I have grieved the fact that my late father never got to meet my baby boy – Kambua

Kambua is one celebrity who isn’t afraid of sharing her experiences from the past with her fans and followers.

Kambua, who is also a gospel singer, recently reminisced about her late father Professor Manundu who passed away on April 9, 2014.

Kambua with her father on their wedding day
Kambua with her father on their wedding day

In a post seen by Classic105.com, Kambua said that grief is something no one can prepare you for, noting that each time you think it’s over, it comes back in a new form.

I didn’t know I would be waiting for a baby for 7 years – Kambua says on wedding anniversary

The singer stated that she grieved a lot because the father never got to see her son whom she gave birth to, several years after his death, adding that she will never forget how he used to laugh.

Kambua smiling
Kambua smiling

In the post, the mother of one said losing her dad taught her to understand that grief and hope co-exist and the hope gives the pain people go through some purpose. Her post is below;

“6 years ago today, my Father went to be with the Lord. It has taken me years to heal and fully come to terms with the loss. Grief is like unfamiliar, uncharted waters than no one can fully prepare you for. Grief is multilayered; just when you think it’s over, it reveals itself in a new light. I have grieved the fact that he never got to meet my beautiful baby boy. I’ve grieved my fading memory, guilted myself for forgetting things I should remember about dad. But I will never forget the sound of his booming laugh, nor the sparkle in his eyes, or the warmth of his hands… just as I will never forget how cold they were before he breathed his last. It has taken me many years to accept and understand that both grief and my hope in Christ can indeed co-exist. And this hope in no way nullifies the pain- it gives it purpose. God writes our stories, and in Him nothing is lost. Our present pain and suffering is nothing compared to the glory that will be revealed in us. I am grateful that my father’s legacy points to Jesus. Keep resting in glory my Papa. 09/04/2014,” wrote Kambua.

Kambua in green
Kambua in green when she was still pregnant

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I was ready to cut my hair! Kambua reveals some challenges of motherhood

Kambua Manundu was finally blessed with a cute baby boy called Nate late last year after many years of trying to become a mother. Since then the singer has regaled fans with anecdotes about being a first-time mother.

Her messages normally reveal a side of the Rauka host that many rarely get to see as she expounds on the various experiences she is having. Recently, the gospel musician explained how she had had to opt-out of her self-care routine for the needs of her young, growing boy.

Kambua portrait

In her recent post, the TV host revealed that she has been unwell but she condemns any obstacles channeled her way.

“My eyes look some type of way because I haven’t been feeling too great lately (migraines). But, I remain unmoved by the antics of the devil😪”

I tested whether my tubes were blocked or my eggs were viable – Kambua

But speaking of first-time motherhood and in the current crisis of quarantine, Mama Nate sought to microblade her eyebrows to avoid everyday pencil coloring of the eyebrows. Despite the pain that comes with it, she was glad it will spare her time to focus on something else.

Microblading is a temporary technique for enhancing the appearance of eyebrows whereby pigment is scratched into the skin in fine, short strokes resembling hair, using a hand tool with a blade formed of tiny needles.

Kambua portrait

Moving on to her hair, Kambua confessed she almost chopped it off because it was proving too hard to handle.

So she sought temporary locks instead to hold her on.

“And then my HAIR! A girl got her hair temporarily locked because let me tell you, Postpartum alopecia is REAL, and if @chimoga254 hadn’t convinced me to lock it, I was ready to get it ✂️.”

Postpartum alopecia is described as a normal but temporary change after childbirth, where new moms notice hair loss around three months postpartum, but it is unrelated to breastfeeding.

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Kambua reveals reason she has been cautious about sharing her pregnancy story

Kambua shocked many last year after sharing an image of herself on Instagram heavily pregnant.

Many were shocked that she could have kept the pregnancy so well hidden and some wondered the reason for her secrecy.

There was already pressure to have children 2 years into our marriage! Kambua

In an interview with Parents Magazine, the chocolate beauty explained that she did it because women have been asking about what she did to get pregnant.

Kambua posing
Kambua posing

The mother of one went on to say that she had no answer to the question and stated that the reason she tells everyone that her son Nathaniel is a miracle is that only God can be credited for him.

“Part of the reason I have been cautious about sharing my story with people on a larger scale is because ever since I got pregnant, I’ve had women ask me what exactly I did to get pregnant and I don’t have an answer for them. That’s why I tell people that Nathaniel is a miracle, and no one can take credit for it,” said Kambua.

Kambua smiling
Kambua smiling

Despite her joy at becoming a first-time mother after 7 years of marriage, she said it wasn’t easy and will strive to create platforms where people will openly speak about infertility and get professional assistance.

“I’m unafraid of having this kind of conversations because I know how it feels. My journey was painful, but it helped me speak up for other people who are constantly facing pressure from all kinds of places,” said the singer.

Kambua with beads on her head

A few days ago, the Citizen TV presenter disclosed that she declined to grace the cover of Parents Magazine 4 years ago, on grounds that she didn’t have children.

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‘My heart nearly drowned in tears’ Inside Kambua’s journey to motherhood

Kambua has finally come out to open up about her journey to motherhood in an in-depth interview.

She has gone through the most daunting experience in her life on that journey but she is a happy mother and thankful to God for blessing her with a child after years of waiting.

The Rauka host welcomed her first child, Nathaniel late 2019 after being childless for quite a while. She had been in her marriage for seven years without a child, and was often trolled by people who did not understand her situation but questioned her value as a woman.

Kambua has shared a touching post, talking about how she struggled to get a child and kept her hopes high.

She advised women who are struggling with fertility-related conditions and those struggling to get children to be patient and keep trusting in God.

Kambua and her son are on the cover of this month’s (March) Parents Magazine and she revealed that she refused to do an interview with the popular magazine because she didn’t have a child.


She added that the waiting was one of the most draining experience for her but despite it all, she would not take them back.

“My years of waiting were so daunting. But I wouldn’t take them back. The lessons God taught me…the encounters I have had with Him are all priceless. When the pain was gut-wrenching and my heart nearly drowned in tears, I never stopped believing that God would come through for me (whichever way He chose to). And as I hold my toto today I am reminded that God gives good gifts. My baby Nathaniel is a miracle; He is, as my husband likes to say, a world-changer and a history-maker. And I believe His life will continue to bring glory to God.” Kambua added

She ended her post by encouraging the waiting wombs (waiting mother to be) that God will forever be faithful.

May every waiting womb be reminded that God remains faithful even when we are faithless. As you wait, my tent remains pitched right next to yours, in the land of hope. I haven’t crossed over alone. We will cross together, leaving no one behind. None of us shall be left drowning in despair. Our stories, regardless of how they unfold, will be beacons of hope along ancient paths. ⠀
If you’re still trusting for a miracle, just drop me a 💓. I’m praying for you 🙏🏾💛

She has constantly said that it has not been easy and because she understands that, Kambua will always make room in her life to help women who are going through the same. She will stand in the gap for them in prayer because now more than ever, she is assured of God’s faithfulness.

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My planned baby shower backfired – Kambua 


Kambau announced back in May 2019 that she was pregnant with her first child.

The announcement was followed by a cute baby bump picture that suggested she was in her second trimester.


This announcement had followed persistent rumors that she was heavily pregnant and doing her best to stay off the public radar.

Well either way her fans were happy for her considering she had admitted her struggles trying to get pregnant for seven years.

Kambua safely delivered her baby, and we later came to find out it was a boy named Nate.

Mama Nate as she loves to be referred to has once again publicly admitted she tried to hold a baby shower that backfired. The baby came early as she revealed in an interview seen by this writer.


Kambua explains in a sweet note how her family made up for the failed event.

This past weekend my family came together and put up a most precious celebration for my little bub, Nathaniel Muhoro. Last year a baby shower was planned and it backfired 🤭 because baby decided to come early! I’ll talk more about this someday. I’ve learned to unpack all my experiences slowly. He came early, but still right on time. I am eternally grateful for a healthy baby. God’s ways are perfect, and they are good. .

Kambua delivered baby Nate via C Section.



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Young and boujee! Celebrity kids born in 2019

In 2019, several Kenyan celebrities welcomed new babies this year.

Whether first-timers into parenthood or those who have already been through the journey, this is a list of famous individuals who had kids in 2019.

Size 8 and DJ Mo

 Gospel artist Linet  Munyali Muraya alias Size 8 and DJ husband Samuel Muraya famously, Dj Moh,  welcomed their baby number two this year.

In a video posted on Size 8’s Instagram account on November 20, the couple welcomed their bundle of joy amid fear of complications.

The musician had been admitted at RFH Healthcare prior to her delivery.

Size 8 confessed to her fans on social media that she was going through a hard time during her pregnancy.

She broke down in tears during her surprise baby shower in October saying, “Those tears are a sign of a brand new thing that God is birthing in my life and your life be encouraged”.

The celebrity couple had a hard time last year when they lost baby number two.

DJ Mo opened up about it, revealing that his wife was five weeks pregnant when the misfortune happened.

The mateke hitmaker received a flurry of congratulatory messages on the safe delivery of the second child.

Although the exact date of delivery is not confirmed, Size 8 posted a video of her daughter Ladasha Wambo meeting her young sibling.

Tanasha Donna Aketch

The radio presenter come singer and her lover, Bongo star Diamond Platinum were the most talked about parents this year.

The couple welcomed their son Naseeb Jr on October 2 which is the exact date Diamond was born.

Naseeb is Diamond’s fourth child but Tanasha’s firstborn.

The Tanzanian superstar has two children with Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan and one with model Hamisa Mobetto.

Diamond and Tanasha had announced that they would be getting married early this year but they postponed.

Tanasha said they were taking their time to get to know each other.

Sarah Hassan

The sensational actress flouted her baby bump on social media for a long period of her pregnancy.

Soon after her surprise baby shower, Hassan went MIA on all social media.

In July this year, the actress broke the silence announcing that she had indeed given birth to a bouncing baby boy.

She made the update three months after the delivery date.

The former wedding show host and hubby, Martin Dale welcomed their baby two years after they got married.

The wedding held in February 2017 was very lavish but intimate ceremony attended by invited family and friends.


After seven years of a childless marriage, Gospel artist and show host Kambua Mathu welcomed her first child this year.A bouncing baby boy. Baby Nate.

Kambua and her hubby Pastor Jackson Mathu could not be happier.

The couple especially the lovely Songstress had gotten a lot of backlash for failing to conceive after so long in marriage.

In the past Kambua has always been candid and emotional about the subject. Yet still very hopeful.

She has constantly encouraged women waiting to be mothers through her social media.

“..For any woman whose pain was triggered by my announcement, I have prayed that God will turn your darkness into a spark of hope. I hope that your faith is renewed knowing that His power knows no bounds,” read part of her post.

She broke the news of her pregnancy on Instagram with a picture of her baby bump and her fans were overjoyed.

Diana Marua

She is officially a mother of two.

Wife to gospel artist Kevin Bahati welcomed second child on  August 14 this year.

Her son Majesty Bahati follows baby girl  Heaven Bahati who will be turning  two next year.

The reality show star took to Instagram to announce the new addition to her family.

“They call me Mama Morgan, Mama Heaven and today, my King has been born. Wednesday 14.08.2019. At exactly 1.04pm. Majesty Bahati, ” she posted.

The couple are known for their ‘unconventional’ baby names.

Bridget Achieng’

According to Achieng’, her baby  Sekani Rich Opeyemii is of mixed nationality since his father is Nigerian.

Achieng’, a star in reality show Nairobi diaries  revealed in her you tube channel that she is well equipped to take care of her baby as a single mother.

She stated that her baby daddy ghosted  her when she was three months pregnant with her baby Sekani.

Milly wa Jesus

The bubbly Milly and her husband Kabi wa Jesus  announced the birth of their daughter, Reign Taji wa Jesus via Instagram on October 11.

The couple work together to earn a living as online content creators.

Kabi and his wife are famous from their youtube videos.

Nimo Gachuri

On March 5, Nimo and her husband Mr Seed welcomed their first child, a boy named Gold Christen.

The model took to Instagram where she expressed happiness of delivering the normal way and not Cesarean section.

“Welcome to the world my Little star born, 3.5 kg the labour the screams were all worth it. I thank God for normal delivery and all those that took part in saying a prayer for us,” read the post.

The couple got married on August 10 this year in a colourful wedding.

Georgina Muteti

Rapper Khaligraph Jones and bae Georgina Muteti welcomed their first child together.

On June 8, Muteti gave birth to a lovely baby girl and the rapper has since taken pride in being a father.

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Joyous Size 8 shares first photo showing off her miracle baby

Read the touching message Kambua’s husband wrote her

Jackson Mathu and Kambua have been married since 2012. This past weekend was Kambua’s birthday and the beauty decided to make a loud and proud return to social media.

During her return, she not only spoke of the immense joy she had at finally getting a baby but also revealed the gender and name of her son.

Kambua portrait
Kambua portrait

But what about the man who has been her rock all the years that they have been married? Jackson, who is a businessman wasn’t to be left out and decided to celebrate his wife with a wonderful message.

Kambua reveals the name and gender of her toddler

The message read;

Happy birthday to my flower. I love you!# Beautiful wife

Jackson Mathu message to his birthday wife, Kambua
Jackson Mathu message to his wife on her birthday

Kambua has in the past spoken about the impact that her husband has had on her during the years when she was struggling to get a baby.

Kambua on her wedding day
The singer on her wedding day

In a past interview with Kiss 100, she explained that Jackson had been the rock in her life saying,

“One of the things that I’m grateful for is that I met a really strong man and it’s because of him being strong that has helped me even in my ministry and career. That he is not fazed or moved by what people say and for the moments where I have gone through things and felt that ‘okay this has really hurt me’ he has been there to speak life into me and to encourage me. If there is anyone who is not bothered it’s my husband and I am learning, he is teaching me how to do that. How to not care because either way regardless of what you do people will have an opinion it just comes with the territory so yea he is cool.

Kambua smiling
The singer smiling

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‘The God who opens wombs’ Kambua makes teary first post in 3 months

Kambua is one of the most celebrated of TV presenters and singers in Kenya. The entertainer, who had been married to her pastor husband Jackson Mathu for a number of years was finally blessed with a baby in September this year.

Glowing and gorgeous! Check out first photo of Kambua after giving birth

From August 4th this year, she stopped posting anything on her Instagram page and many assumed that she was doing so as a result of her getting a baby.

The singer holding her baby bump
The singer holding her baby bump in the past

But today the mother of one who has still not revealed an image of her child, finally posted an image of herself for the first time in 3 months.

Kambua portrait
Kambua portrait

Her caption read,

A Mummy. A whole mummy! Ain’t God good? Also, it’s my birthday 🎉 Aaaaalso, I have missed you all. But I took time to be fully present in the season God ushered me into. My current ministry is in changing diapers, warm snuggles, and wet kisses🥰🤱🏾. Ah! This. God. Is. Too. Much. Too much! God of Sarah, Hannah, Rebecca…Kambua. The God who opens wombs and causes the “barren” woman to sing! Covenant keeping God. In Him there are no limitations.
I am grateful to know a God who does great things through weak, broken people.
My JOY is FULL, and my confidence in His goodness is rock solid.
Happy birthday to me
“The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock”- Matt 7:25

Kambua with her husband
Kambua with her husband

Many of her fans and followers were joyous about her return to social media and complimented and congratulated the mother of one about her testimony.

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We couldn’t Be Happier: Kambua welcomes first child


Celebrity Kambua Manundu Mathu is the newest mother in town.

The Holiday hitmaker together with her husband Jackson Mathu recently welcomed their first child after seven years in marriage.

A close friend of Kambua told mpasho.co.ke

She gave birth recently and both her And the child are okay. but I cannot reveal the gender. She loves to keep her private life under wraps. I don’t want to speak more about her personal life. Once she is ready to share, it will be out there.

Kambua posing
Kambua posing

Kambua has been through a lot and before she got pregnant, she was mocked left right and center on social media.


The artiste, who has in the past been attacked for being childless, responded to her critics saying a child is still a child even when it is born at 40.


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Kambua gives the secret to her happy and lasting marriage

Kambua Manundu is one of the most popular female gospel musicians that we have in this country. The singer has also had a marriage that can best be described as interesting from outside observers.

Lessons we can learn from Kambua’s successful marriage

The singer who is nearly giving birth with her first child was in the past interviewed by Kiss FM’s Chito Ndlovu and was open about her love, life, and marriage.

Kambua with her husband
Kambua with her husband

Chito asked her about how she protects her marriage from attacks and prying eyes in this day and age? She replied,

Uhmm you know I don’t know how people do it without God, I’m not trying to super spiritualize this, but when you think of two people coming from two very different worlds, trying to merge and create one world, honestly it takes God to make it work. so, umm yeah, six years into it so far so good, and I think that just learning to be friends with the person that you are married to, hmm because you know that all that fluffy, lovey-dovey feeling it kind of just.in each others face, you’re not always feeling like oh my God..you’re heart is not always like you know! But uhmm he’s my friend, and I love to hang out with him, I love to spend time with him, so being friends with the person that you are married to and having god as a foundation.

Kambua looking good with her pregnancy
Kambua looking good with her pregnancy

Chito also asked Kambua whether her hubby, Jackson Mathu, reads all the blogs, that castigate him as an old man? She said that she was glad that she married a strong man and that that fact had also helped her in her ministry and career. She said that he was her rock in the trying times.

Kambua on her wedding day
Kambua on her wedding day

She added, “If there’s anyone who is not bothered, it’s my husband and I’m learning, he is teaching me how to do that, how to not care because either way, regardless of what you do, people will always have an opinion. It just comes with the territory, so yeah, he is cool.”

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Use turmeric soap, aloe vera…Kambua reveals secret for her glowing skin

2019 has been Kambua has probably been one of the best years in Kambua’s life. The gospel singer is finally pregnant after being married for more than 6 years to her pastor husband.

Kambua with her husband
Kambua with her husband

Her pregnancy came at a time when many questions where being asked about the state of her home and hearth. But that wasn’t the only place that she had to wait before she had a breakthrough.

Kambua pregnant
Kambua pregnant

Apparently, she also had an issue with acne affecting her. The songstress has now revealed a secret to the beautiful glowing skin that she has.

She wrote a long message on her Instagram page detailing how she had struggled with acne before she found a long-lasting solution. She wrote;

From time to time i’ve talked about my skin which is acne prone. it was a real struggle especially because my acne started after high school 🤦🏾‍♀️. I tried many, many things, some over the counter, others dermatologist recommended, and nothing seemed to work. I hated the questions and unsolicited advice from people 🙄

Kambua smiling
Kambua smiling

But what worked for her for a time was her mother’s home remedies until last year when her skin broke out again. She said it was so bad that it affected her self-esteem.

She said her soulution came to her when a friend called Gasheri messaged her informing her that she might have a solution for the acne she was suffering from. Kambua decided to give it a try.

She said that the solution entailed her using turmeric soap (to cleanse), aloe vera (to apply before bed), rose water (as a toner), and marula oil (for moisturising).

Kambua smiling
Kambua smiling

She said that the products worked and her friends have even noticed the change.

Acne, also known as acne vulgaris, is a long-term skin disease that occurs when hair follicles are clogged with dead skin cells and oil from the skin.

It is characterized by blackheads or whiteheads, pimples, oily skin, and possible scarring. It primarily affects areas of the skin with a relatively high number of oil glands, including the face, upper part of the chest, and back.

Pharaohs are recorded as having had acne, which may be the earliest known reference to the disease. Since at least the reign of Cleopatra(69–30 BC), the application of sulfur to the skin has been recognized as a useful treatment for acne.

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“I downplayed my gifts for fear of being called a “show off,”- pens Kambua

Gospel artist Kambua recently revealed to us her beautiful baby bump after rumors of her pregnancy went round and KOT could not keep calm about the news

Amidst all the good news that comes with being with child, the gorgeous TV host and presenter says she was one who always feared and second guessed herself.

In a long post which she took to her social media, she said,

I was never the girl who stepped out boldly- no. I was the girl who second-guessed, and talked myself out of countless opportunities.

I downplayed my gifts for fear of being called a “show off”.

I was the girl who desired the light but didn’t have the courage to walk in it. But my story is different now.

In the words of Marianne Williamson, “It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us…

And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same”.

Congratulations: Kambua unveils cutest baby bump


Baby News: Kambua shows off blossoming bump weeks after big reveal

In her post she thanks God for saving her from all sorts of fear that held her behind on so many blessings and opportunities

In her words, she says,

My credit goes solely to God, for liberating me from fear- fear of the unknown, fear of people, fear of taking chances, and taking charge.

God who has constantly whispered to my heart, “do not fear”. Now I step into spaces, boldly.

Sometimes I step in with my heart in my mouth, and that’s ok too- doing it afraid.

I am fully aware of my light and how it not only liberates me, but how it pierces into the darkness of others, allowing rays of hope to stream in.

So yes, in this crazy, crazy, world, I choose to be… dauntless.


In all this, she still oozes beauty even as she is about to welcome baby number one with her husband of 7 years.

Other celebrities who will be welcoming their beautiful bundle of Joy is the Wa Jesus family who recently announced the good news.

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Kabi Wa Jesus and wife pregnant with their first child

Kabi Wa Jesus and his wife Millie have been a picture of marital bliss for many couples out there. The creative director and his wife revealed today that they are now pregnant.

Kabi Wa Jesus with his wife Millie
The couple together smiling

The caption that accompanied their image of the pregnant couple is below;

In Gods perfect time, in His perfect will, in accordance to His purpose. #NiJesus  #marriageworks 🥰🥰@millywajesus

The congratulatory messages rolled in hard and fast. Some of them are below;

blessednjugush; 💪💪💪💪💪Ni Jesus!!!!!!!!!! Congratulations!!!!!!!
sowairina; Awww CONGRATULATIONS❤️
teacherwanjiku; Naona kazi imefanywa 😂😂😂congratulations!
celestinendinda; Congratulations to the wa jesus😍😍😍
juliet_swit; Congrats I always pray for you to be honest nmefeel kama ni sister yangu aki I even cried so happy for you guys may God protect the baby …love you guys
just_ivy_; Guuuuyyssssss nooooo 😭😭😭😭 I’M SO HAPPY!! CONGRATULATIONS!!
auntie_jemimah; Oh wow! Congratulations WaJesus family! 😍😍😍
cecesagini; Awe God’s timing ….super super congratulations @millywajesus @kabiwajesus ❤️❤️❤️ you will make beautiful parents 🙏😊
kymo.music; Indeed God is gracious
patience_mueni; I knew you was pregnant from Bangkok time….lemmmi rush we had a bet with someone😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

Kabi Wa Jesus and his wife met while they were both studying at Kenyatta University. They dated from 2014 before getting married in 2017. They jointly run Bantu Films, a media production company, which Peter started after college.

The couple receiving a Groove Award
The couple receiving a Groove Award


The couple’s main areas of business include filming weddings and events, musical videos, documentaries, and personal photography, all which demand teamwork. Their role models are Bonfire Adventures founders Simon and Sarah Kabu.

Simon and Sarah Kabu
Simon presenting his wife Sarah Kabu with a Range Rover on her birthday in 2017

Millie joins gospel musician Kambua as one of the celebs who are pregnant at the moment. Kambua’s tale is inspiring and motivational for women who haven’t had a child despite being married for a long time.

Kambua pregnant
Kambua pregnant

Kambua and her pastor husband had been married for 6 years before she finally got pregnant this year.

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Baby News: Kambua shows off blossoming bump weeks after big reveal

Kambua’s baby bump will give you serious baby fever.

On her social media posts, Gospel musician Kambua has been taking photos to show her beautiful baby belly that has us all wowed by how beautiful she looks.

Here are photos of Kambua in her baby cute baby bump.


Kambua, who announced her pregnancy last month, got married to the love of her life but hasn’t sired children since, leading to numerous questions.

The Gospel musician had admitted in a TV interview to have been bullied on social media for not having children.

One of the comments that she received in 2018 questioned why she could not have children and though she ended up deleting the comment, she had a response saying,

People will have an opinion over everything, over children.

Today I saw a comment and deleted it because this guy commented on my Instagram and he says

‘When are you going to get pregnant, you’re getting old

I remember thinking, the reason why it angers me is because people don’t even know what your journey is like.

They don’t know what you’re struggling with. They don’t know if you even what to have children. 

Well blessings are on her side and she is heavily pregnant with her first child.


Lessons we can learn from Kambua’s successful marriageLessons we can learn from Kambua’s successful marriage




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Super creative tricks Kenyan celebrities use to hide their pregnancy


So Kenyans have over the last two days been treated to exciting baby reveals by Kambua and Diana Marua.

This follows repeated pregnancy rumors that have haunted them for a whilee.

While we are happy and glad to see their glowing baby pictures, there is one thing they all have in common as they try to hide the pregnancy from all of us.

If you take note from Kambu and Diana Marua, they post old photos including selfies that deceive us.

Scroll through their social media feed, and I can assure you there are others who are yet to announce their good news, and continue to fool us with old pics.

The second trick celebrities use is to wear loose fitting clothing leaving unsuspecting fans clueless.

Singer Avril often relied on this trick before she shocked us all with a baby bump reveal photo. She kept it under wraps for months before going public.

While many of them argue that they want to keep the good news from us for as long as possible, their fans argue that the effort is not worth it.

The only downside to that is having to carry random objects to hold in front of their bellies, wearing loose-fitting clothing and even changing the way they work.

Covering bellies with huge handbags and wearing only black is another trick employed by celebs.

They tend to wear peplum tops, with belts, and humongous handbags when they are out and about. Next time you hear rumors, pay attention to these tricks, you just might unearth some good news.

You know those celebrities who have always been so adamant about sharing pictures of their killer bodies? Those female celebrities when pregnant will suddenly begin to post throwback pictures and close up selfies, as they keep away from the public.

What other tricks do you think they use to fool us? Drop your comments below.


Kenyan celebrities celebrate their mothers in touching messages

None can truly say they understand the struggles mothers endure to raise children. And the appreciation of the struggle that it took to raise them is usually heartwarming -so it is rather nice to see Kenyan celebrities take the time to celebrate their mothers. Continue reading “Kenyan celebrities celebrate their mothers in touching messages”

Poleni! Gospel singer Kambua apologizes for her bad behaviour during New Year’s eve show

Kambua Mandundu, commonly known by her first name Kambua, has had a week to forget in terms of audience response.  The celebrated Citizen TV presenter and gospel singer has been criticized by the public for what some term as ungraceful conduct towards her fellow Citizen T.V hosts.

Kambua. photo credit: Kambuamuziki

What did she do exactly? As reported by a cross-section of the Kenyan media earlier, Kambua unceremoniously grabbed a mic from Inooro TV’s Jeff Kuria, who was her co-emcee at the Royal Media Services’ Vuka Mwaka Party held at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru.

Kambua. photo credit: Kambuamuziki

Kambua also rubbed the audience and the public the wrong way after failing to give equal airtime to her co-hosts Jeff Kuria, Enid Moraa and David Oyuke. They are all employees of Royal Media Services.

Kambua. photo credit: Kambuamuziki

As you would expect her lack of etiquette was taken as an affront and she was publicly trolled on social media for it by Kenyans, as shown in the examples below:

kimani_s_w Before your selfishness spoilt the mood. Nkt

jemimmah766 Nyakundi should deal with her…

moramoracha And learn to treat pple well…esp your collegues.

rozymaryandrew Humble yourself apologize to the young man, pride won’t take you anywhere…

lucittawan I like you and I know you inspire many people like myself but only a blind person who won’t notice what you did yesterday we love you but you did wrong to Jeff that’s not your character you should apologize.

Heeding the call, she took to social media and apologized for her shortcomings during the event. The comely beauty said:

“ Well, we are finally back in Nairobi. And yes, I have seen and read all (or most) of your comments. With all the stones being flung my way, I will in no way try to explain anything. So allow me to say this specifically to Jeff Kuria (my colleague at Inooro), and his fans as a whole. For all that may/may not have happened yesterday, I apologise. I’d hate to start this year with any bad blood. I value all of you, even the criticism (good and bad). Happy New Year. K.”

Kambua. photo credit: Kambuamuziki

However, Kambua pulled down the post minutes later, probably due to the pressure mounted on her by irate Kenyans.

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Gospel star Kambua Manundu is the picture of confidence. You would never suspect that she suffered low self esteem over a condition she had no control over.

Kambua has retold her story to help inspire other young girls.


The TV host and award winning star revealed that she did not always have a flawless face.

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She wrote on social media,I had always known beautiful, flawless skin until I hit 16! What? Pimples. One, then two, three, then ten! Like overnight they kept springing up. I was so confused. And so were the people around me. The “wajuaji” told me to stop taking margarine, stop eating chocolate, stop using “that” cream…the list was daunting, and endless????”


“My mom worried because my self esteem quickly took a nose dive. She created home remedies that worked for the most part but didn’t solve the problem because the root cause could not be topically fixed. I was an adolescent. My hormones were in FULL gear and they did not allow me the discretion I yearned for. My hormones announced to all and sundry that yes, my body was changing,” Kambua added.

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I have not known “flawless” skin since. I don’t just “wake up like this”. It takes work! And a glam team sometimes. Lol????. But I have also come into my own, by loving who I am, pimples or not. Given that I take care of myself (eating well, taking lots of water, and using the right skincare regime). I wish that as a 17, 18, year old someone told me that the acne flare up was not my fault- it was not the chocolate etc, it was just hormones,” Kambua explained.

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I wish I knew then that a good dermatologist could bring my acne under control. I wish I knew that there’s so much more to what being a girl is than what she looks like. I’m so glad that Always has a program to keep girls in school whilst educating them about the changes their bodies undergo. I’m sending tonnes of hugs to any teenage girl, any young woman utterly frustrated by the onset of acne. You are not your skin! You are so much more ???” she concluded.