Happy Fathers Day...Despite These Challenges....


A bird whispered to me you are undergoing sex change, so as to align yourself well with your Party mantra ?

Federal way kuko vipi mzito… ambia waruimbo namtafuta


Even Hammo The Professors has time to show Fatherly Love…Who are you?.. :D:D:D

For All The Anonymous Dads Out There…

Over the last ten years that she has been married, Perpetual Kathambi’s marriage has been the envy of many. Perpetual and her husband David are seen as the perfect couple by many people. They love each other and have three beautiful children – two girls and a boy – and a pet dog named Whisky. They are also professed and baptized Christians with a beautiful home in the Kileleshwa area in Nairobi. But Perpetual, who works as a pharmacist at a city hospital, has been keeping a secret that could tear her marriage apart if it ever finds the light of day. “I had my third child out of wedlock,” says Perpetual. She had not entirely intended to get a child outside her marriage. Her union was in a bad season. “We were arguing a lot. Our intimacy levels were non-existent,” she explains.


Two years ago at an evening party for one of her friends the ultimate temptation presented itself. “I was drinking and I was excited. I felt free. One drink led to another, and I found myself dancing with this guy,” she says. “He was handsome, taller, and with broader shoulders than my husband. He had too much masculinity. He turned me on.” Perpetual ended up sleeping with him. It was not too hard for her to pass the lie on to her husband. “I ensured that we were intimate,” she says. Two years down the line, perpetual says that her third born son is taking after his biological father. “He seems domineering and fun to be around with.” Perpetual has come to be at peace with her child and the betrayal. “He’s a beautiful child. I don’t regret having him but I can’t disclose his paternity to my husband. I don’t want to destroy my marriage,” she says.
Data from paternity testing centers indicate that more men are raising offspring that they didn’t sire in their relationships. Paternity testing data from DNA Testing Services reveals that at least 30 percent of Kenyan men who walk into their center to verify paternity end up not being the biological fathers of the children they are raising.

Happy Dads Day To You Too…