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Single mothers unite: Saumu Mbuvi is perpetuating a dangerous myth

February 19, 2021 at 13:37
Single mothers unite: Saumu Mbuvi is perpetuating a dangerous myth

Saumu Mbuvi is a single mother of two, children from two different men who both elected to leave her and whom she accused of being abusive -with proof of the fact in form of photographs of the aftermath. What we are however not informed is that there was a third man with whom she had invested in a nightclub called Wakanda whom she also came out to accuse of trying to scam her.

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While no excuse can be made for the fact that these men beat up Saumu Mbuvi (unless of course, it was an act of self-defence), we should also not allow Saumu Mbuvi to escape accountability for the fact that it was she who chose these men as her partners and even committed to producing children for the: Ben Gatu and Anwar Loitiptip being the men.

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Saumu Mbuvi celebrates single motherhood

But what is worse is that she recently took to her social media accounts to perpetuate a rather toxic ideology: that of the single mothers. you see, this is an ideology that is not worthy of being spread but has been done so by either women who are drinking from the fountains of feminism or from the bitterness that comes from the realization they had chosen their partners poorly.

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But away from this, in tuth, Saumu Mbuvi is overlooking a truth that every sensible individual and indeed, scientific research has shown: children are best raised in a stable two parent home. And this fact bears heavier on the shoulders of women than that of men for the simple reason of Briffault’s Law.

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Saumu Mbuvi with dad, Mike Sonko (holding his granddaughter) and Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip in happier days

This is a law that states “the female, not the male, determines all the conditions of the animal family. Where the female can derive no benefit from association with the male, no such association takes place.” Today we would say “relationship” rather than “association.” What that means is that Saumu Mbuvi bears the responsibility of ensuring her offspring get such a stable family.

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Now, if you’re going to use your emotions to think, this will seem like bullshit. However, you need to understand that a family cannot form unless a woman, in this case Saumu Mbuvi decides to pair bond and mate with a man -men. In this case Ben gatu and Anwar Loitiptip. Had she not agreed to their dalliance, we would be discussing the matter of rape instead.

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Mike Sonko holding his grandchild along with Saumu Mbuvi and her former lover, Senator Anwar

Another reason why Saumu Mbuvi is actually perpetuating a dangerous myth is that, if we take her words at face value, then the men she was dealing with aren’t the best men. They are violent men. This introduces hybristophilia. This would mean she is attracted to the worst type of men. Violent men.

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But by and large, the worst thing about Saumu Mbuvi celebrating the fact that she has, in essence, agreed to choose the single mother’s path is the fact that her offspring now face an uphill battle and according to a Safe Harbour report about the children of single mother households:

Saumu Mbuvi's ex Anwar Loitiptip

Saumu Mbuvi’s ex Anwar Loitiptip

90% of welfare recipients are single mothers
70% of gang members, high school dropouts, teen suicides, teen pregnancies, teenage drug abusers are from single mother households
63% of national suicides are done by individuals who grew up in single-mother homes
90% or runaway children are from single-mother households are from single mother households
85% of children with behavioural disorders are from single-mother households
80% of rapists motivated by displaced anger grew up in single-mother homes
85% of imprisoned youth grew up in single-mother homes

Why would anyone want to listen to Saumu Mbuvi celebrating single motherhood? Still, all is not lost. Afterall, two of my mentors are the product of single-mother households.

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