A controversial woman Tabitha Kanyungu has resurfaced with another observation concluding that men who get home early are professional cheaters.
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The Twitter user is known for her controversial advice to women and men concerning dating and marriage.
In her tweet, Kanyungu said men who arrive home from work by 6pm carrying household shopping like meat, milk and help with house chores and children's homework are cheaters.
She said such men usually engage in escapades with their side lovers during the day, especially lunch breaks, and only go home early to conceal their underhand dealings.
"Men who are home by 6pm, bring milk, meat, help with the kids' homework, put the baby to sleep, usually have cheated during the day with their girlfriends," she wrote.
She said such men are notorious for secret affairs that hit the climax between 1pm and 3pm during weekdays.
Kanyungu also warned these type of men saying their scheme was known and their days were numbered.
The woman was praised while others blamed her of sidelining the boy child.
Majority of the comments came from men who confirmed her theory while others differed with her.
Kanyungu was on the spotlight a few weeks ago after she advised women above 26 years not to hesitate to marry any man who hit on them or they would regret their choosiness when they enter the menopause curve.
She further advised women to give birth with man available and have many children, referring to how her husband tricked her with a job offer only to make her pregnant and ended up to live together, bearing 5 children.
In other news, a 25-year-old intern doctor Shongile Nkwhashu has been murdered by her boyfriend in her room for a reason yet to be known as the police investigation continues.
The news stirred massive reactions online especially on Twitter where the hashtags #RIPShongileNkwhashu and #JusticeforShongile have been trending.
Reports indicate that the mother of the lady who had suffered through thick and thin for the daughter to amount to something was inconsolable when her daughter was declared dead at the hospital.
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