Friday May 10, 2019 - Nairobi Governor, Mike Sonko, has for once advised men on how to deal with marital problems.
90 percent of men, especially Kenyans, have clandestine lovers (Mipango ya Kando) and they usually get into trouble when caught by their wives either red-handed or by mistake.
The city Governor has now advised men on what to do when caught with Mpango Ya Kando.
In a post on Thursday night, Sonko said that learning to say sorry is the best remedy for such a situation.
“Learning to say sorry will save your relationship from the consequences of being caught red-handed,” Sonko wrote.
He also advised lovers and married couples to stick to each other and be patient with each other despite challenges that they may be facing.
According to the flamboyant Governor, many relationships are ending in acrimony because people don't ask for forgiveness or say sorry.
“No matter what you are going through in your marriage, relationship or life just Love your babes, stick to her, stay together, vumilianeni. Ukimkosea sema baby pole, ukichelewa kufika home sema babes pole, akipata sms ya mpango wa kando mpe kipindree alafu mwambie babes pole, akikushika na dame/ chali mwambie babes nakupenda nisamehe.
"Watu wengi huvunja relationship zao coz ya kushindwa kusema babes I'm sorry I love you forgive me. Ninani ashawai kosea mpenzi wake akakubali?" Sonko posted.
The Kenyan DAILY POST