‘Wasafi records of their time’ Maina says about departed John De’ Mathew

Maina Kageni and King’ang’i recently had some interesting tidbits about the late John De’ Mathew who died on Sunday.

Maina emotionally spoke about the late singer saying that he had led Kikuyu artistes in general.

‘Thanks for the music. You left a mark.’ the host remembered.

He had sung 375 songs! 13 Facts about John De’ Mathew you didn’t know

He finished off with high praise saying that De Mathew was the Wasafi records of their time. Mr. Kageni also spoke about the recent theatrics by Neno Evangelical pastor James Ng’ang’a, saying,

I like James Ng’ang’a and his comedic value but I don’t understand how he could do this to the lady that he embarrassed. how does he do it and those guys keep on going to the church everyday? One day I will invite him onto Classic, we talk.

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Pastor-James-Ng’ang’a

Reactions to Pastor Ng’ang’a shamefully humiliating a female congregant

King’ang’i also enthused about the recent invasion of the Chinese where some of their citizens were also brewing the traditional alcoholic drink, chang’aa.

As reported by The Star, the two Chinese nationals were arrested with 800 litres of methanol and over 3,000 litres of chang’aa and busaa in Machakos.

The two, Wang Yalan and  Wang Haijian were arrested in there residence at  Green Park in Machakos. Detectives from  Machakos made the arrest after a tip-off from the public.

The two Chinese nationals arrested with 800 litres of methanol and over 3000 litres of changaa and busaa
The two Chinese nationals arrested with 800 litres of methanol and over 3000 litres of changaa and busaa

During the arrest, several sacks of sorghum, rice, drums of sorghum mixtures kept to Ferment and several huge water tanks.

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‘Hata mahari yangu nilijilipia mwenyewe!’ Love-struck woman tells Maina

Maina and King’ang’i had an interesting conversation today about women dating men who earn less than them.

Maina was of the opinion that it was wrong for a man to be dating a woman who had more money than he had.

Meanwhile King’ang’i was of the opinion that love should be the prevailing and decisive factor for dating.

The discussion was opened up to the listeners and one really shocked and disturbed Maina. The lady is called Aisha and she described her relationship to Rashid, her husband.

She told Maina that she took care of him and that they had four kids. Her revelation is below;

You want to break our marriages. When you start putting money into the equation then you are spoiling our marriages. My Rashid ako jobless. Hata mahari yangu nilijilipia mwenyewe. When I look back, I am glad that I have Rashid. I take care of everything in the home. Women should care about love more than money. Him not having a job does not disturb me. Our first son is in form two and we have four kids.

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Other comments from listeners are below;

Love respects no economic class-A male listener said.

I want to have a voice in my home and that cannot happen if I have a woman who is financially better-A male listener said.

Safisha mwanamme at your own risk-A female listener said.

Is Mwalimu serious? These men will leave you when the get success-A male listener said.

That man you are calling broke is someone’s son or brother. Love is about the heart-A male listener said.

Title of the man of the home is reserved for someone who is providing-A male listener said.

Where do you get a ready-made man in this Kenya? That is why women are nyemelearing older men. How do you compare love and money? Even you have refused to marry. How are women supposed to find husbands?-Wakanai told Maina.

I have been married for 2 years to a man who isn’t financially stable. He beats me even though I am pregnant. I am financially stable and I drive a better car than him. I did not know that he wasn’t financially successful when I met him. I can’t say if there is anything that he has done for me. I didn’t think I will be with a man who is abusive at my age.

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What King’ang’i thinks about Kenyan newspaper headlines (Audio)

Maina and King’ang’i had an interesting conversation today that concerned the choice of headlines on the front page of newspapers each day.

Mwalimu King’ang’i was passionate that our headlines are chockful of politics with names like Uhuru Kenyatta, Raila Odinga and William Ruto hegemonising them.

King’ang’i spoke about the 10,000-seater state-of-the-art facility, Kigali Arena, which is a historic indoor arena and is a first of its kind in East, Central Africa.

He wondered what was up with Nyayo National Stadium and said that he had heard that Maribou Stalks are running roughshod on the stadium.

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Mwalimu added that that was the news that was front and centre in Rwanda and something that Kenyan media houses should emulate.

‘When development news dominates the headlines, that is when our country will progress. At the moment we can’t move forward if we keep having politics as the mainstay in our newspapers.’ A rueful Kingangi said to the notable agreement of Maina.

If we can spend a week not dealing with politics we can progress as a nation. The two spoke about the county officials that aren’t being paid after the current stalemate between the counties and the central government over revenue allocation.

What do you think of his solution? Does it make sense? A phrase that closely correlates to the advice Mwalimu gave, was delivered by Earl Nightingale where he said,

‘We Become What We Think About Most Of The Time. We become what we think about most of the time, and that’s the strangest secret.’

Check out the video below;

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1 in 3 Kenyan women go on dates just for FREE FOOD – Maina reacts to study

 

Wait just one minute! Does this mean that Kenyan girls who post Instagram pics of food while on a date are there for the food?

A study suggests that women go on dates just for the fee food.

The 30 percent women are not interested in the man just the FREE FOOD.

The researchers at the Azusa Pacific University tried understanding the concept of ‘foodie calls’ where an individual intentionally goes on a date to enjoy free food and is not romantically interested in the other person. In fact, it can happen when the person is broke or is simply tempted to try a new restaurant. This study was published in the ‘Society for Personality and Social Psychology’ journals and was done on two different groups of women.

Classic 105’s Maina Kageni says the research is shocking.

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Maina reacted saying

To me that’s crazy ladies, women you’ve been used of being extremely cheap, ati on the first date you will go to a room

Maina posed this question

Would go on a date just for free food?

A female caller response surprised Maina

It’s true. Kenyan women are the cheapest with 10k you can have as many women as you want. Ukiwa na 2k unabuy mzinga na pesa ya gari asubuhi ( With 2,000 bob you buy her alcohol and money for a ride the next day) 

A certain allegation was also made by a man who shared his story of meeting a girl on Facebook, and their first date. He said she agreed to go to a room after the date

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Men responded that they believe Kenyan women go on dates for free food, and alcohol.

‘ I go on a date knowing I will take pictures for snapchat’ another woman confessed to Maina.

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‘I touched something very cold’ Man whispers to Maina about a leg

 

A man who ignored the advice about not letting social media fool you is regretting it.

His fascinating story begins on Facebook where he said

I dated a chick kwa facebook and I told her I want to know more about you. She said we meet for a date in town.

It all seems innocent right? Wrong!!

The man met the girl and was blown away by her beauty. The two Facebook friends met and after the ‘nice date’ they moved to a lodging for some good time.

So after meeting, I saw she was physically disabled and didn’t tell me that, so when I met her face to face I was taken aback. We went to the room, and she told me to switch of the lights and we started romancing

Maina wasn’t impressed and shouted back ‘Yani, the first time you met her, you took her to a lodging, oh my God what is this?

‘First of all. never take a woman to bed on the first date’ Maina Kageni interjected before the sorrowful man went on with his story about being completely blindsided on social media.

The man was not ashamed one bit and repeated ‘Yes I took her to the room, kwani’

He goes on to add

I touched her then I felt something cold like air, I panicked and asked myself is that real, I felt metal (machuma) I was scared to death. She told me she didn’t have one leg, I was scared I asked her are you a human being, let me tell you Maina I was in shock, so Facebook is all about lies

 

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The difference between wills written by Kenyan men and women

 

It’s been quite a week, from Kenyans learning that the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth has a secret wife and son, who has been included in his will.

To Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko encouraging ladies to expose politicians they have children with. This has proved quite a tricky issue.

Maina and Mwalimu debated this topic, after Mwalimu accused women of deliberately leaving men out of their wills, while expecting to be beneficiaries in their husbands.

Women called in to challenge Mwalimu, and brought out the stark differences between a man and a woman’s will.

The only listed beneficiary in a woman’s will is her children, while in a husbands last testament comprises of side chicks, secret children and countless other people.

Do you agree with this?

Read the confessions below:

Maina started with his advise to women while answering Mwalimu’s question.

He said

A man who makes you cry, a man who cheats on you girls if he is in your will, remove him today shouted maina.

A woman narrated

heheeh I have four kids, I’m a manager, my kids are beneficiaries, weuh if I die he will use my wealth with another woman. Then my kids are left suffering, let him get his own wealth, and leave mine alone to my children, ati make him a beneficiary?NEVER, he is only next of kin, let him hustle for his, you know in the event that he dies I will be left taking care of these kids, plus mimi nikikufa I am very sure one month atatafuta mtu, so awachie zangu kwa watoto

Another woman concurred saying

How now tuwaongeze kwa will how now? Look here you can give him money alafu aende kufurahisha mwingine ! That’s why my money is for my kids only..

So girls, is your husband a beneficiary in your will?

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‘No man has an issue taking care of his ‘other children’ – Mwalimu Kingangi

 

Are you the other woman in a mans life? You need to listen according to Classic 105 co-host Mwalimu Kingangi.

A fresh controversy has rocked Ken Okoth’s family as a second ‘wife’ emerged with his five-year-old son.

A Jubilee-nominated MCA, approached Okoth’s family on Tuesday evening and demanded that her son be recognised before his ‘father’ is interred.

The son, whose pictures with Okoth have been shared online, is well known among Okoth’s close circle and family members.

This formed the basis of the morning conversation with Maina Kageni and his co-host Mwalimu who were sharply divided over the matter of a dead mans other family.

This is after a male caller blasted side chicks who get children with married men.

He said

We love the kids not the woman, it doesn’t not mean co we have kid you are my wife, kama nataka maziwa nitanunua ngombe, and if you bring me the child I will raise it, we love the kid not the woman it does not mean that coz I have a kid with you you are automatically my wife, some of these women use the kid as bait, if you bring my child to me leave it at the doorstep and see if I will fail to raise it up

An excited Mwalimu supported this mans point of view with a similar opinion.

There is no man who has an issue with the kids men are ready to take care, its this other complication women bring, if a man is asked to write a will he will include them all, lets put emotions aside, bring the child alone, there is no man who has an issue with children, a lot of men have written their children in the will, most men will make sure they have written their children,

Dear Classic 105 fam, do you agree with this point of view?

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‘I can’t be kept in the shadows for 11 years’ Side chick speaks up

 

Should the ‘other woman’ ever tell the wife that her husband is cheating and possibly has children out there?

“Side chicks” have been investigated, discussed and explained in many formats.

A woman weighed on on the topic and making that unexpected call to his wife.

All women who have been in relationships have either felt, explored, or entertained and seek revenge in one way: and that’s the “phone call” to the wife or girlfriend of the man.

This side chick called in to the Classic 105 show and narrated her experience of being with a married man and how she handled being introduced forcibly to his family.

Here is the scenario she painted to Maina and Mwalimu:

I’ve been with a man for ten years and we’ve been hiding and we have a baby. So this weekend I’ve been telling him to go and say to his people, but he is not doing it and it has happened for long so I decided to tell the wife and his father.

She explains her thought process when making the dreaded call:

I called them, I spoke to the dad and I find it so selfish to commit with someone for all those years and hide them. At least they know I can’t continue being hidden you can’t gamble with life so that if he wants me I continue, the wife has always known I am in the picture so it’s just formal.

The father said he cannot accept me because of religion, so when he found out I had called his father he is quiet, but at least now I am known and also I want to whether I will continue being with him, and I love him. God will lead us, as for now if he doesn’t want us I will leave his life, I want people to know I have been in his life for the last 11 years.

Dear Classic 105 fam, we want to know from you: Is she right for having called the family?

Are this woman’s motivations pure as she relayed more details about the affair?

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Should the ‘other woman’ ever tell a wife her man has another family, Maina asks

If you’re the child of a wealthy man out there and are not known to his family, what are you doing about it?

If you are a lady raising children by another man out there, what are you waiting for? Turning up at his funeral is so yesterday, Maina Kageni began the debate.

A Psychologist shares her thoughts on this topic first.

It’s important for the other man or woman to consider their motives for disclosing the affair, stressed Alicia H. Clark, a psychologist in Washington, D.C. Sometimes, after being spurned or pushed away, affair partners want to strike back or regain power by revealing the relationship. It rarely works in their favor, she said.

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“You may want to speak up to punish your lover for staying with their partner, or seek some level of legitimacy for a relationship that has lived too long in the shadows or dismissed,” she said. “Unfortunately, such disclosures seldom yield such satisfaction and may backfire.”

Maina who was egged on by co host Mwalimu Kingangi shared why he is covering the topic.

I met a colleague of mine yesterday, she is raising teenagers who were fathered by one of the wealthiest men in Kenya. The thing is his family have no idea they exist.

How are you protecting your children? How are you helping yourself, even God says he helps those who help themselves.

Read Maina’ fans thoughts on the topic below

Felix Agola(Mr President)..

Maina a relationship is like an investment and having a secret affair with someone’s man is like throwing capital in someone’s business where you get nothing in return
Carol Kungu..
@ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya The ladies who get babies with men who hide them from the society r to blame themselves they shud ve not agreed to this arrangement in the first place……#MainaAndKingangi
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@Classic105Kenya Maina and Keng’ang’i this women are many so you want us to introduce all of them to my parents so what?If awoman gives birth for me let’s take care of the kids,introduction has no impact on our relationship.Good day

Sylvanus Ndaso..
Men who don’t introduce their wives to their families don’t value them….they don’t love them; they only married them for procreation.
@ItsMainaKageni

Rtd Captain Kale..
@ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya Maina now lemme shock you, our mothers know our mipango ya kando, they know how many kids we have out there,and our mothers will take care of all our kids when we die,tell our women to keep off from our mali, they are strangers #MainaAndKingangi

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Does a married daughter have a right over deceased fathers property Maina asks

Dear men, does your sister stop being your fathers daughter when she marries?

That was the argument on Classic 105, as Maina debated the touchy topic of married daughters and inheriting her late fathers property.

Two brothers who had sought to block their sisters from a sh80million inheritance formed the basis of the morning debate.

Justice Teresiah Matheka directed Mr Francis Wambugu and Mr Sammy Mathangani to ensure the estate of their mother Esther Wangui Kamuhia (deceased) was divided equally among all five children.

In their objection, the brothers wanted the estate shared equally between the two of them on the grounds that it was the wish of their deceased mother.

While dismissing the two brothers’ arguments, Justice Matheka said the issue of married daughters not inheriting from their parents is a dead horse.

“The Law of Succession Act does not know sex/gender.  It knows the deceased’s child. The parcel of land belonged to the mother of all the parties herein. None of them has a superior right of inheritance. By taking it all the sons will turn it to their own private property with no access to the daughters.  The fact of their marriages per se does not change the fact that the protesters are children of the deceased,” the court ruled. 

Maina Kageni argued his support for the Judges ruling noting that:

First of all its a great victory for women, first of all, understand you’re sister even if married on the moon, does not stop being your fathers daughter

how are we thinking like that in 2019, there is not one single man who agreed with Justice Matheka, and this morning I want to know what you think

Here are reactions from Classic 105 fans:

Felix Agola(Mr President)..

Maina my parents properties should be shared equal amgonst as all without discriminating the ladies and so should my properties shared equally amongst all my kids including my daughters
Carol Kungu..
@ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya If a will was written by the dad it cannot be changeable so men ve to swallow the bitter pill and accept the fathers and respect and honour his wish…..Aaaaarrggghhh…..#MainaAndKingangi

pieces_of_beautiful..
the property in dispute belongs to their late MOTHER not father. And those men’s should be ashamed fighting over a woman’s property. Waende watengeze yao.

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What does a Kenya woman have to do to keep her man faithful Maina asks

The Classic 105 morning conversation was something that many Kenyans discuss either silently or in groups. And not one solution to the problem has been found.

‘I feel I am in season 5 of my life’ Makena Njeri responds to cheating scandal

What am I talking about? Maina Kageni was asked by a lady to ask Kenyan men on air this question below:

What do we have to do for them to remain faithful to us? What do they want? We are ready to listen

What is it that Kenyan men want their ladies to do to remain loyal? Can you please give them a point breakdown.

‘I paid my own bride price but he keeps cheating on me’ Shouts woman

It’s very simple according to the thoughts of Mwalimu Kingangi who says women should do ‘nothing’.

wakae hivo wachane na sisi. They don’t need to do anything, there are things you can’t change.

You know when a man saw you on day one, that is the image they have, do you get it ? So this metamorphosis yako they are not part of it, they still have that mental picture of when they first met you.

A male caller totally agreed with Kingangi saying

‘There is nothing they can do, hakuna even if you whine your waist, there is nothing, men want diversity and we were made that way by the way.’

A woman also supported this point of view leaving Maina skeptical.

Eko Dydda’s wife Cynthia exposes his cheating

‘I am not a man but I can tell you there is nothing that woman can do. I am a living experience.

I have given everything to the one I have, you can give a man everything but he will still go out, it’s only the man who wants, no matter what you do, it’s his vision not yourself.’

A similar view was held by two others in the thoughts below:

‘Listen good, a man was created with a default setting of being a polygamous man you cannot reset it, even the way you bought your phone you cannot reset it, you either work with it or nothing’

How sad is that posed Maina Kageni saying,

Are you telling me that you will just accept and go to bed knowing he is doing things challenged Maina as he asked for more reactions from listeners.

What’s been your experience girls?

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My eyes are on you? Love-struck caller tells Maina Kageni

Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi discussed the interesting subject today on why successful married men are chick magnets?

The topic veered off the course with an interesting segue when one of the callers chimed in with her thoughts but also confessed her love for Maina.

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Maina Kageni

She said;

Maina what are you waiting for? Get married. There are many women who are out there. Are you looking for an angel? Don’t finish the year without getting married. I will lose weight for you. I will even look for Kingangi and ask him for your number. My eyes are on you. 

‘Let me tell you Maina Kageni…’ side-chic spills the beans

Maina was tongue-tied at what she said and just laughed it off. The rest of the conversation dwelled around the premise of why first wives will not share their husbands especially if he is successful, wealthy and responsible.

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Maina Kageni poses with a white shirt

Kingangi defended those husbands saying that those men were magnetic and it was women who actually threw themselves at them.

Kingangi said it was so bad that these men were being assailed by women even in church and also by the wives friends!

Maina and Kingangi speak about men who are serial cheaters

He said that these men are rare, that they are like thoroughbred horses.

Some of the comments from listeners are below;

Having many women is expensive. Stick to one woman – Comment from a lady.

It’s not the man’s fault alone. How can one be faithful if many women want you? – Comment from a man.

One woman isn’t enough for one man-Comment from a man.

Men enjoy being shared because it is to their advantage. Make him pay. Don’t let a man mistreat you-One woman said.

What do you think?

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Is it normal for your spouse not to EVER meet your parents asks Maina Kageni

 

Even if you’d like to, you can’t avoid them forever. If you’re lucky, you only have to see them once in a blue moon. If you’re not so lucky, you find yourself needing to engage them a few times a year.

This formed the basis of the morning conversation on Classic 105, where Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi argued out their points of view.

Ladies why do you live with men, have their babies and they have never seen your parents
How do your parents know where to reach you?

You cannot live with someones daughter and you’ve never met them,

if you’re a lady in one of those arrangement do you ever ask your self what your mother thinks?

His co host Mwalimu Kingangi whispered Maina let me tell you something this a very sensitive topic, out of respect there are lives you need to create.

Not all the times some times you cannot encourage you go every weekend, si umeppewa?

Hao wengine ni wezi, we are talking about those wamepewa na they have takena while, sio kila othe weekend unaenda huko,

Here are comments from listeners, contributing their personal experiences and opinions on the topic.

@kale_vincent..
There’s a reason as to why you’re called Mrs Kale, not the other way round,it simply means you belong to my family now, my parents are your parents. Your family members shouldn’t step in my house the way they want, only mine can

@abillalily.
I know of my neighbour who at his wifes death, and these traditions of ours could not bury his wife because he had never even taken a spoon to his wifes home. that man never appreciated the wifes family.
@pieremutongah27..
I miss those days when our parents organised and planned marriages for us. Hizi tunapanga sisi wenyewe hazipangiki…
@moniqueKimm..
@ItsMainaKageni Women should know that if you haven’t seen your in laws then just know you’re not a wife full stop!! @Classic105Kenya #MainaAndKingangi

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How long have you been with your man and why hasn’t he married you yet asks Maina

 

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

Male caller

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

Another man’

there is no Kenyan woman who will stand with you from the bottom up,

Another man

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

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Should it matter how many men a woman has had before you asks Mike Mondo

 

 
Judging from online conversations and with friends, the question of lover statistics is as compelling as ever.

It is understandable to be curious what number you are but what will you do if you love this person?

Posh and class at Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru’s traditional wedding -Photos

Too many men are still raised to see bedroom matters as crude competition, in which bedding a woman who has already had a lot of lovers counts less than scoring with a woman who is “hard to get.”

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But I think the average guy’s worry is simpler than that. The more men his girlfriend has slept with, the greater number of lovers to which she can compare his skills. It’s easier to win a contest against two than against 20, he figures. And even easier to rank first when he’s the only one to have ever played the game. No wonder so many men are obsessed with finding a virgin.

A woman called in and told her story.

I have been in 20 relationships

I haven’t found him yet and I can go through another 20 declared a defiant woman.
that’s how I can learn them I have gone through 20 of them and I haven’t found mine.

Shoud it matter asked Mike Mondo to which Mwalimu responded sharply saying

‘My husband’s side chick just gave birth to his child’ Cries betrayed city woman

You know you can have a masterkey but if you are a padlock it’s a problem.
Sasa what is she looking for Kingangi posed to Mike Mondo shocked she has gone through 20.

Congratulations Kingangi said

It’s good for a lady to maintain her values, you now when you go with a man they go with part of you spiritually so minimize that especially when you are a lady. The reason you see most marriages back in the day succeed is because the woman didn’t have many men.

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But again, why is it so important to know an exact number? What difference does it make? Knowing whether a potential girlfriend has ever been in love before is important; discovering (slowly and patiently) how her past experiences have impacted her view of men (for better or worse) is important.

See the day Anne Waiguru’s hubby saved a Kenyan man’s shaky marriage

A male caller differed with men by siding with women on this issue. He said

Don’t be preoccupied with how many men she’s had. My cousin is those ladies who don’t like nonsense. She has been with more than 40 men in the past 15 years, so that should not matter whether she has had many men, just accept that she is with you. Why do we expect women not to have a past like men do?

Another female caller told off men shaming women

Stop being obsessed with my past that’s not your business, leave us alone and keep walking forward. I have 16 men actually probably more and they are all a problem. If I have to get to 100 men so be it. Kwanza Giriama men are terrible, it’s actually all Kenyan men you must sample. Hii kitu sio sabuni, haikwishi.

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Girls, do you expect men to refund money after a breakup Mike Mondo asks

 

Whats happens to property after a divorce or breakup?

This is the challenge facing one Kenyan woman who is demanding that her Masai husband refund everything she bought while they were in a relationship.

The woman called in to Classic 105, listing to Mike Mondo and Mwalimu the items she bought and her demands.

She angrily recounted

Their home they didn’t even have a toilet. He is a Masai guy so I had to build a toilet for the family. I built a mansion for the family but it is only remaining the finishing. I built two more houses that we were living.

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I built a gate of 35k. I bought a probox to be doing transport then we had to sell it coz the driver had some issues. I found a condom in his clothes. I asked him about it and he said maybe it came with the jacket. So I walked away,

I want everything back.

This did not sit well with Mwalimu Kingangi who blasted the woman.

Why do they have to revisit these things ? Why mpaka urudishiwe pesa ya gate, si imeisha why is it so hard to walk away umetenda meme nenda zako.

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Those are petty issues. Si imeisha? Pata potea. Wewe ndio ulienda.the funny thing is women dont forget even the little thing you bought for them?

Mike opened up the debate asking : Do you expect men to reimburse you for the things you did for them when you leave?

A male listener differed with her recounting his experience in the hands of a woman who used him

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Ati refund? Never it can’t happen. On this earth tenda mema nenda zako. I have also done for someone something. I bought for her a bag, and she told me I give her money for her hair and after she said ahsante and walked away. I was satisfied and went to my home. The world is like that tenda meme nenda zako.

A female caller said

I have been used by a man. If you live with a man my advice is don’t even give him a shilling. For what? So that you can find him with another woman? Men are mafisi. Kenyan men should not be helped out financially. My fellow ladies, please, please don’t give nay man nay money. Instead open an account and his the money there.

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‘If you help a man grow he will eventually leave you,’ women declare

 

 

A list of the qualities women want in men has upset many.

Among the list is a man should earn a six figure salary and live in certain neighborhoods to date and eventually marry some Kenyan girls.

One woman who had a bad experience in her marriage defended girls rights to demand men be financially stable, rather than waste their time with deadbeats.

She told Classic 105’s Mike Mondo that

I’m talking from a point of experience. You support your husband because your putting in 50 per cent on the table of the family budget. You help him with everything, to build an empire.

You are woman carrying his children and then along the way when he feels comfortable because you have been supporting him, he feels he wants another woman to enjoy my sweat.

Look at the people who have been supported by their wives, other than having a mpango wa kando what else do they have? What does the man give despite insults at the end of the day? So let our daughters not contribute to the family.

Is this true that when you help a man grow financially, that eventually he is going to leave you asked mike Mondo.

Mwalimu wasn’t convinced that all men are bad, defending them by saying

It’s a few rotten apples, right now ladies need to help their men said Mwalimu.

 

Leave the few rotten apples a majority who have been helped by their woman are appreciative and if you do something good for men they never forget added mwalimu. The problem is bad news travels father than good news he reiterated.

Mike opene dup the conversation to listeners and online users.

Caller

I’ve been listening and my issue was I’ve been dating this guy. I delivered a baby in 2017. At their home we didn’t even have a toilet so I had to build a toilet. I built a three bedroom mansion, I built a gate of 35 thousand shillings. I bought a probox to do business, I have bought him a car and in April I found condom and I asked him what he was doing. He said he was given by those PSI guys.

Another female caller disclosed her story about being dumped for a younger girl

I’m paying a very big loan and he is enjoying himself with other women.

The situation is however not so bad for all woman. A female caller urging for restraint.

Relationships are about building each other and I understand why they can be bitter with a man after building him. My advice to women in relationships is give and take. If you reach a situation where you are the only giver and don’t get anything in return there is something wrong. When it is one sided you become bitter. You have to be careful to grow together ans that it’s not one sided.

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Morning Conversation: Kenyans have this habit of giving unsolicited advice

 
Kenyans are known to give unsolitcited advice on social media and in real life.
You receive a barrage of advice that leaves you feeling worse than before, because maybe you’ve already exhausted all those options, maybe you can’t afford those suggestions, maybe the prompts are inappropriate for your situation.

The tricky thing about unsolicited advice: as the giver it may feel helpful, but it’s rarely what the person suffering needs. In the end everyone feels worse for wear.

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This formed the basis for the mornign conversation on Classic 105 with Mike Mondo and Mwalimu Kingangi.

Mwalimu sought to know from Kenyans:
Why do Kenyans like poking their noses where they don’t belong in other peoples afairs. You know wazungus they mind their own business. Case example Bob Collymore, you know it has taken less than 72 hours because that was his wish.

Mike also asked: Why are we like that? We have a habit of poking our noses in things that don’t involve us, why are we this way?

One caller said
Us like Africans we are, we are used to certain things, and it wont stop. You see like how people have been left out of Bob Collymores fuenral plans etc, we must comment about it. We are used to eating property left behind by the late we dont go to their homes to mourn. We just want to see what wealth they have.

Another said
If there’s one thing I’ve learnt fom us losing Bob is that for you to be sucessful you don’t need to have a thousand or a million friends, you just need to have a small circle of those who believe in you. All those scenarios we are sseeing people talking about is that ill feeling that this guy made it against all odds. And that’s common for hman beings, someone wants to come to your funeraal not to eulogize but to see how you lived life. The guy had a simple life but he was one of the most peowerful CEO’s in East and Central Africa. Life is all about a few friends, being humble and bleiving in God. That’s it, you just need a few good friends.
Another caller added
You know we live in an egocentric world with people livign to rip you of the little you have. Like I was going through the last interview Jeff did the Vcollymore. He acknowledged it is very expensive for funeral, but we wnt to give the late beffiting burial. It is not impirtant anymore it is jus tour ego, we just need to accept people personal view of how they want to be treate donce they are dead.

Another added:
We just like being there, tunakuwa tuu, its very common to see some of us feeling important.

What do you think? Are we there to help in situations?