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Murugi Munyi Urges Ladies To Consider Threading Carefully

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Kenyan Business Entrepreneur Murugi Munyi has called out to all ladies, urging them to be careful with the decisions they are making in life.

Speaking through her social media page, she has told ladies to consider being independent and learn to make decisions on their own, not relying on another person’s decisions just because they are not sure of their own.

According to her, Women shouldn’t do something just because someone told them not to try it or to seize from it. On the same page, she urges ladies to always take part in decision-making and not just leave it for their men to decide it for them, as they also have a say in that relationship.

“Ladies, please stop quitting your jobs because your man said you shouldn’t work.

Please stop having children you don’t want because your man wants them.”

She said that women should actually stop blaming their mistakes on others, specifically referring to men for something they actually participated in making. Concluding with telling them that they always have an option and they shouldn’t do something that they will end up regretting later or blaming others who have nothing to do with it.

“Please stop the ‘He made me not work. He impregnated me. You are an active participant in your own misery, Hun. You always have a choice. You can say No. Actually.”

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