Who is actual owner of Manzi wa Kibera’s pregnancy? She reveals

Manzi wa Kibera has described Mzee as a bully in bed, claiming that the 66-year-old is to blame for her pregnancy.

Sharifa Wambui, 24, said she is ready to have more children for the man who has given her the best life experience.

She stated that Mzee encouraged her to have two more children so that he could buy her a village farm, but she is willing to have four children because of her love for him.

“I know people are saying that this pregnancy isn’t his, but we are fine with it, and we anticipate three more pregnancies,” Wambui said, adding, “He told me that after I have three children, he will buy me farmland in the village.”

Wambui, who describes the man as a powerhouse in bed and in life, said that those dating younger men are wasting their time.

“These young men have no time for a woman. First, sex is over in a minute because they lack stamina. Second, they have no time for a woman,” she said, adding, “You know, some things should be kept private. Let’s not discuss pregnancy for now.”

Wambui said that she is experiencing the best times of her life, arguing that the nights are getting shorter, and life is becoming more enjoyable.

“I love my man, regardless of what people say. He listens to me, and I love and respect him. I don’t think there is anything that can distract me or us,” she told The Nairobian.

She expressed her newfound happiness with her new love, Mzee, saying that his energy in both their personal and intimate life is in stark contrast to her previous partners, who were younger.

In her latest interview, Wambui told The Nairobian that Mzee keeps the passion alive all night, adding spice to their nights with the right kisses, the right words, and touches during their romantic escapades.

She described Mzee’s prowess as impressive and satisfying. She explained that they prefer making love while listening to Mugithi music in the background, with candlelight illuminating their room, making their love feel pure and sweet.

Wambui affirmed, “A night with Mzee is therapeutic. It is pure sweetness. You wake up in the morning, and the only thing you’re looking for is cold water after a marathon night.”

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