Wahu Kagwi, one of Kenya’s most celebrated female artistes, shocked many when she revealed that she is now saved. This came as a shock, considering how successful her music has been over the years.
Her family went through a rough patch after Nameless fell ill and was rushed to the hospital, but he’s recovering pretty well.
She released her first gospel song, Sifa, which has been well received by her fans. In an interview she had with Kiss FM, she revealed the real inspiration behind the song, saying that a few things did influence her creation. She said that her hubby’s sickness among other things inspired her to write the song.
“Well that and other things that you look at and say, ‘In all honesty, some things are not in your control. There’s so only so much you can do as a human being,’ and I consider myself a kinda clever human being. I can solve many problems but then some things are really beyond your ability…they take you down to your knees and you say…God, let’s now talk about it,” she revealed.
Well, Wahu is an amazing woman and she has taken her time to give back to the community. She and her daughter Tumiso, took their time to spend a day with parents and kids with Down Syndrome, a genetic disorder caused by the presence of all or part of a third copy of chromosome 21. It is typically associated with physical growth delays, characteristic facial features and mild to moderate intellectual disability.
She took to social media to share with her fans how the day went.
She wrote, “#earliertoday , at a tree planting ceremony organized by Down Syndrome Society of Kenya….was amazing spending time with the parents and kids of DSSK, doing something good for the environment. 🌲🌲💚💚 #gogreen #itseveryonesresponsibility #greener254 ☘️☘️.”
Check out photos from the ceremony;