Former radio host and presenter Kalekye Mumo has come out to explain why she is still single. The current CEO of KM network is 45 years old and nearing menopause. Despite her being famous in the country she has never been married nor been in a serious relationship. She was being interviewed at NTV on why men are not hitting on her nowadays.
"I am still single because of the notion that an empowered woman cannot listen to a man," she says. Mumo laments on how hard it is to find a man when you are a successful woman in Kenya. According to her man varnish and only consult her on matter not related to dating. This has made her lonely despite the money and take she experiences.
On the other hand some bloggers have come out to attack her of not utilizing her youth well. When she was young and beautiful she could have bagged an alpha man. She however shover them away now she is desperate. Maverick Aoko has been accusing her of being a toxic feminist.
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