“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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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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I have five kids and I’m 27 – matatu driver brags to Maina with pride

On the Tuesday morning conversation, it was all about whether we plan financially for the children we have or intend to have.

Do Kenyans plan economically for the children they have? Maina asked adding that ‘I don’t get it, and all the time serikali saidia, saidia nini na ulijiweka kwa hiyo shimo? Ii’m trying to get this but I can’t.’

This led to a flood of confessions from male callers that they are African and that means they make babies regardless of if they can afford to feed the children or not.

For instance a matatu driver calmly told Maina that he has five kids and wants more, only this time with another woman. His argument? Try to get different genes with different women.black-family-620x480-610x400

He said ‘ I’m 27,  and Ihave five kids and Im’ a matatu driver. Na wote wamesome, three have degrees, aie nitawacha nimebaki mmoja. I have outside kids on my salary, nasaidiwa kulipa’ He concluded cheekily.

What kind of reasoning is this? Children are a heritage from God according to the Classic 105 fans who argued for many children.

Mungu alisema tujaze dunia. As for me 2 are enough. Ikienda sana 3

Njoroge Dorcas..
let people feel the earth bro,,,, even if you can get 20 kids and take good care of them it’s better,,,I can’t see any problem here #MainaAndKingangiBLACK_FAMILY_0

Yes it’s very important,, because at the end of the day I also want the best for my kids like education,food ,clothes,just to mention but a few. But the moment I have more than I can handle ,nitalemewa

A caller to the staion said “Tukipata msichana as a first born tutaendelea kupata watoto mpaka nipate kijana.” #MainaAndKingangi


@ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya kuwa na watoto wengi it’s a total guarantee for your safety. Mimi niko na mmoja Tz, wawili Ug na wawili hapa Kenya. @MwalimChurchill #MainaAndKingangi

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‘The irony!’ Kenyans tell off politicians about breaking MOH guidelines

On the Monday morning conversation with Maina and King’ang’i, the topic of discussion was about how politicians are actively campaigning breaking all Government Covid rules.

Are people still following the COVID-19 guidelines? like wearing a mask, washing your hands etc

: Do you think its time to move on? #MainaAndKingangi

Can we be real, Maina said about it ‘I’ve got my own personal view and Iv’e talked to the president and told him whats going on on the ground, but he has to follow the experts’ while Mwalimu was of the opinion that this sends the wrong message to Kenyans who will also break rules ‘hakuna mtu anavaa mask, hai, did you see that rally? Yani its only in Nairobi, maisha inaendelea, mungu saidia’


Fiona called Maina and weighed in saying ‘mahali nimefika i am so disappointed with this Government, they are campaigning and yet thy are telling us to stay home, we are jobless, broke hungry. It is s painful to see what they are doing. You can’t be campaigning and telling us to stay home.’

Joseph from Kisumu said ‘I think what is happening makes me think the government is flattening the curve to serve their interest. Recently i saw my folks in Bomet, social distancing was a myth, nobody was summoned for breaking rules, and jana I saw the chief hustler, I think there is something at play.

‘The people who should wake up is us as Kenyans, why should we allow politicians to do whatever, and we are just there, when are we as Kenyans ever gonna learn? ‘At the end of the day, we should demand answers from them, Kenyans we should wake up, actions speak louder than words, let the politicians come to our areas, but we shouldn’t turn up, let us teach them a lesson’.
Bella Ndichu said..’How many of them do you see following rules… ni Supermarket pekee na church ndo hufuata.. Waache nye! nye! nye!…. Am tired of washing hands, I just wash the tips of my fingers if I have to.’

mary kibe(Mama County) said…Is this the social distance?? Did u watch Jeff koinange showing Rwanda town yesterday?? Tumechoka kufunga pumper kwa midomo. Let the president return everything to normal. Makhufuli knew

Purity Ng’ethe added angrily that ‘#MainaAndKingangi yesterday i went to shags matatu ni wanne wanne i was shocked and i asked conductor and he told me wee corona iliisha kalia twende Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joyno masks at all @Classic105Kenya @ItsMainaKageni’

KIPLETING MANUELA LE MAGICIAN also insisted the economy be opened ..’It is very unfortunate that our own leaders are law breakers. We have seen in recent huge political rallies,No Masks,No social distance and this makes me doubt If Corona really exist..So sad’

Patrick ManjeruFlag of Kenya..‘They should reopen the economy. Small businesses are the ones which are hurting.. Again if you want to wear a mask, sanitize or keep distance it’s your body, your health…’

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I drink a ka-quarter every morning – matatu driver confesses

When it comes to disobeying the law, Kenyans are notorious and proved so during the Monday morning conversation, where Maina Kageni asked people to respond tot he question of why we obey only when forced.

He asked:

Do we ever do anything without being forced. Some people are not wearing their mask, washing their hands.

Ni nini mbaya na sisi wakenya? Do we ever do things because its good for us? #MainaAndKingangi

To which many responded citing instances when rules are broken or why they simply don’t care for laws put in place to protect us.

One man who coincidentally sounded drunk owing to his speech, confessed that he has to have a quarter drink before driving the matatu. He knows all too well that anyone there is a law advising people not to drive when drunk, but he doesn’t care.

He said ‘mimi lazima kila siku nikunywe ka quarter kabla nipeleke gari. It’s the only way I feel I can handle the day. Nikiona polisi ndio najifanya’.

Another man admitted to always breaking rules about ‘usikojoe hapa’. He fortunately – no I didn’t make a mistake saying this- he learnt the hard way as Kenyans always do. He describes the one time that made his learn some manners.


“Maina mimi na marafiki zangu tulienda kujisaidia pahali pameandikwa ‘usikojoe hapo’ hatukujua kuna wire ya stima. Tulijione mambo!”

So why are we such hard headed citizens who don’t care for rules? Here are some comments that may just annoy you.

A caller said ‘Maina Kenyans ni vichwa ngumu naturally, hawapendi kuambiwa kitu and we have accepted ourselves that way aki

Another admitted tot he same thought adding ‘it’s called testing the waters ,maina why are you surprised ? Uwezi toa ukenya ndani yetu’

@ItsMainaKageni Kenyans are crazy, they always break those rules and say inside them ‘kwani watadu?’


Why should we wear a mask? Our leaders are preaching water yet they drink wine. Tulichoka zamani sana

Our leaders are preaching water and drinking wine. They serve as role models

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Hilarious confessions by Kenyans parents in tears over homeschooling 


It’s safe to say that homeschooling is not going well in Kenyan based on the confession of parents who called in to Classic 105 on Friday morning.

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Parents are facing a whole new world with children being home from school.

And because of the homeschooling process, many of them have realized just how grateful they are for teachers.

Mwalimu said ‘Frankly speaking we need to respect and check on them once in a while, wametutoa mbali’

To which Maina said ‘Amen’

Here are hilarious confessions of how things are going:

Carol Radull narrates the pain of losing her two family members to cancer

Aky nakutolea kofia ,I wish uko karibu hii ya grade 2 nikuletee ,maina kanashinda kakinechekelea ,aty kwan mom mlisoma nn shule Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joyFace with tears of joy aky ziezani why lie #mainaandkingangi

school timetable
One I was to download & print problems related 2 teeth, I did but in black & white wee she asked me how will I explain it needs coloured to differentiate bleeding gums from akia ang’owa wee it ain’t a joke #MainaAndKingangi they will always challenge u

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angry mum cellotapes kids
Caller: “My child is in class seven and the other one in class eight. She asked me a math question and I told her to go ask the one in class eight. Maina corona imetufungua macho itabidi turudi shule.” #MainaAndKingangi
I never knew a chicken has a specific way of drawing itUnamused face we argued for two days and I gif up…

Nghaiiiii it’s hectic. Am lucky my daughter Mashirima is at home. She has saved me alot especially on Maths.Face with tears of joy

I was in such a bad state the psychiatrist wanted to admit me – Maureen Waititu

Maina this teacher they try now… nowadays I have downloaded a dictionary…when my daughter speaks English vocabularys zingine sielewi and am left wondering what’s that?!!!na ndio asijue sijui I use my dictionary…
Wale wazazi uambia watoto wa Mimi nilikuanga namba 1 mpaka class 8 sahii maths ya grade 3 inawapelekaje @Classic105Kenya @ItsMainaKageni #MainaAndKingangi


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Women can’t become successful without a man’s financial help


Is a man in any way involved financially in the eventual success of women?

The issue of whether a woman can’t be successful without a mans financial help caused quite a buzz on the morning conversation with Maina and Mwalimu.

Men called in saying women can’t make it on their own and that a mans wallet is the key to a woman making any wealth.

Mwalimu Kingangi said

Behind every successful woman there is a man crying somewhere. 

There is a man ameisha amekonda kabisa because of this, we are talking about suffering men, kuna mwanaume amenyonywa ameisha

Back in 2013, a study published online in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.suggested that a womans success hurts her male partners ego. The study involved 896 people in five experiments conducted in the United States and the Netherlands.

It all was ignited by a classic fan’s comments hitting out at women that

You know we are the capital, kwa pesa za mwanamke lazima pesa ilianzia kwa mwanaume, where do they get their money from 

If you traced the source of a woman’s wealth, is it possible that a man contributed by financing her along the way?


Maina dismissed these thoughts as coming from men with fragile egos, sentiments supported by his female fans who responded harshly

This is pure stereotyping……today’s woman is educated. That’s what this bitter men speaking are scared of. Let it choke them hard that today’s woman doesn’t need them to rise. They can do it. It’s not even debatable!
Women are hard working and many we have made it even without a mans help!This mentality of there must be a man behind a woman’s success is total nonsense!😡

Why should men underestimate our strength, we nowadays don’t allow you to think on our behalf ,please apply logic when you gotta disagree with this.We are independent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is not the era where women r sat on she has ideas to make money and a future for her family…..so e need to make herown money an its not contributed by any man she uses her hands and mind….men stop undermining women…..#MainaAndKingangi
The reason why most single moms are good financially is not because they are getting through men,its because of their hardwork since they can do several jobs to make ends meet because hakuna mwanaume atamkazia kufanya kazi flani bora n descent na inaleta chakula kwa meza.
Jennifer Kanyiri
kwani men think they’re the only ones entitled to have money and wealth? Today’s woman is educated and get her own money #MainaAndKingangi
The men saying that women can’t make it on their own are not only insulting hardworking women but men too who are a product of single mothers who singlehandedly raised their kids from scratch and never gave up. May God forgive them for their ignorance. #MainaAndKingangi
You mean if I wake up 2day&decide am doin this,I’ll get my first capital frm aman?thea soft loans I can easily get for heaven sake!
In this case men r tryin to say they’re the only source of money Stupidity of the highest order



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‘Never beg or plead in your marriage’ City mum advises 


If for some reason your marriage ended today, would you marry again?

This discussion was provoked by an article published in the local dailies asking Kenyan men to reveal if they would remarry, should their current marriage fail.

Not a single man said he would.

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The constant nagging, monitoring every coin spent, accusing and control are some of the reasons why men find it hell being married.


Classic co-host Mwalimu Kingangi shared his thoughts saying

There are women who are headaches. Have you ever seen a trap you can’t get out of, there are men suffering, and would never remarry, it’s like going to form one again, never.

Mwalimu pleaded his case that many male listeners agreed with

there are men here who are finished, if they told their mother what they are going through, they would be taken back by mum, it’s just that they can’t report it to the cops

Woman burned alive by her husband dies of respiratory complications

The true colors of one woman came out when she let the truth be known to men.


She was ready with some hard hitting facts for men saying

”Kenyan marriage life is a 50/50 gamble. If you want to marry a woman, you shouldn’t expect to be treated better while you treat her badly. Women too wouldn’t remarry after leaving our marriages!” #MainaAndKingangi

We don’t pretend, if you see something amiss, tell him. Ati oh if  you ask a man where he has been, that he will now cheat on  you? We won’t pretend that everything is ok when in the real sense it is not? My point is a man will cheat regardless, so lets not cheat each other in a marriage and if you feel you are not ready to get married, kaa na mama yako, na hakuna kubembelezana kwa marriage. Why should I beg you, it should not be one sided, not always women begging a man.

‘I dated him as a mkokoteni guy only to be dumped when he got rich’ -Mary


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