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‘My Parents Once Lived In a Mud House’ Singer Wahu Reveals As She Talks About Motherhood Struggles

Celebrated singer Wahu Kagwi is a household name in the Kenyan music industry.

The Sweet Love hitmaker is married to the love of her life and fellow singer Nameless and together they have blessed with two beautiful daughters Tumiso and the second born, Nyakio Mathenge.

Wahu and Nameless real name David Mathenge have been together for 11 years now and are still going strong despite being in the public eye and the limelight, and one thing about this couple is that they never talk about their issues on social media.

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We have to congratulate Wahu for keeping her family intact and sane, and more so for putting her hubby and daughters first even with her busy career and schedule.

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Well, recently, Wahu took to her social media to engage with her fans and talk about motherhood and the future she wants for her kids in Kenya especially now that the general elections are around the corner.

In the process, her first born daughter Tumiso interrupted her live session on Facebook, which turned out to be a sweet, and hilarious moment, as she asked her mother if she could build forts in the house, then ended up getting comfortable in the video.

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Tumiso even reveals that her mother claims that she’s not beautiful; “She says she’s not pretty, she thinks she’s no pretty. That’s why she puts on makeup”. However, her mother refutes the claims; “that is not true.”

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When Wahu finally manages to chase her daughter away, though her fans still pester her to let Tumiso stay, she’s not obliged.

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That’s when Wahu decided to talk about how her kids motivate her, and then revealed how her parents struggled to make it in life, confessing that they once lived in a mud house.

You know, my parents, their first house, the one my big sis was born into, was a mad house, it was a small kamatope house, and now we laugh because my mum tells me that when my big sis was a kid, the ting that she used to like to do was eating the ukuta, it was matope, so she comes and finds that the kid has matope all over and there was a hole in the house. 

She went on to talk about how the parents finally made it from the mud house to a wooden house and to then to their now beautiful stone house. Watch the rest of the inspiring story below.

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