‘I Need a BOY In That House,’ Nameless Finally Talks About His Desire To Have a Son (EXCLUSIVE AUDIO)

Veteran Kenyan artiste David Mathenge, popularly known by his stage name as Nameless, is one of the most celebrated musicians in the local music scene.

Nameless has been around for more than a decade and is still going strong, but away from the music and fame, the Megarider hitmaker is a man dedicated to his family.

The talented singer is husband to fellow singer Wahu Kagwi, the mother of their two adorable daughters, Tumiso and Nyakio Mathenge.


The celebrity couple has been able to keep their marriage going despite being in the limelight, and on 10th September 2017, they will be celebrating their 12th wedding anniversary.

Nameless and Wahu are proud parents to their lovely daughters. Tumiso will be turning 11 years in August and in the same month, the little one in the family, Nyakio will be turning 4 years.

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In a recent interview that we conducted with the singer, he revealed that one of the things that he hates about his wife is how she takes longer to prepare and leave the house when they are going out, saying that he has to lie about the event time so that they don’t get late.


When asked if he wants to add another kid to the family, he said that it’s the topic of discussion between them, revealing that he really needs a son and would really love to have one.

“I love my girls, lakini, I need a boy in that house. I want another one as long as kuna guarantee,” said an excited Nameless.

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On how he has managed to keep his private life off the public radar, Nameless said that he had tried to balance the positive and the negative sides of being a public figure, adding that when there’s an issue out there, they deal with it by talking about it.


Nameless also talked about the secret to his long-lasting message with Wahu, confession that it’s not been easy, but the fact that they met when they were still young in the music industry and have grown up together has helped them respect each other.

Listen to the audio below to get all the juicy interview as Nameless opens up about his life, family, publicity, and his yearning for a son in his life.


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David Mathenge better known by his stage name Nameless, is a top Kenyan pop artist. He came out to the limelight with his first hit song Megarider back in 1999, and later collaborated with the late Esir on the hit song Boomber Train that topped the charts countrywide. Nameless’ other songs include Sinzia, Salary and Butterfly.



The multiple award winner is a graduate from the University Of Nairobi where he studied architecture. Nameless is happily married to fellow singer Wahu and together they have two beautiful daughters, Tomiso and Nyakio. They celebrated their 11-year marriage with a vacay in the Coast.

We all know marriage is not a bed of roses, couples experience different phases and some end up giving up leading to break ups and divorce.


Nameless and Wahu got married in 2005 and years down the line they are still blossoming in love unlike many other celebrity marriages that don’t work out. In an interview with this writer in our studio, he shared his experience in marriage.

He said that those who have stayed in marriage for long tend to disagree on decisions and issue but couples must compromise and understand each other.

This is easy he notes because of the friendship that exists between the couple. Growing together career wise has partly contributed to their successful marriage because they both got into music career at the same time.


Being in the same industry has made it much easier for the two because they both understand the demands that come with the industry like taking photos with fans, acting in the music videos with both male and female actors.

Nameless said that his wife is normally on set during her music shoots and she doesn’t get insecure, as she understands the nature of the music industry.

When asked what he loved about his wife he was quick to say that they love similar things from movies and much more.

As we drew to the end of the interview the one thing he disclosed is that after being with someone that long there are things you may dislike about your significant other but one needs to know how to deal with weaknesses. He said his wife is the reason they get late to most functions but over the years he has learnt to deal with it.





Wahu Kagwi Reveals The Tactics She Uses To Discipline Her Daughters

Wahu Kagwi is an amazing female artiste who has managed to make a name for herself in the music industry. She started singing at a young age and is still at it big time.

Apart from being a musician, she is a wife to fellow artist, Nameless, and a mother to two beautiful girls, Tumiso and Nyakio.

Being a parent, of course, has its challenges especially with a demanding career at hand. Work and taking care of the kids are two things that shouldn’t mix and Wahu tries as much as she can to juggle both.

As a mother, she has the upper hand when it comes to disciplining her kids as she sees fit and she has narrated how she does it. It’s pretty impressive if you ask me…


The mother of two wrote about her discipline tactics for her kids on her blog. In one part of the posts, she wrote, “Last night I heard my daughter, Nyakio, threatening my little dog, that if she didn’t stop barking, she would go to the naughty corner! Lol! It’s her new thing these days! Anyone or anything that upsets her is in danger of the naughty corner! Just proof that my new disciplinary tactics are working ( Hehehe!).

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Nyakio is her 2nd born daughter and her discipline tactics might not work so well with her older daughter Tumiso. She realised this when Tumiso was 5 years old after she was told to go to the naughty corner and instead of being sorrowful about being in the naughty corner, she caught her humming a happy tune.

It wasn’t easy to figure out immediately how to go about disciplining an older child, but with time and research, the tiered or layered punishment approach has proven to be quite effective, especially with Tumiso. This approach simply means different degrees of wrong-doing deserve different degrees of punishment,” she narrated.


She has however mastered a plan for punishments according to the wrong one has done, “I’ve gone ahead and split punishable acts into two; “capital crimes” and “lesser crimes.” For the Mathenges, capital crimes constitute disobedience, lying and disrespect. Tumiso is at an age where she knows that any of the above are wrong. So these we punish without a warning.”

But of course, as a mother, she gives her daughter the opportunity to give her side of the story before instilling some discipline.

I however give her an opportunity ya kujitetea; its only fair. But if it is established that she committed a capital crime, then she definitely has 2-3 spankings on the butt, and possible withholding of privileges. Now, before and after I spank, I ensure that I’ve explained the reason for the punishment. I also make her state the capital crime aloud, followed by an apology. Lesser crimes in our house include forgetting to do her chores and/or not doing them well. Also not doing homework well, not respecting other peoples time and such like things. For these the discipline measure is to hold back her privileges, such as TV, going outside to play, gadget time (gadgets such as computer, play station or any other electronic games) etc. The magnitude of the lesser crime will dictate how many privileges are to be held back, and for how long.”

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Celebrity couple Nameless and Wahu are no doubt one of the hottest love birds in Kenyan showbiz. The two have been married for almost 10  years now and are blessed with two beautiful daughters, Tumiso and  Nyakio.

Nameless and Wahu celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary in September 2015, to remember the day they took the bold step of saying ‘I do’ and becoming a family.

David Mathenge and Wahu Kagwi are indeed very happily married and treasure their two lovely daughters: the first born, Tumiso who is now nine years old and the adorable Nyakio Mathenge who is now two years old.


The celebrated couple were at Daddy Owen and Faridah’s wedding about two weeks ago and they looked ravishing. They shared one of the stunning photos from the invite-only ceremony and captioned it thus:

Goodmorning from the Mathengez….

Check out the incredible photo below. Don’t they look charming?