Stephen Letoo Urges Men to Move on After First Date if Lady Doesn’t Say Yes: “Usiwaste Time”
- Political journalist Stephen Letu urged people to invest time in things and the people who hug them
- He said that if someone doesn't agree to date you on that first date, you should move on with someone else who will be sure of them
- Netizens agreed with his sentiments, some said it was pointless to take someone on many dates, but they know they're not interested
Citizen TV journalist Stephen Letu advised Ken to stop wasting time on women who want them to take them on many dates before they decide to date them.
Stephen letto: don't waste time on a lot of dates
In an interview with Citizen Digital, a political journalist who speaks loudly about polygamy said that men should stop wasting time pleading with women who are not sure of them and move forward only with those who want to be with them for real.
“In life, you have to walk faster. When something doesn't work, you don't waste your time on it. Go do something if it calls you back. It's just like a relationship, ukikatia dem na akatae kuingia box, don't waste too much time. Don't make too many dates ati ni kama hakupenda hio restaurant I want to change to another java. Or I want to go to another rooftop restaurant. If on the first date a person does not cooperate with you, forget it. Move alone. Do not waste your time in one space. Ukimkatia akatae, actually usimchatishe asubuhi, chatisha mwingine. The man who will hug you first, the song na ye,” he said.
Letu shared again video on his Facebook page Attracting comments from social media users:
Reactions of network users
Here are some of the reactions to the post:
Joy Juma said:
“Don't waste that much time in one space…. Go ahead. Free space. Don't make unnecessary human jam.”
Vera Mumbois commented:
“Things that no one has told us… And this applies to everything! Relationships, marriages, jobs, friendships.”
Moutoni Mwangi said:
“I think every amephica this point, if it flows, it flows, if it crushes, it crushes.”
Jan Ayeko said:
“Class fired!! That's enough for a whole semester.”
Lothibong Junior commented:
“Yes, that's true Letoo kama dem hawezi ingia box, just leave it to move on, don't waste your time.”
Letu tells women to accept polygamy
A political journalist recently called on men in polygamous marriages to ensure that they treat all their wives equally.
The TV journalist said that Women are a stumbling block to polygamy and that they must learn to hug common wives, since it solves problems such as jealousy.
Letu also shared that just because he believes in polygamy doesn't necessarily mean he has many wives.