- Benjamin Zulu urged husbands to be ready to let go of women who abandon their wifely duties; both in the bedroom and in the home
- Zulu said no man should condemn himself to a life of promiscuity because they are not satisfied at home
- The relationship also said it is always okay to end a relationship that is no longer working
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Relationship coach Benjamin Zulu has advised married men to replace their wives if they deny them their conjugal rights.
The vocal life coach whose hard-hitting advices on matters love and relationships have earned him immeasurable praise urged husbands to be ready to let go of women who abandon their wifely duties; both in the bedroom and in the home.
Responding to a concerned Kenyan man on his segment on Switch TV who said his wife was denying him his manly needs despite him being a good husband, Zulu said no man should condemn himself to a life of promiscuity because they are not satisfied at home.
"Do not look for these things (that the wife denies) else where. Just replace the woman. Do not let her turn you into an immoral person, sleeping around because she has stopped playing the role of a wife.
"I cannot go risking diseases, my reputation and my life. If someone stops playing their role, just let them go," Zulu said, in his usual abrasive style.
The public figure said it is always okay to end a relationship that is not working instead of turning on each other.
"We are adults. We do not have to kill each other. No, the moment it stops working, just let it go," he insisted.
During a recent interview, Zulu waded into the discussion of "eating fare" and said individuals should meet to have a conversation and see if they are compatible, otherwise when they find themselves under the sheets it metamorphoses to barter trade.
"If you are being sent fare you are not fit for dating. You are fit for playing," said Zulu.
Zulu reiterated that when a woman receives the fare from a man, it makes her indebted to the sender as he expects something in return. In his school of thought, the two should meet on neutral ground where no one expects anything from the other.
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