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Ezekiel Mutua among guest speakers at this year’s Men’s Conference

By Sammy Waweru February 8th, 2023 2 min read

Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) Chief Executive Officer, Dr Ezekiel Mutua, is among the guest speakers who will grace this year’s Men’s Conference.

The Men’s Conference is scheduled for Valentine’s Day (February 14) at the Carnivore grounds in Nairobi. Preparations for the event are already in progress under the media personality Stephen Letoo.

Dr Mutua has confirmed that he will be among the guest speakers through his official Facebook page. Pauline Njoroge, a blogger, had raised concern over the date set for the occasion, stating it coincides with Valentine’s Day.

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Ms Njoroge put Mr Letoo on spot by stating that “women will demand their chocolates and flowers’ on Valentine’s Day,” otherwise they will to storm the Men’s Conference.

One of Ms Njoroge’s followers then tagged Dr Mutua, seeking to know if indeed he will be among the main speakers.

“Ala! I’m told Ezekiel Mutua will be the guest speaker. This is a must attend. Btw with the drought situation in Kenya, it will be very difficult getting flowers,” the user commented.

Dr Mutua was quick to confirm that he give a speech during the conference.

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Dr Mutua hailed Letoo’s commitment, but noted that he understands the predicament of women whose spouses are irresponsible.

“The Men’s Conference is a forum where men are taught how to treat their women better. It’s not us versus them. Chairman, Stephen Letoo is aware of the suffering of women in the hands of irresponsible men. He wants a better society where men and women play a complementary role. I will say more at the conference. Come one, come all,” Dr Mutua said.

Other guests expected to attend and speak at the conference include Dr Frank Njenga, renowned thespian Ian Mbugua and comedian Dr Ofweneke.

Tickets are retailing at Sh1,000, with t-shirts and caps also on sale for those who will be in attendance.

Also read: Stephen Letoo shames singles who don’t have partners as Valentines Day nears