Wababas and wamamas will mislead and break you, Second Lady Dorcas Gachagua has warned youths in Kenya.
Speaking at a boychild’s event at the University of Nairobi, pastor Dorcas warned the young students against dating older men and women for money.
She noted that it has become a ‘trend’, especially on social media.
“I don’t know if the name ‘mumama’ or ‘mubaba’ rings a bell to you, I beg you as a mother, be careful,” Dorcas said.
The Second Lady advised that the choice of a partner can either make or break a young person.
She also expressed concern over peer pressure among young Kenyans,
“Peer and social media pressure besides ‘mubaba’ and ‘mumama’ is destroying our students not just in UoN but it’s a national concern,” she said.
Dorcas also cautioned the UoN students against visiting a street in town that she said has ‘fishy activities.’
“May God help us. Maybe they are strangers to you but am not a foreigner in this city,” she said.
Speaking at the same event, Dorcas invited netizens to give her nickname after her husband, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua was nicknamed Riggy G.
“Nowadays my husband is called Riggy G, I am still waiting for my name,” she said.