Pastor Susan Munene, who is in the running for the “preacher of the year” award alongside Pastor James Ng’ang’a, has echoed Governor’s Sonko remarks that ‘Twa Twa’ should not be done in the Nairobi CBD.
“I want to echo the words of my governor Mike Sonko that sex should never be done in CBD because it is a sacred act that should be done by married couples and not in a public place,” she said.
Pastor Munene of Overcome Hope Ministries added: “The condition of sex is that you should never have sex when someone else is watching because this is a sacred service to you and to God.
“When I said in the car, I meant a private place because a car has a door and windows so no one should see you.”
She also clarified what she meant when she said couples should get intimate in the kitchen.
“When I said in the kitchen, I didn’t mean you do it when your house help or children are around. As married pastors, our kids have never witnessed us doing it. This is something that needs to be done between me and pastor because it’s food for marriage and without feeding, you’ll die gradually.”
Rising Cases of Domestic Violence
The preacher also attributed the rising cases of femicide where several women have been killed by their spouses to a lack of sexual intimacy.
“Our grief as the Munenes is when we see a couple married for 5 years or more killing each other. The reason why such things are happening is because there is no unity in their matrimonial bed.
“There’s no way when you have a healthy sex life you can wake up after ‘Twa twaring’ and take a knife and kill your spouse.”
In an interview with Mpasho, Pastor Munene further explained that her viral video was not recorded in church.
“I used myself as an example to drive the point home. We were not in church, We had been invited as guest ministers at a couples’ meeting and the topic was ‘how to enjoy sexual intimacy in marriage’ and our audience was married couples.
“I want to thank Kenyans for embracing the video and making it go viral,” she said.