Twa twa pastor now delves into the real meaning !

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Pastor Susan Munene[Photos/Courtesy].

“You should be creative if you want to have time together. Keep the children engaged with other tasks. Children are obedient, so the father can direct them to count either rice or beans up to whatever number… even up to 500,” she disclosed.

Less known city pastor Susan Munene of the famous Twa twa slogan has spoken for the first time since her viral video hit both the inter-web and mainstream media.

Appearing on Citizen TV on Saturday Nov 30th and hosted by media power couple Lulu Hassan and husband Rashid Abdalla, the Minister at Overcomers Ministries in Kasarani, Nairobi, addressed that sex was among the top two issues affecting current marriages.

While explaining her reasoning behind her viral remarks Twa twa, the Pastor who has also claimed that she is a marriage counselor together with her husband, stated that lack of sex could lead to irreparable disputes.

She maintained that there was no two way in marriage as sex remained the top most between married persons.

“You should be creative if you want to have time together. Keep the children engaged with other tasks. Children are obedient, so the father can direct them to count either rice or beans up to whatever number… even up to 500,” she disclosed.

The remark appeared to have astonished Rashid as he asked, “Really, isn’t that torture to the child?”when she replied, “Yes, the children should not hear what the parents are doing. The point is to keep the children busy until the couple is done.”

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She added, “The husband hates to be a beggar, a bother and a burden. If you make him feel like these things, he starts looking for other alternatives, like masturbation and other means”.

Twa twa is a word she used in the viral video to mean ‘sex all the time and anywhere’.

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