‘My Wife Is Always Inciting Me To Fight Other Men Especially Club Bouncers,’ Angry Man Reveals

Some women are just crazy. They will do anything just to hurt their better halves especially if they are the silent killer types.

They will incite fights and run to their husbands for help or leave them to fight on their behalf but why?

Well, a Kenyan man is not happy with his wife. According to this well-mannered man, his wife always incites him to fight other men especially club bouncers, waiters, and even matatu conductors/matatus who are known to be fierce beings on earth.

He is tired of his wife’s behaviour and he needs your help.

“My wife has this stupid habit of picking unnecessary fights with other men when she is with me. She insults waiters, bouncers, matatu passengers and on one occasion, a policeman. Last week, she showed two makangas the middle finger and told them they could do nothing to her because she was with her husband (me). Two weeks earlier, she dragged me into a pub fight, which ended with me being beaten like a thief. I went home with a swollen nose and torn trousers. How do I stop this nonsense?”

My brother, if she incites a fight with a man please take her handbag and leave. Do not interrupt what God has planned..:-)

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Let’s Await The Fireworks As Kilimani Mums Admins Take Online Cat Fight To Court

Kilimani Mums is always set to private a bit of drama! The administrators of this popular Facebook group have taken their very ugly online cat fights to court.

Magdalene Nzisa, a lawyer who started the Kilimani Mums Facebook group, has taken the co-admin Purity Nduta to court. The two has a dramatic falling out that was documented in the group. It was at this time Purity was removed as an admin of the group.

No one thought the fallout would lead to a court battle, but here we are…

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Purity was informed about the lawsuit through a notice posted in the media as an advertisement.

The case will be heard on Friday at the Milimani Commercial Court.

Here is what the advertisement read,

“TAKE NOTE THAT A PLAINT AND NOTICE OF MOTION APPLICATION HAVE BEEN FILLED IN THE CHIEF MAGISTRATE COURT AT NAIROBI, MILIMANI COMMERCIAL COURTS IN CIVIL SUIT NO. 148 OF 2017 IN WHICH YOU ARE NAMED AS THE DEFENDANTS. SERVICE OF THE SUMMONS ON YOU HAS BEEN ORDERED BY MEANS OF THIS ADVERTISEMENT. A COPY OF THE SUMMONS, THE NOTICE OF MOTION APPLICATION AND PLAINT MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE COURT AT THE CHIEF MARGISTRATE’S COURT AT NAIROBI, MILIMANI COMMERCIAL COURTS REGISTRY AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT, UNLESS YOU ENTER AN APPEARANCE WITHIN 15 DAYS OF TODAY’S DATE, THE CASE WILL BE HEARD IN YOUR ABSENCE.”

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This lawsuit could just turn out to be a soap opera of sorts. On Friday, members of Kilimani Mums will be sitting on the edge of their seats watching as these two big-wigs battle it out.

Never Say These Things When Arguing With Your Partner

Arguments are part of every healthy relationship though at times they can get downright dirty if not done in the proper atmosphere. Just because your partner has pissed you off doesn’t mean that you have a right to hurt them intentionally.

When caught up in a fight with your partner, here are some of the phrases you should never use:

You always” or “You never” – First and foremost this line is usually a lie in most cases and the reason you’re using it is because you are angry. Your partner is not perfect and may not do everything for you but they try. It also means that you have certain “expectations” that you feel are never met.. but the question here would be why are you with them is they “never” do anything? Step back and say what is bothering you in the moment, specifically, to work through this particular situation.

Don’t Call Anyone Out – Your partner has a name, infact its more than one so use it. Don’t go calling each other names because it’s simply disrespectful and unacceptable. In as much as you are frustrated, calling someone out of their name will only escalate the issue. You want to work through the issues not continue fighting.

Don’t Patronize or Mock Your Mate – Simply put its making someone look or feel dumb. Saying things like “ You can’t understand its too complicated” or “Yeah, you’re a woman it’s I expected that from you” . It simply means you have no value or respect for their opinion and in this case their point is invalid to you. Also shows how little you care about their thoughts.

Times To Avoid Arguments With Your Partner

Let’s face it guys…every couple fights. What matters in a fair fight is the way it’s done and how you settle the differences. There are times when your spouse totally gets on your nerves and you would want to pick a fight with them, but sometimes it may not be an appropriate time and here’s why:

When either of you is driving – If at all it’s not safe to even drink and drive, why would you want to argue? Arguments will distract your partner and just in a split second you could both end up in a ditch. I’m pretty sure it can wait till you get home.
On your way to workFor the sake of a good day at work, do not argue while he’s dropping you off. You both don’t need to have a bad day ahead.


When there are other people around – The relationship is between the two of you, why would you want the whole world to do know your dirty laundry? Relax, smile and wait to deal with it later.


In front of childrenYour children should not see or hear you argue, it will not give a good picture to them besides you might say things in anger that may affect the child’s perception of the parent.


If you are feeling tired, stressed out or even hungry Your moods will probably affect what you say and you may end up taking your work related stress out on someone who has nothing to do with it.


When either or both of you are under the influence of alcohol Alcohol affects your thinking and you may just say something that you didn’t mean to. So avoid fighting during tipsy moments because you can’t take that back.


Special days like Birthdays, Anniversaries – Don’t ruin the day with arguments, just enjoy and deal with the issues the next day.

MITM: Women locking men out of their own homes

What happens when you show up at home past 1 am find your furious wife eagerly waiting for you but she won’t open the door, she orders you to go back where you’re from?

In our morning conversation with Maina and King’ang’i women confess to telling their men’ rudi mahali umetoka’. Some men say that they eagerly oblige to go back where they came from and even extend their stay to 3 days or a week to teach the wife a lesson.

One woman confesses to waiting for her man to come home whether he shows up at the wee hours of the morning or doesn’t show up at all. She says that she wouldn’t risk the chance of her man knocking on the door and leaving because she was asleep and couldn’t open for him.

She says that her husband was once away for three days and when he came back, he said that he went away because he knocked and the woman didn’t open. How crazy is this girls?

Aren’t you giving your man leeway to see his mpango wa kando by ordering him to go back to where he was?

Listen to the confessions below