A famous Stylish Kenyan Pastor by the name Robert Burale has confessed that while he was studying in the United Kingdom, he met a lot of young women and went ahead to bed them, the father of one however said that after engaging in the act with many different women, he did not find the satisfaction he needed but felt filthy and empty.
The father of one said this at a local Television station in the country, he went ahead to confess that the more women she slept with, the emptier he felt. Despite liking being around the many girls, the character did not add anything to his life, the Kenyan Pastor narrated.
According to him, during that time his life was in a mess, and after going through all that, many women still want him to engage in the act with him but he prefers to stay without it. The reason why he is denying proposals from what is because any time he engages in the act with a woman they release negative things that make one feel odd.
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