- A young lady has urged men to pamper their women and take them to different places
- Rozanne Nthambi Kimuyu said women needed to be treated like they are delicate babies and given gifts regularly
- Social media however was not feeling the sentiments with some saying women need to learn how to treat themselves as opposed to waiting for men to pamper them
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Lovers' Day may be over but men in love or who aspire to be have been advised by a young lady on what it takes to satisfy women.
Most people get confused or in limbo whenever it comes to showing love or treating their significant others.
According to a young lady, Rozanne Nthambi Kimuyu, men ought to treat their women by pampering them like babies and taking them for random trips. She aid:
''Women need to be pampered like babies, regularly gifted and taken to new places.''
Kimuyu appeared on a TV interview on NTV where she shared her remarks. Her sentiments also gained a lot of comments with some people agreeing with what she said while others disagreeing with her.
Here are some of the comments from the post:
Samalle Cosmas said:
''Oh my 21st century women, should we think of even having a plot/savings somewhere or it is just these 'useless' things(in my opinion) in form of love?''
Ian Mbugua commented:
''Why would l pamper someone else's daughter? The only pampering l do is for my kid. This is exactly what we were warned never to do at the men's conference yesterday. Thanks to Mr kibor's wise words, all men are hardened.''
Kendi Laibon said:
''To my younger sisters, work hard or smart and pamper yourself the way you want. Stop overburdening the boy child. You are all making it hard for the young men to date in the current times.''
Abdizo Kharim commented:
''I pamper some one with 32 teeth, do you have sense really? To me this comedy.''
Kate Favour said:
''Yes! Yes!Yes! As their chair lady I hereby confirm ladies need to be well pampered by their parents and men should do so to their kids.''
Wambui Kariuki commented:
Why sit down and wait to be pampered, take yourself out, go have a nice dinner, enjoy beautiful scenery and many more. That is the joy of your hard work.''
Mwiti Mbuna commented:
''Stay there waiting to be pampered.Mature ladies are busy with their works.''
A young man was also previously captured advising young men not to go broke trying to please random women.
Captain Collins cautioned men who are 35 years old and below on how to spend their money especially when it comes to women saying they should only spend their hard earned cash on their mothers and daughters.
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