How Evelyn Wanjiru found out she was pregnant

Gospel singer Evelyn Wanjiru and her husband gospel music producer Agundabweni Akweyu revealed this during an exclusive interview with Bwenieve Digital.

She also shared a beautiful picture of her baby bump on Tuesday April 12.

The singer also admitted to having tried to conceive for the last ten years in her marriage before this beautiful outcome.

Evelyn narrated how she found out she was pregnant. “I was out of the Country when I discovered I was pregnant.” she recalls. “I was having the symptoms, throwing up, tiredness and a friend of mine suggested I take a pregnancy test. I was anxious and after waiting for some time I saw the two lines confirming my pregnancy. I was excited and called my husband to give him the good news.”

Her husband Agundabweni listening attentively added “When she called me and told me the news, I was overwhelmed with emotions. I asked her to repeat the test and I also told her when she comes back to the country we would go for a proper checkup.”

The first time parents also told the interviewer that they ate actively researching things to do with raising children.

See God! Nothing is impossible with God,
May our story ignite someone’s Faith 🙏 @agundabweni and I know that waiting is not easy but when the grace is sufficient everything flows as God intended. Am so joyful, excited and thankful that God remembered us on the #10thYear in marriage 😭. We are a clear testimony that God is, can and will remember that couple that is still waiting upon Him, to read more of our testimony check the link on @bwenieve and @evelynwanjiru_a bio . CHECK OUT newsong #ASANTE

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Everlyn Wanjiru releases anticipated single

Evelyn Wanjiru presents a beautiful song of praise titled ‘Everlasting’.

The melodious song starts with a sweet brass section fused in an African sound and Caribbean rhythmic beat produced by Bwenieve.

The lyrics of the song mentions how different communities from across the world call  God.

The gospel minister released the three-minute song with a colourful outdoor video that was produced/ directed by Bwenieve Films. The beautiful scenery T_was obtained from three different locations within Nairobi.

Check out the song;

‘I was a bad girl…’ Gospel singer Evelyn Wanjiru narrates growing up in poverty

‘I was a bad girl…’ Gospel singer Evelyn Wanjiru narrates growing up in poverty

Gospel singer Evelyn Wanjiru is one of the top gospel musicians the country has.

She is a worship leader music director, songwriter, hostess of the annual event “Praise Atmosphere” and co-founder of Bwenieve production.

She is best known for her hit songs “Mungu Mkuu”, “Celebrate”, “Jehovah Elohim”, “Waweza,” “Hossana,” “Nikufahamu” and “Tulia.”

Well litle is known about her childhood.

Evelyn came from a humble background and grew up in Nakuru.

She says her mom did all she could to raise and her other siblings. It was not easy.

“It was tough for my mum. She sold charcoal and become a househelp for her classmate so that she could raise us,” she said in a live conversation with Mercy Masika last night.

Evelyn added that it was even tougher after their dad died.

She recounts playing gambling games called ‘Simbi’ to get money.

“You know those games that would make you steal. I have been a bad girl but my mum could not do anything. I stayed home for two years without going to school.”

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Evelyn Wanjiru with her husband

They had to repeat classes for staying away from school.
“I hear people saying they have never gone hungry and I wonder because to us it was a norm. Going to bed without food, it was normal. In school, my deskmate used to give me some, and I made sure I was friends with the cooks. I think I should do a documentary about my life,” she said.

Somehow one of her worship leaders paid her school fees and that is how she managed.

Evelyn and Eunice Njeri have a new song titled ‘Worthy’.

“We are the foundation of building a great Africa,” she said hoping to inspire someone with the song.

‘A joyful heart is good medicine!’ 10 inspiring quotes by Everlyn Wanjiru

Gospel minister Evelyn Wanjiru is one of the most inspiring Women Of God in the country.

The ‘Mungu Mkuu’ hitmaker has not only been touching people’s live through her music but has surely used her social media to bring motivation to many.

Well, here are ten of some of her most inspiring quotes.

1. A joyful heart is good medicine indeed. Make each other smile amidst the chaos of everyday life. That your bones may be greased by your joy.
Somebody’s relationship, somebody’s marriage is being restored, refreshed renewed. God is doing a miracle right now. Two of you can go a milestone when you join your hands together and you believe in yourself.

2.All that was taken away by the enemy will be restored in Jesus name.

3.Choose to see things differently. It’s not what you look at that matters it’s what you see!
We can always perceive things differently
We can focus on what’s wrong in our lives or we can focus on what’s right.

4. #fear is a Reaction #courage is aDecision

I can do all things through #CHRIST who strengthens me💪🙌
Fear always leads to more fear while Courage leads to VICTORY!!

5. We fall, we break, we fail, but then
we rise, we heal, we overcome.

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6.Sometimes we are tested not to show our weakness but to discover our strengths

7.And remember cast your seeds where they will grow ,fight for what is worth 💯%
Invest in what has a return, give even without an overflow, ignore the naysayers.

8. A woman is like a flower if you take care of her and shower her with tenderness and love, you will have the honour of watching her bloom.

9.We do not decide our future, We decide our habits, and our habits decides our future.

It’s things we do daily that defines our future. Show me how you spend your day, week, month and your year. Your future is not what you say but what you do today.
Develop habits that builds you and your future

10. Be a Warrior not a Worrier