‘He has inspired me’ King’ang’i’s touching words about Chris Kirubi

Mwalimu King’ang’i had some very kind words to say about billionaire businessman Chris Kirubi. Mwalimu revealed that he had read an article where Chris spoke about the lessons he had learnt during his fight with cancer.

Mwalimu King'ang'i
Mwalimu King’ang’i

King’ang’i told to Maina about Mr. Kirubi,

He has inspired me. Kirubi realised that everything is vanity, that without God, he wouldn’t be here. That is the beginning of wisdom. At 79 years he wants to build his dream house. Can you believe that?

While he was sick, he realised that God was most powerful.  He has also vowed to give his all for healthcare in Kenya. He is wealthy and that is why it was easy for him to access quality healthcare but he wants that to change for ordinary Kenyans.

In a previous interview with the Star last year, Kirubi narrated his experience with the dreaded disease, saying that it had been discovered by mistake.

Chris Kirubi’s encouraging message to Kenyans: ‘I beat cancer, so can you’

After various medical tests here in Kenya, Kirubi then flew to Boston in the US where doctors ran further checks and started treatment.

Chris Kirubi
Chris Kirubi in a file photo

Despite the challenges, the businessman never lost hope. He believed in God and the doctors who were treating him.

Once he recovered, doctors discharged him and the business mogul flew back home where he has continued with the treatment at home. Because his immunity is low, visitors are restricted.

“It has been a traumatic journey full of challenges. I encourage anyone fighting cancer not to lose hope. Pray but also seek treatment,” he added.


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I haven’t seen my mother for 10 years because of my wife – Man tells Maina

Maina and King’ang’i had an interesting discussion today. Their conversation concerned the phenomenon of wives having so much power over their husbands that they literally control every facet of their lives.

Maina was incredulous that grown men were so easily manipulated/controlled by their women. “Kwani wamerogwa? How is it possible?” he said.

King’ang’i meanwhile wasn’t as shocked and said that it was a common theme among many marriages in Kenya. “You will not see your family for 3 to 4 years and even friends you hustled with. I don’t know how they do it. But you just find that you aren’t seeing your family. It’s all about her and the children.”

Maina Kageni on the decks
Maina Kageni on the decks

One listener stunned Maina when he revealed that he hadn’t seen his mother for 10 years because of his wife’s interference.

I got married when I was in campus so when I was in school, my wife stayed with my mother. So I finished and got a job. Then my wife told me she cant stay with my mother. I had to quit my job and that was it. I have not seen my mother for 10 years.

“I have spent 10 years without seeing my mother. Every time I plan to go, I end up spending the money on issues that my wife brings up. My mother hasn’t seen my two kids since they were born.”

Some of the comments from other listeners are below;

Last year we buried my mother without my brother attending the funeral. His wife had turned him that much – A man said.

After death, fear women. They have certain powers over men and it is too gradual to realise – A man.

How can a grown man call a radio station saying that he hasn’t seen his mom for 10 years. That is his own responsibility – A woman said.

Let them obey their women -A woman said.

How much power does Meghan have over Prince Harry? Maina asks

The start of family divisions start with women, then in-laws – A man.

I don’t know when you will ever wear a man’s shoes. When I tell her I want to see her my parents, issues pop up but when it is time to go to her family, then the finances come up. It is all about her. I stayed for 1 year and 4 months without seeing my mother. Every time I tried, something came up – A woman said.


These men are outrightly shameless. This is sad to say so. To those that still have their mothers don’t take them for granted – A man said.

How can a grown-ass man claim that he hasn’t seen his mother for 10 years? These men are blaming women for their own choices. You know where your mother leaves, go there and visit them – A woman said.

Men wamekaliwa chapati. The moment you get married you have to spell out rules and regulations. A man is the head of the house and the woman should follow. The men we have are viatus – A man said.

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Mwalimu Kingangi’s advice for couples who fight ALOT


Classic 105 co-host Mwalimu Kingangi has advise for couples in emotionally draining relationships.

For the last one month, Classic 105’s Mwalimu has been spitting some pretty good advice, and we are loving it.

Known for his controversial thoughts about women, Mwalimu shocked Maina on Monday morning about what feuding couples should do.

The comment drew an ‘Amen’ from Maina and you also will agree.

Here is the one thing couples should leave behind as the world welcomes 2020.

Grow each other or let go

Mwalimu’s deep thoughts about relationships are rare. He continued

you can’t be like that desk that doesn’t move, if you haven’t grown or changed anything between you two for a whole year, you have to be strong enough to let each other go so that you can grow.


Dear classic 105 fam, how much is too much in a relationship, and when do you call it quits? Drop your comments below.

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Majority of Kenyan women getting abortions are married-Maina Kageni

Maina Kageni had a fascinating conversation today that touched on a report that was featured in The Standard this week. The report stated that most abortions are procured by married women in Kenya!

This stat shocked both Mr. Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi, with the two wondering how such a thing could happen?

Many listeners said it was par for the course as many wives were cheating on their men and as such couldn’t keep the ‘fruits’ of their affairs.

I borrow money to show off I’m rich like Maina Kageni

But one doctor had an interesting take proffering that the kids being aborted where actually not from cheating women but were for their husbands.

He told a shocked Maina;

‘I am a doctor is Eldoret. Just yesterday, a married woman with her husband visited me. She is in her 40’s and she has 6 kids and pregnant 5 months. I told them to go and talk first because after 5 months is no joke. 10-15 Kenyan women come for abortions per month. Of that 10 are married and they come with their husbands. Tusilaumu wanawake pekee, the husbands are the ones leading them.’

We don’t marry the woman or man of our dreams, Kenyans confess to Maina

Other comments from other listeners are below;

Married women are unfaithful and do their stuff raw. That’s why they have to keep on aborting-Man said.

Some do it because some wives are cheating more than their husbands-Woman said.

How many men know if their women have aborted. Boy-child is under siege. We need to know-Man said.

My friend was pregnant and the husband didn’t want the baby. The husband gave her money to go and abort. Others are cheating and you don’t know who is the father, so they have to have the abortions-A woman said.

That article is true because most women who reach out for favours are married-A side dude said.

If a married woman is having an affair with a China man, how can she lie to her husband when the baby comes? You are having twa twa without protection, do you think you will get a smart TV? A man asked.

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Only preacher Moi endorsed – Maina and King’ang’i talk about Mr. Bonnke

In the early morning conversation today, Maina and King’ang’i remembered the popular German-American Pentecostal evangelist, Reinhard Bonnke.

King’ang’i regaled listeners with tales of how the man had been received in the early 90’s, with such huge crowds attending his events.

Mwalimu King'ang'i
Mwalimu King’ang’i

‘He was a phenomenon. I have never seen so many people. When he came to Machakos there were so many wheelchairs at the crusade. JB Masinde was the translator for Reinhard Bonke.’ King’ang’i said before Maina interjected with a question.

‘JB was the translator. I didn’t know that,’ Mr. Kageni said before King’ang’i went on about Mr. Bonnke’s visit to Kenya.

‘Demons came from the mountains. That is the only preacher that Moi actually endorsed. He even attended the event himself. He died at 79. He made 79 million give their lives to Christ. In one crusade in Nigeria, a reported 1.5 million people attended.’


Maina finished the segment by praising JB Masinde and wishing the late Mr. Bonnke peaceful rest. ‘JB Masinde you inspire me so much. There are times that I have listened to you and you helped me. RIP Reinhard Bonke. You have run your race.’

‘He loves drama’ Maina and Kingangi weigh in on Sonko’s arrest

Mr. Kageni also spoke about the current issues facing Nairobi governor, Mike Sonko. Mr. Kageni asked whether the court cases facing the governor were his last hurrah?

Sonko arrest
Sonko arrest

Most listeners believed that we were witnessing the final act in Mr. Sonko’s political career. Some of those comments are below;

I think it is the end of an era-One listener said.

His election to be Governor of Nairobi was a problem-Another listener said.

Which type of city is it where veggies are being sold in the CBD. We don’t have a governor or a deputy governor. He was the worst mistake Nairobi ever made-Another added.

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‘He loves drama’ Maina and Kingangi weigh in on Sonko’s arrest

It is not a secret that Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko loves doing the most. He is so extra, that he publicizes what he does frequently on his social media.

The latest has been snaps of his gold dining table, that was a few days later followed by the most dramatic arrest of a public official Kenya has ever seen.

Classic’s Maina and Kingangi discussed this on Monday morning asking listeners to give their take on the arrest.

Maina prompted this with his own verdict saying.

What you saw on Friday was the tip of the iceberg. Expect alot more drama without a doubt

Mwalimu appeared to be amused adding that

his support on the ground is huge, adding that he was the third most voted Kenyan in the last general election showing how popular he is on the ground.

sonko arrest

He can been seen refusing to get into the chopper in Voi, and made it an issue. Many Kenyans on Twitter wondered why he was resisting yet other Governors have been subjected to such treatment.

Starehe MP Jaguar wrote
Nothing is permanent…..All will be well Gov.

Meanwhile the Governor is urging followers to remain calm and not politicize the matter.

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We don’t marry the woman or man of our dreams, Kenyans confess to Maina

With their spouses out of their earshot many Kenyans confessed to Maina Kageni that they are not married to their ideal spouse.

They spoke openly and comfortably that they settle for whoever is out there because there is no such things as a woman or man of your dreams.

Maina had to listen to lots of people fret and complain about general, run-of-the-mill marital woes, and he thought to himself that he is lucky not to be married.

He said ‘I can’t believe what I’m hearing’.

Co host Mwalimu said it is human nature to want a perfect marriage but the reality is that ‘there is no Mrs right’.

The same view was held by countless callers who said the perfect husband or wife is a myth, and we all need to snap out of our dream.

busia couple swap
One man said ‘I don’t believe there is a perfect person in this world, we give ourselves one reason to live with that lady, we have a thousand reasons why we can’t live with her, you make her to be your dreams.

A woman described the madness of the fantasy of a perfect man saying ‘You will never met him. You take what you have that mad man and live together. My husband is not the man of my dreams, but we try to live with each other, so hakuna msee perfect, you can wait for the rest of your life.’

couple pics
couple pics

Another male caller described his frustration with the thought of a perfect spouse noting that, ‘ Ati you are waiting for a perfect mate? You will wait forever. It’s only found in a dictionary, you just grab one and take each other slowly and that is how life goes, I am married to a woman who is not of my dreams. Because of the pressure from family to marry you just grab one and maintain it, ni kubaya, hakuna mrs perfect.

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Kingangi astonished at man who paid the price of a probox for ‘twa twa’


A househelp has been jailed for three years after he employer alleged she had stolen Sh1.3 million from him.

The housemaid stunned the courtroom when she insisted the man had paid her for some good ‘twa twa’.

Ruth Khaecha testified in January that she did not steal Sh1,350,000 from employer Paul Mwang at Balozi Estate in Muthaiga. She said she earned the money, Sh800,000 as a reward for providing “good twa twa”.

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Why are women telling their pastors their bedroom affairs!? Maina asks

Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i had a remarkable conversation today about why congregants (female ones) go to their pastors with very personal details?

‘Why do Kenyans take everything to their pastors? Ladies are guilty of taking their bedroom issues to their pastors. Where did this confession thing start from? I am a firm believer in dealing with one’s own bedroom issues. Aren’t there any secrets you keep to yourself?’ Maina asked.

This is one of those rare discussions where both Mr. Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i was in agreement about the need for secrets away from their pastors.

If it doesn’t make sense, it’s rubbish – Maina on pastors’ miracles

When they opened the conversation up to the gallery most of the audience agreed that people should keep their bedroom affairs away from their pastors. Some of their comments are below;

Women treat these pastors like they are descended from heaven-A man said.

Ladies are so naive and they trust their pastors like they do no wrong-A man said.

I can’t share my secrets with my pastor. They are human too-A woman said.

These days ladies trust pastors more than each other-A man noted.

I am a pastor. We are shepherds. These ladies come to us and we have to help them. We give them even lungula advice according to the Bible. Lungula is the bottom of any marriage-A man of God said.

You can be able to lie to a woman anyhow. The people contributing a lot of money to these pastors are women. I know a lot of pastors who are hyenas. These pastors behave like they will go to the Lavington of Kenya and us to the Kibera of Kenya. These people have made these women be their slaves-Wakanai said.

‘It’s stage managed’ Maina Kageni slams pastors casting out demons

So sad. Ladies don’t know the difference between a marriage counselor and a pastor-A man said.

Telling the pastor my bedroom issues is foolish-A woman told Mr. Kageni.

I have not seen a part in the Bible where pastors are supposed to teach people about the bedroom-A man said.

Those pastors are conmen. Who said that they know the Bible? I really hate this pastors-A man said.

The moment you tell your fellow man your problems, things get messed up for you. Our women feel good in those churches. The pastors even tell our women to remove their clothes to be prayed for and they don’t even see the problem-A man concluded.

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Maina and Kingangi storm off the studio after night long rape ordeal story

Mwalimu Kingangi sat silently staring at Maina Kageni after a woman recounted a horrifying rape ordeal in the hands of a thug.

The mind boggling experience saw Maina and Kingangi leave the studio, shaking, but with promises to help her.

Let me catch you up to speed about what happened.

The co hosts were speaking about why bystanders watch as someone is beaten or robbed in Kenyan streets.

‘I miscarried at 5 months’ Wendy Kemunto speaks out after rape ordeal by rugby players

A female caller narrated that at 16, a rape ordeal has left her scarred for life.

The rape survivor moved Maina and Kingangi to tears forcing them to leave the studio immediately to catch their breath.

‘I live in Mathare where a notorious gang member bet me senseless. I ran to a group of men to help me, but instead the man removed money, gave them and they demanded that I leave with him to his house.

I left and he beat me in the process, I tried running but he dragged me and hit me, and he took me to his house and I was raped the whole night.

She adds why she did not put up a fight, and instead lay down frozen in shock and frightened

Do you know the ghetto life, ladies there are vulnerable I was 16, then I was raped the whole night and the friends came knocking on the door, it’s like they were to go somewhere. So I begged him to tell them to go away because I didn’t want them to know I was in his house because I would have been gang raped. In the morning he went to the shops, and I heard a child outside and begged them to open the door for me to run away. To date I hate men who force me into se3, even if he was shot I always swished he could have been mob justiced. I have never healed, I can’t keep a man for long. The moment he wants to force me into anything I remember the rape, I wish those men could have helped, but instead they left me to go with a rapist, and I haven’t healed I’m usually bitter, it’s painful ( she cries) it’s very painful, but….

Njambi of Real Househelps of Kawangware gears up for childbirth

It was at this moment that Maina and Kingangi gasped and chocked for air.

The call was ended by the rape survivor, and the two took a break.

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They drink Jack Daniels like a man! Maina told about bibi mang’aa

Maina and King’ang’i spoke about wives who create chaos and suffering for their very loving husbands. The host was shocked that women like this(mabibi mang’aa) existed.

The presenter wondered how this could take place in a country where the men were reported to be the heads of homes. King’ang’i explained to him that it was happening more than people actually knew and that the husbands of these women were normally some of the coolest men out there.

I know my wife is cheating with many men and I can’t leave-Man tells Maina

Comments from listeners are below;

I can’t remember the last time I got home before my wife-A man sadly said about his bibi mang’aa.

Some times you visit someone and you see the way the wife behaves, I tell myself that I would like 10 minutes with that woman so that I can deal with her and make her a good wife-A man said.

Don’t such women know that they are inflicting fear on men who want to get marrie?-A woman asked.

Those kids called kababa are doomed. You are the head of the home and should behave as such. This women start by testing you. How can a man confess that his woman is seating on him? Leave her and go to another one that you can handle. Whether you are a billionaire, all women love an authoritative man-A man said.

Jacque Maribe’s father tenderly comforts distressed-looking Jowie(photos)

They are the first generation of women after the Beijing conference. That is why they are behaving like that-A man told Maina.

My grandfather once told me that there are no good women-A man told Mr. Kageni.

A woman has become like the men she is supposed to marry, drinking and acting like men-A woman told Mr. Kageni.

Those crazy women are there. Wanawake visirani wako. They should learn how to control their emotions. You don’t want to deal with one-A woman said.

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I know my wife is cheating with many men and I can’t leave-Man tells Maina

Maina and King’ang’i had a crazy discussion today that touched on husbands who know their wives are cheating and still do nothing about it.

Maina played an audio where a husband talked about his terrible and hopeless experience after finding out that his wife was cheating on him with multiple men.

‘This story we know. I have found my wife with another man. But what can you do. Sometimes you just look at them and they pretend how they have missed you, even though they have been with another man a few hours before. You cannot be with this woman the whole day. People are living together only because of the kids. The person who sleeps with your wife is someone I know very well. Sometimes I wonder if my kids are my own. That is life, you have to be there for your kids.’ the man told a shocked Mr. Kageni.

Do you believe that absentee fathers think of their children everyday?

King’ang’i agreed with the man’s experience and told the Maina that this was the reality on the ground for many husbands, a fact that astounded the host.

The host opened the discussion to the public and oddly enough men and women were on the same side of the discussion. The overwhelming sentiment was that it wasn’t O.K for a husbands and wives to act like that.

Some of those comments are below;

Mimi siwezi vumilia pahali kama hapo-A man said.

Do such people care for their future? A man asked.

Are these people mad? How do you stay with a wife who you know is cheating. I respect you as a wife, you should respect me as a husband-A man stated.

How can you stomach a woman going out to cheat? Are you the houseboy? How can you do that and how can you allow that? They have brain tumours-A woman told the host.

I told my wife to leave after giving birth to another man’s baby-Man tells Maina

Wonders will never cease-A woman told Mr. Kageni.

We are the ones who go to their homes when the men leave their wives at home-A cocky man told Mr. Kageni.

Its because some of us who can’t swallow separating with our wives because you will be taken to court. Then you are forced to pay child support and alimony. That money also pays for those women’s bad actions.

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She has been paralysed for 2 years and still emerged tops-Maina told about KCPE

Maina and King’ang’i spoke about the recent KCPE exam results. They celebrated the candidates who had performed well and also raised an important issue that faces Kenyans, especially when one considers the importance attached to them.

Maina asked how his listeners had performed in their respective national exams and how it had impacted their lives. One lady gave an inspiring story of a paralysed girl that she knew who had performed beyond expectations, emerging tops in her school.

He paid for my university but I still dumped him-Woman proudly tells Maina

She told Mr Kageni, ‘I knew a girl who did very well. She has been paralysed for the last two years. Even her mother wanted her to repeat but her teachers insisted that she should proceed to class 8. She was the top in her school with 418 marks.’

Mr Kageni and Mwalimu were impressed with the story that the lady had give and even celebrated her. Some other comments from listeners are below;

When I did my KCPE I got 266. But I never gave up -Sharon told the host.

Before the results were released I was promised heaven but after I got my D-, my parents moved house -A man said.

I failed. My mom even said that I have fallen forwards. They even told me to go and get myself a school -A woman said.

I did average but I encouraged myself afterwards and have been pushing -A woman said.

We are in a hopeless mess! Kenyans tell Maina about Moses Kuria’s speech

I feel for parents who take their kids to public schools which are producing failures unlike our times -A man said.

I was the brightest in our home and I failed by getting 314 out of 700. I redeemed myself in KCSE and now I am doing well -A man said.

I passed getting 533 out of 700. No one knew me. I went to a very remote school. At that time Index number 1 was treated like royalty -A man said.

I got 345 out of 500. Life has nyoroshad me -A man said.

This KCPE doesn’t reflect the way life will go. I did well in KCPE and my sister did well in KCSE. She is doing well, I am pambanaing with my hali -man

Maina and King’ang’i finished the show by encouraging listeners that life doesn’t end after KCPE or KCSE.

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They cannot give up – King’ang’i makes a passionate appeal to the youth

Maina and King’ang’i had a very tragic conversation today. The two spoke about the news report by Sky News that revealed the identity of the man who died after stowing away on a Kenya Airways plane back in June.

Maina introduced the story by saying, ‘Paul Manyasi has made the news. After being a stowaway. He went until London. Temperatures are minus 60 degrees. It is 8 hours away. He fell from the sky just when the plane was landing.’

Kenya Airways direct flight to New York
Kenya Airways direct flight to New York

At this point King’ang’i interjected and had a passionate appeal for the youth who are desperate to leave the country. He said,

‘The opportunities that we need are in the country are still here. For him to take the risk to go to London is no joke. They(youth) should not give up. They cannot give up! This is where the future is. Wanaenda wapi? The leaders come and go. One day we will have good leaders.’

This prompted Maina to ask viewers whether they would leave the country for better economic prospects if they could? The answers were nearly unanimous with most responses showing the dire state the Kenyan economy is in.

One caller told King’ang’i, ‘Stop telling people that there are opportunities in the country. What can you do with 9k? He had nothing to lose.’

Another chimed in saying, ‘It is a hopeless case. Get me that Ausi VISA and I am gone.’ The final caller explained how living abroad was much better than being in Kenya.

We are in a hopeless mess! Kenyans tell Maina about Moses Kuria’s speech

‘I lost 250k trying to go to Canada. I decided to go to Dubai for 3 years. Everybody is asking me when are you going back? Everybody is chasing me. If you want to open a business in Kenya, everything looks horrible. I am a business administrator and everything I get I save. I have to leave my wife here cause I am earning a lot when I am abroad.’

What do you think?

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Maina and Kingangi weigh in on Kibra by election

Maina and King’ang’i today morning joined many Kenyans in sending congratulatory messages to the winner of the Kibra by election.



Jubilees Mariga lost to ODM’s Okoth, in a hotly contested by election.

Kenyans in awe after Mariga concedes Kibra race to Imran

The duo also spoke about the embarrassing scene where Boni Khalwale was photographed picking up stones while in a confrontation with voters from Kibra.

Boni Khalwale
Boni Khalwale

Maina and King’ang’i were appalled and said as much. ‘Should I get a stone for you? Tit for tat. A whole doctor! A whole senator!’ King’ang’i said.

They concluded the early morning talk by praising the mature way in which Mariga had handled his defeat to Imran. Mr. Kageni said that despite the fact that Mariga was leading at some point in the voting he was still mature enough to concede when he realised he couldn’t win.


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Why are you blushing and you are so black! Maina tells King’ang’i on b/day

Maina and King’ang’i spoke about a variety of things today. One of them was the beautiful jacket that Mwalimu had decided to wear on his birthday. Maina clarified the suit colour for King’ang’i telling him that it was mustard.

The two also spoke about Hussein Mohamed whose last day on Citizen TV was yesterday. The presenters only had kind words for Hussein. Mr. Kageni said, ‘You have done well. You were the best in the business.’

Hussein Mohamed leaving Citizen
Hussein Mohamed leaving Citizen TV

Maina also revealed that he had thought of quitting in the past but King’ang’i challenged him telling him that it wasn’t easy to do such a thing. He said, ‘You keep on saying that. Do you know how difficult it is to move on to a new challenge?

Mwalimu then added that he wouldn’t be surprised if Hussein was moving to the greener pastures of Al Jazeera or CNN. Mr. Kageni added by telling Mr. Mohamed, ‘Great work. Congrats and all the best. He more than deserves it. The world is your oyster.’

maina kageni poses with white shirt
maina kageni poses with white shirt

Maina finished off the early morning conversation by wishing his long-time co-host a happy birthday. He said, ‘It’s your birthday. Happy Birthday! Why are you blushing and you are so black! Happy birthday my brother!’

I miss President Moi so much!-Mwalimu King’ang’i tells Maina Kageni

Mr. Kageni then asked Mwalimu why he didn’t make a point of celebrating his birthday. King’ang’i responded by saying that after a certain age one celebrates a birthday on daily basis, ‘I wish I could throw away my problems like simu ya Atwoli. There is an age you fika that you stop counting. Liwe liwalo.’


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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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Why is it only families from Murang’a? King’ang’i asks Maina

Maina and King’ang’i spoke today concerning a plethora of issues. One of them was about the disastrous loss by Arsenal that occurred last night.

Maina was delirious with joy at the news even though his own Man United team had barely scraped through with a draw against Liverpool on Saturday night, a fact King’ang’i made sure he reminded him off.


Mwalimu then brought up perhaps the most interesting part of the conversation when he spoke about the property and tussles in court at the moment.

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He asked Maina why the tussles only happened to prominent families from Murang’a, a place that Maina also hailed from? He said,

‘The rich also cry. John Michuki only had six kids. He was organised. The property that he left has brought some serious problems. Even JM Kariuki bado the widows are fighting 40 years later.’

He added,

‘All this money and they can’t divide it. We never hear Indians having an issue with their properties and they have a lot of money. They are few and the money is a lot. Hata nilikuwa nimesahau Kirima!’

Then Mwalimu related what his father had left him when he passed on; Debts and his own mother to take care of. ‘Mimi nilachiwa, take care of your mother. I was left for debts alone. Don’t forget I was a young man at the time!’

Does King’ang’i’s analysis pass muster? It does to a certain extent that inheritance battles from the region characterise a large portion of the disputes in court. Some of the families involved in property tussles are; the Koinanage’s, the Karume’s and the Kanyotu’s who are still fighting for their late patriarch’s vast fortunes.

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