Ugandan Man Says He Can't Date Kenyan Women, Claims They're Aggressive: "Always Ready To Attack"

Ugandan Man Says He Can't Date Kenyan Women, Claims They're Aggressive: "Always Ready To Attack"

  • David Ssserunkuma has praised Ugandan women over Kenyans, describing them as humble and ready to submit to their men'
  • The 37-year-old taxi driver, in an interview with, claimed Kenyan women are aggressive and want to control relationships
  • Previously, the late billionaire Chris Kirubi said Ugandan women are more patient than Kenyan ladies, and their gentility is top-notch

A Ugandan taxi driver has compared Kenyan women to their Ugandan counterparts.

A man sitted in a car while holding his head.
A Ugandan taxi driver claims Kenyan women are tough-headed and always want to control relationships. Photo used for illustration purposes. Photo: Getty Images.
Source: UGC

Do Kenyan women make great wives?

In an interview with, the man, identified as David Sserunkuma, opined that Ugandan women are cultured, soft, humble and submissi+ve.

The 37-year-old taxi driver claimed Kenyan women are aggressive and want to control relationships, claiming they don't submit to their husbands.

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"A Kenyan woman will act like a felllow man in the house. Submission is a strange word to them. They are very aggresive and always ready to attack. They will give you a headache daily," he said.

Sserunkuma also claimed Kenyans are short-tempered and start throwing tantrums instead of solving martial issues amicably.

What did Chris Kirubi say about Ugandan women?

In 2020, during an interview on the Churchill show, the late billionaire Chris Kirubi said Ugandan women are more patient than Kenyan ladies and their gentility is top-notch.

"When you come home, she will untie your shoes and ask you how your day has been. When you want to go out, she will dress you," he said.

Kirubi added that women from Uganda are trained from childhood on how to be good wives who can take care of a household.

Is kneeling before your man a sign of respect?

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Women kneeling before their husbands is a common practice in some East African countries.

Previously, a Ugandan woman was slammed for kneeling while greeting a man believed to be her husband.

In the videos shared on TikTok, a man can be heard in the background telling a beautiful woman to kneel before him every time he comes home. The beautiful woman nods as the man speaks to her.

In another video, he called the woman; she came and knelt while greeting him and asked her to bring him food.

When she returned with food and put it on the table without kneeling, he told her to take it back to the kitchen and serve him while kneeling, which she did.

The videos went viral, eliciting mixed reactions among female TikTokers.

Nigerian man makes girlfriend kneel during proposal reported that a Nigerian man of Igbo descent has explained why he remained on his feet while proposing to his woman.

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The young man who recently engaged his heartthrob hailed himself for being the first person to command respect from a woman after years of mistake.

Internet users shared their thoughts on his marriage proposal announcement as people congratulated him.


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