1. Moses Kimathi,
Moses Kimathi, alias DJ MoZ of Kubamba Radio, during an interview with Capital FM's Valentine Njoroge revealed that he chose to undergo vasectomy as form of family planning.
He disclosed that his wife started having complications from using contraceptives.
He said after siring three kids with his wife, they decided they were enough. Therefore, vasectomy became an option.
He urged his fellow men not to let the burden of family planning be carried on women' shoulder alone.
2. Nick Ndenda
Unlike Dj Moz who decided on vasectomy after he had sired children Nick Ndenda the Former Kiss 100 presenter had his vasectomy done before siring any kids.
It was alleged that the idea of having a vasectomy did not originate from Nick himself rather from his now ex fiance who is a popular YouTube vlogger Muthoni.
Nick and Muthoni had been together for 7 years before they split. Many termed Nick as man who did everything for Muthoni, but one thing that he did which is not irreversible is having a vasectomy.
Nick later came out and refuted this claim. He stated that he did not want any kids in his life.
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