If you are a mpango wa kando stay in your lane ladies.
This was the message men asked Maina Kageni to pass on to Kenyan side chicks who feel they should be paid attention, just like wives.
Their message was
Please tell our ladies with whom we have children out there that we shall come into the lives of those children when the time is appropriate, don’t force the agenda,
That could be when they start schooling, that could even later in their life, don’t rush us.
Maina Kageni turned this into the morning conversation asking ladies if they were comfortable with the message.
Do you agree with them that men you have a child with and he is married with a family of his own, that his time is not your own, atakupimia masaa,
Do you understand where they are coming from ladies?
Several women called in responding with their own life stories with married men
One female caller shocked Maina when she said
It’s true, they will jipanga their time. Like for me nilipata ball and I never knew he was married, he came to see my child when he was two years and from then he comes when he feels like, he sees the child counted times, like four times in five years
And does he support his child financially?
No, maybe when he comes he says maybe nitalipa school fees, unamuwacha tuu, the first time when he say our child was when he was two years, you can’t force him, he will come when he feels like and say where is my daughter?
Another woman also concurred with her story
I have my man and he isn’t bothered being ther emotionally and financially, he has never seen our child. MMy baby is two years now, he has never seen her, he says when the time is appropriate, and when I was pregnant we were together, na kuzaa alikuwa, ehe,