ‘irreconcilable differences’  as the reason for their breakup.


Betty Kyallo seems to have picked up the pieces and is now back on her feet doing what she loves best, looking even more stunning. She recently shared a family photo with her two sisters, Mercy Kyallo and their little sister, who goes by the name, Gloria Kyallo.

Their last born sister is indeed very beautiful and resembles Betty Kyallo, leaving no doubt that the young one is her sibling.

Check out more photos of Betty Kyallo’s beautiful sister, Gloria, below.








Dear Parents, Here Are 7 Things To Do If You Want To Raise Good Kids

Every parent wants to raise a good kid, but your little ones can’t do it alone; they need help and guidance from the adults in their lives.

According to human development researchers at Harvard, there are some guidelines supported by research studies that parents can look to for help raising a caring child, as well as seven tips to help put it all into action:

1. Spend time with your kids regularly and engage in meaningful conversation.
By spending time with kids regularly, they will learn to be caring and loving by example — show affection, take a genuine interest in their life, encourage their efforts and praise their accomplishments, ask open-ended questions to foster meaningful conversation, support them endlessly.


2. Be a solid role model and a strong mentor.
Children will respect what you tell them to do when they see you doing the same, so pay close attention to the way you practice the values you’re urging your children to follow — honesty, humility, contributing to the community — as they will pick up on the way you act. Tell them when you make a mistake and talk them through the way you’ll fix it.

3. Send clear messages and prioritize being kind.
Caring for others is often encouraged as a top priority, so treat it that way by holding your children to high ethical expectations not only in your own home but at school.
Ask their teachers if they are caring during the school day, tell your kids that it’s important that they are kind to others.


4. Provide opportunities to be caring by giving responsibilities.
When children are expected to do chores around the house, helping others will more likely become a natural opportunity for them to be caring in their daily routine.
Express gratitude and appreciation to them and motivate them to make giving thanks to others a part of their everyday practice.

5. Help children to “zoom out” to understand the range of hardships.
Children typically care about a smaller group of family and friends, but to expand their circle, try to talk about other communities and the different challenges people face.

Discuss issues and provide them with ideas of ways they could help fix some of the problems they see in their own community. Encourage them to listen to others, especially those who may be different than them.


6. Provide opportunities for kids to take action, join causes, and do for others.
When your child is faced with an issue, help them take action and talk it out, and encourage them to work with others to solve problems. Try to translate their interests into a cause they could join and give them opportunities to talk about ethical dilemmas that come up both in real life and in the media.

7. Help children to identify feelings and resolve conflicts with self-control.
Encourage your children to identify their feelings and then provide them with the tools to manage them with control — deep breaths, counting until they are calm — and help them to resolve conflicts by also understanding the feelings that others are experiencing.










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Old Is Gold! Sheila Mwanyigha’s Mother Is Too Stunning For Her Age!

Sheila Mwanyigha is no doubt one of the hottest celebrities in the Kenyan media industry.

Although she is no longer on radio and TV after quitting her position as a radio presenter and TV host at Nation Media Group, she’s still one of our favorite media personalities.

The sassy singer’s still got her game going years down the line since her singing days as Nikki and especially after she cut weight at the end of last year, looking sexy and younger!

The former Tusker Project Fame host recently took to her Instagram to share a beautiful photo with her mother, who I must say looks stunning for her age, with this moving caption;

There’s no day off for mums. There’s no day the job is done. There’s no day the kids can go figure it out on their own. There’s no day the kids stop being their babies.

Though Sheila Mwanyigha likes keeping her private life under wraps, she has never hesitated to share photos of her parents once in a while, and from the pic, it’s clear that her mother is ageing gracefully.

Check out the gorgeous photo below!


Men Take Note! 5 Things Your Wife Is Not Telling You

Are married women really happy in their marriages? Sometimes it’s the little things that make them really happy and content enough to keep their homes together.

According to Huffington Post, relationship coaches and marriage therapists were asked to share the most common complaints of women who are feeling discontented in their marriages.

Well, here are 5 things your wife is probably not telling you:

1. She wants to hear a ‘thank you’ for the things she does every day
Undermining her duties as a wife and home keeper will breed more resentment. Your wife doesn’t like to be taken for granted which means noticing the things she does and a little appreciation such as saying ‘thank you’ would make her day better.

2. She wants a partner who can be trusted completely
Your wife doesn’t want to worry as you go about your daily activities. She doesn’t want headaches over whom you are texting at night or who you flirt with when she’s not with you. A woman is secured when she completely trusts that her husband is faithful.


3. She wants a partner who is aware of her needs and wants
It’s not just about remembering her birthdays or anniversaries, but noticing the little things she does, you can tell when she’s in a good mood or having a bad day. You don’t have to read her mind to know these things and when you notice, you try to do something to make her feel better.

4. She wants to be seen as imperfect sometimes
Wives want to be seen as not being perfect all the time. She wants to be cheered up by her spouse when she’s falling apart. She wants to be reminded that there’s a shoulder to lean on. She wants someone who supports her through and through.

5. She wants you to help out with the kids without her asking
She wants combined parental upbringing for the kids. Wives want their husband to be willing to help the kids with their work or babysit when the need arises and do it with kindness and patience.






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