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Comparing Andrew Kibe’s New Ksh1,250 Men’s Session to Amerix’s Masculinity Saturday


Netizens were left confused with the announcement, particularly on the charges of Ksh1,250 per person. In stark contrast, masculinity coach Eric Amunga, alias Amerix’s sessions through #MasculinitySaturday can be accessed on Twitter, with just an internet connection.

Former Kiss FM presenter Andrew Kibe ignited a flurry of reactions on social media when he, on Wednesday, May 19, revealed his new project, a masculinity class that focuses on helping Kenyan men rediscover their true nature.

Kibe took to his social media pages to announce the program dubbed Kibe Masterclass with its first lesson set to take place online on Friday, May 21.

The poster also included topics that interested parties can expect to be touched on during the coaching session. They include:

  1. Why men have to become more selfish
  2. Good guys finish last
  3. Instruct don’t discuss
  4. Foreplay is for simps
  5. What else after sex

“Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds!” Kibe captioned with a quote from legendary reggae icon Bob Marley, who passed away 40 years ago on May 11.

Ad poster of Andrew Kibe’s new masculinity class. /TWITTER

Netizens were left confused with the announcement, particularly on the charges of Ksh1,250 per person. In stark contrast, masculinity coach Eric Amunga, alias Amerix’s sessions through #MasculinitySaturday can be accessed on Twitter, with just an internet connection.

The #MasculinitySaturday hashtag, for those not in the know, is an online engagement session on Twitter held every Saturday where Amunga advises men on a number of pertinent issues regarding relationships and other aspects of life. It is part of other topics such as #MenMonday as well as those surrounding personal health issues where he has been vocal on since his successful battle with obesity.

Amunga began the weekly movement in January 2019 when a follower messaged him stating that he was on the verge of depression due to his wife disrespecting him. After reaching out to him and overcoming the challenge, he realised that men were struggling to find their true identity, prompting him to launch his online brand.

For two years, his hashtag has attracted praise from men and criticism, majorly from women and as he once described to Nation in February 2020, women react towards it owing to their naturally reactive behaviour and emotions.

“They derive their sense of validation by expending their emotions to matters that challenge their deep-rooted beliefs. Their protracted agitation against #MasculinitySaturday tweets could be justified because the conversation seeks to take away their manipulative mannerism towards men,” he stated.

A year ago on May 15, 2020, his controversial advice went viral when he appeared on NTV‘s Your World morning show for an interview where he gave his views on how boys should be raised to be more present in society.

#MasculinitySaturday coach Eric Amunga, alias Amerix. /COURTESY

Subscribing to the traditional roles in the family, he held that a mother is supposed to be in charge of the nurturing of the children while the man is supposed to lead, mentor, and show direction.

“Your presence as a man will be felt if you play your role as the man of the house. You don’t have to be there changing diapers.”

He advised men not to openly show affection to their wives in public arguing that it was setting a bad example for their children.

“No kissing your wife in front of your children. Do it in private as that will make your children get in the habit of kissing everyone they meet,” he explained.

The masculinity coach who claimed at the time to have four wives and two children stated that he teaches his children to be strong, creative and innovative while having a certain decorum when interacting with the opposite sex.

“They (boys) have to learn that they are given the responsibility to take care of the girl. I don’t teach them to touch them, kiss them. In fact, I tell them don’t cry in front of girls,” he added.

The medical consultant further argued that the money of a man belongs to the family and the money of a woman belongs to the woman.

Meanwhile, Andrew Kibe’s new venture is the latest of his newfound hustles that include his own radio station, Rogue Radio, an uncensored media venture he began following his controversial exit from Kiss FM at the end of June last year.

Prior to his stint in radio, his hard-hitting advice on women went viral online, turning him into an instant celebrity.

Poster of Andrew Kibe’s radio station ‘Rogue Radio’. /TWITTER



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