Mwalimu Rachel and Xclusive
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On yesterday's drive show, Xclusive asked Mwalimu Rachel about her love language.

"Love language means how I know someone loves me, Gifts, money, and words of affirmation," Mwalimu Rachel responded to Xclusive.

"Ah, words of affirmation are what Gen Z have rejected. Gen Z has told the government our love language is acts of service.

We don't want to hear about words of affirmation because the government is used to words; we have set aside, we have planned," Xclusive explained.

"I will do this for you, you know you are our sons and daughters, we love you, we want to listen to you, come let us dialogue, we want acts of service to see things being done."

According to Xclusive, Gen Z's message rejecting dialogue with the government has also been heard by opposition leader Raila Odinga, who earlier tweeted saying he has been told by his leaders that Gen Z does not want handshakes.

"Acts of service, listen, we know we are in a toxic, very abusive relationship with the government but the least they can do is show us our love language," Xclusive said.

"By the way, if they show us this, we will settle down, let's go to Diani to relax, acts of what, Service, thank you very much."