Are Kenyan men losing their women to West African’s

In our morning conversation with Maina and Mwalimu king’ang’i a Nigerian man called opposing yesterday’s discussion HERE on how a real man treats a lady. He had the perfect description of a real man. A real man is humble, respectful, sets a good foundation for his children and talks to his wife with respect.

A Kenyan man who called in right after described the man as weak. He said the West African was wasting his time advising Kenyan men. The man even went ahead and compared women to donkeys who need a little kick because they appreciate more, work better when beaten on their buttocks .

Kenyan men went up in arms against this guy. They describe the man as just smooth talking but no action which is the case with all the men from West Africa. Apparently the number of Kenyan women going after men from West Africa is negligible. We all remember how Kenyans reacted when Emmy Kosgei married Nigerian Pastor  Anslem Madubuko.

Are Kenyans losing their women to West Africa? What is it with men from that region that drives women crazy. Follow the interesting discussion below and give your sentiments.

Travel bans to Ebola-stricken West Africa to be lifted

West African health ministers meeting in Ghana have agreed that travel restrictions imposed to combat Ebola should be lifted.

The ministers followed advice from the World Health Organization (WHO) which said that the restrictions create food and supply shortages and harm efforts to contain the deadly virus.

The WHO says the West Africa outbreak could infect more than 20,000 people.

It says there could be four times more cases than officially registered.

The WHO said it was important that airlines resume “vital” flights across the region, because travel bans were threatening efforts to beat the epidemic.

READ MORE: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-28977134

Ebola claims another top doctor in West Africa

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A second senior doctor has died from the deadly Ebola virus that has so far killed more than 670 people in west Africa. Dr. Sheik Humarr Khan who risked his own life to treat dozens of Ebola patients died on Tuesday in Sierra Leone.

His death follows that of prominent Liberian doctor Samuel Brisbane at the weekend where two American health workers are currently hospitalized with the disease.

The outbreak is described as the largest in history with deaths also reported in Guinea and Nigeria.

Meanwhile a major West African airline has stopped flying to Liberia and Sierra Leone amid growing concerns over the outbreak. Asky said it took the decision to keep “its passengers and staff safe during this unsettling time”.