Nadate Mzungu Wa 70 years na niko 30yrs – caller tells Maina Kageni

On Wednesday, May 8, 2024, radio personalities Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i hosted an intriguing conversation with an unexpected guest. A 30-year-old woman phoned in to share her unconventional romantic relationship with a 70-year-old Caucasian man.

During her candid confession, the caller expressed genuine affection for her elderly partner, emphasizing how he attended to her needs comprehensively.

“I’m involved with a 70-year-old Caucasian gentleman, and despite our age gap – he’s three decades my senior – he lavishes me with care and support. I’m committed to him; I wouldn’t consider ending it. Frankly, I wouldn’t mind dating someone even older, perhaps a 90-year-old. My priority is companionship and having someone dependable by my side, and if he fits the bill, I’m content with our relationship,” the caller disclosed.

Reacting to the revelation, Maina Kageni questioned the underlying fixation some women seem to have on the idea of needing a man. He challenged the notion, suggesting that financial independence could render such dependencies unnecessary.

Mwalimu King’ang’i chimed in, acknowledging that companionship holds significance for many women, irrespective of their financial standing.

“Ladies, what aspect of a man’s presence do you find indispensable that you cannot procure for yourself?” Maina inquired.

Earlier in the week, the hosts delved into the phenomenon of women gravitating towards much older partners, prompting Maina to query whether these women’s families and friends were aware of their unconventional relationships.

“Ladies, have you disclosed your relationships with significantly older men to your parents or friends?” Maina probed.

Mwalimu King’ang’i humorously remarked, “You might as well be dating your mother’s contemporaries!”