08/03/2011 03:02:00 AM
For the last few days, Maina Kageni and Mwalimu have been discussing about women who are the main breadwinners in their homes. Should the husband keep off the wife's money? Should the husband live according to his or his wife's means? As always, money matters are sensitive. There is no one-size-fits-all answer. Just opinions.
My Human OpinionWhereas more women are becoming the breadwinners in their homes, we should be asking 'what are the men winning?'. That's for another day.
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06/13/2011 04:58:00 AM
Finally, Maina wa Kageni is launching his website soon, a little bit too late I must say. But he is using the Classic 105 feed from Home.co.ke.
I thought he would have access to an audio stream that is direct, straight from the frying pan?
04/07/2011 06:33:00 AM
Yesterday our hosts at Classic 105 were talking about mamas' boys. A certain caller called in to say that she knew of a lady who lives with her 47-year old son. Mwalimu was of the opinion that such mothers are messing up with boys such that they (the
04/01/2011 02:43:00 AM
Today is Fools' Day. And as such we shall fool each other by combining the last two Day's topics into oneand no one will be the wiser.
Yesterday, akina Maina and crew were talking about njyes training for men, a topic that was discussed until lat
03/29/2011 01:42:00 AM
Our dear hosts at classic 105 seem to be running out of topics to talk about. I can give them suggestions if they are interested though.
For the past two days, they have been talking about polygamy, read Akuku Danger.
Well, click here for the previ
03/22/2011 07:21:00 AM
Today Maina wa Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi were talking about beautiful women. Apparently, there are beautiful women who know that they are beautiful such that some men claim that they cannot make good wives. Mwalimu said that such women can show you
03/22/2011 06:12:00 AM
Yesterday, our hosts were talking about single women. Apparently, there are single Kenyan women who are undateable and intimidate Kenyan men to the point that they (the single women) cannot be approached.
This topic has somewhat being discussed here
03/17/2011 06:47:00 AM
Yesterday, our hosts were talking about money. Apparently, when you borrow money from your wife/girlfriend, you should never misuse it nor fail to pay it back. Mwalimu Kingangi insisted that borrowing money from your woman was not a good idea and cou
03/11/2011 05:26:00 AM
Yesterday, our hosts were talking about rich Kenyan men. Apparently rich Kenyan men are very stingy with their money. They will spend money buying a house or paying rent, a car, a holiday, on school fees but will never give you hard cash. True?
03/08/2011 11:38:00 AM
Today is the International Women's Day. Therefore, our hosts today were inviting the women to take this opportunity and tell the men exactly what they want.
My Human OpinionToday we celebrate women. Mothers, wives, sisters, girlfriends, daughters, al
03/02/2011 07:56:00 AM
Today, Maina wa Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi were talking about maids. Apparently a lot of married women are letting the maids take over in terms of cooking, cleaning and raising the kids. Mwalimu was of the opinion that when a woman let's the maid ta
02/24/2011 05:19:00 AM
Today Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi were talking about the situation when your spouse gets 'too saved' that they take some of your marital privileges, aka freaky njyes or no njyes. Should you accept this and adjust to their new life?
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01/27/2011 07:54:00 AM
The other day, Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi were talking about ladies who apparently can tell the size of a man's wallet the minute they see you. Within the first few minutes, they can tell whether the man is a winner or a loser. Maina and Mwali
01/25/2011 07:58:00 AM
Yesterday, Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi were talking about a story in one of the daily newspapers. Apparently, women who are looking for 'financially stable' men sometimes end up finding men who are fake tycoons. What gives?
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01/18/2011 06:30:00 AM
Yesterday, Maina wa Kageni and Mwalimu Joseph were talking about a certain story in one of the daily newspapers. There was a certain lady who was complaining about the pressure from parents, relatives, workmates and friends to get married. Mwalimu wa
01/15/2011 03:48:00 AM
Yesterday, Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi were talking about magnet men aka chic magnets. Mwalimu was of the opinion that every man is a magnet. So they were asking what it takes to be a woman magnet and what makes women go after such men.
01/10/2011 11:09:00 AM
We continue talking about money. Today the topic was about whether a woman is justified in taking half a man's money when they divorce. And on the spotlight was one case of Olympian magnitude involving Sammy wa (belonging to) Njiru that has been taki
01/05/2011 11:50:00 AM
Happy New Year dear friends. I hope you enjoyed the holiday season and took time to relax and reflex. For those who didn't have a holiday, no worries; your time is coming.
Anyway, back to business, we start this year's post talking about money. Our
11/29/2010 07:26:00 AM
After a short hiatus we are backsomewhat.
Today Maina wa Kageni and Mwalimu Joseph Kingangi were talking about arranged marriages. Asians do it and even the President of Botswana wants his people to get him a wife. Mwalimu was of the opinion that
11/15/2010 06:21:00 AM
Today Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi were talking about women who cannot help their eX-boyfriends. Mwalimu was of the opinion that a man would never forget the help he receives. So they asked, 'does breaking up with someone mean that they do
11/10/2010 11:44:00 AM
Yesterday Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi were talking about the Administration Police officer who killed 10 people in a love triangle drama. The AP is said to have been infected by HIV by his lover, who was roaming the bars of Siakago with another
11/08/2010 07:47:00 AM
Today Maina wa Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi were talking about the way Kenyan women are unapproachable. Mwalimu was of the opinion that Kenyan women are unapproachable when compared to their East African counterparts. Maina was of the opinion that Ken