Gospel singer Kambua makes a social media comeback after three months break

Gospel singer Kambua has made a comeback on social media after three months break soon after the untimely demise of their son Malachi Manundu Muthiga Mathu.

Yesterday, she made a comeback saying love had lifted her from a place of deep pain and despair.

She took to all her social media and wrote;

“Love lifts. Love has truly lifted me, from a place of deep pain & despair. The love of God, my keeper… The love of each and everyone of you who cried with me, held me, prayed for me and my family.

I can never thank you enough for walking this journey with us, with all it’s briars and thorns. Every single call, text, gift, visit, prayer, has all worked together to steadily lift and set me on a path to healing. I thank you! I love you all SO much🤎.”

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She further said that she was blessed with two adorable boys; one who’s giving her the best cuddles, and another in heaven.

“I am so blessed to be a mother of two adorable boys; one who’s here giving me the best cuddles, and another in heaven, who I’ll one day hold again. Jesus and I are going to have to co-parent on this one. As for my broken heart, I know that someday I will meet Jesus, and it will be made whole.

In all things, I am a conqueror, because I have a Shepherd who leads me in paths of righteousness and valleys all the same. A comforter who’s comfortable with pain, who knows the way that I take. When he has tested me I shall come forth as gold. I now know without a doubt that God’s light is the brightest in the dark…Also, I’ve been working on something, and I’m ready to share it with you 🙏🏾” said Kambua.

Kambua will be dropping a song called ‘Shukrani’.

‘Shukrani was birthed out of great pain,’ Kambua speaks about her new song

Gospel singer Kambua has released a thanksgiving song ‘Shukrani’.

The song speaks about the singers strong belief in God despite the tough times she has gone through over the past few months.

Kambua lost her second born child in February.

Despite the pain she was undergoing, Kambua is strong.

After releasing her song, Kambua wrote;

“Our tears fall freely because our hearts are broken beyond words. But our faith and hope remain unshaken because we have trust in a dependable God. A good Father.”

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According to Kambua, the music, which dropped on YouTube yesterday evening comes from a place of sorrow and gratitude.

“Shukrani is a song birthed out of great pain and deep gratitude. Knowing that both can coexist- our current struggles and the acknowledgement that God remains good for all He has done. God promises to comfort and be with us even in the valley of sorrow. So as he comforts and lifts me, may He do the same for you. He is out great and exceeding compensation! A good, good father,” she wrote.

Before the song was released, she took too all her social media pages to thank all her fans for standing by her in prayers.

It is not about bedroom prowess! Kambua shares things you should never tell a couple struggling with infertility

Singer Kambua is a true testimony that God answers prayers.

After seven years of waiting for a baby, God finally answered her prayers and last year she welcomed a baby boy, Nate.

One year later, she is expecting her second born child.

After being ridiculed and mocked for being childless, Kambua has been talking to various platforms encouraging couples who are in the same condition as her.

According to Kambua, it has not been an easy journey as some of the people in the society do not understand that it can happen to anyone.

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In a recent interview with ‘The waiting womb’, Kambua said that she dropped some friends after she realised that they were always talking about children in her presence.

Well, Kambua took to her Instagram page to explain some of the things the society need to shun from telling a couple that is struggling with infertility.

One of the things she highlighted is about being a pro in bed.

Check out the long post;

“Over the last few weeks I’ve had conversations with different groups of women. Some of the ones that resonated most with me are @thewaitingroom_journey (Sydney, Australia), and @waitingwombstrust (you can catch this on YouTube).
Having walked the long, painful, sometimes lonely journey of infertility, I would like to share with you some things that women like me would like you to know. Today I’ll share the ‘What NOT to say’ to a person or couple struggling with infertility. You’re welcome to add onto this, as I obviously won’t be able to cover everything.”


Here is the list of what to avoid;

“🚩STOP asking people when they’re going to have children/ why they’re taking so long

🚩If they have already have a child, STOP asking when they will have another. (Secondary infertility exists)

🚩Weight gain is not an invitation to talk about whether or not someone is pregnant

🚩By all means, invite us to your baby showers. STOP walking on eggshells around us

🚩 DON’T make suggestions/give advice on what to do “Just do IVF… Just Adopt”, etc, unless your opinion has been sought.

🚩 Miscarriage & infant loss is a deep, deep form of heartbreak. Avoid saying things like, “God loved them more”… “It was God’s will”… “You’ll get another one”. Sometimes, silence is really golden.

🚩 DON’T minimize the issue. Listen. Sympathise. Listen.

🚩STOP telling men that they score blanks, or telling women to up their game. It’s not about sexual prowess!

🚩 DON’T compare people’s journeys. “So and so also had blocked tubes, PCOS, Endo”, etc. Everyone’s journey is unique and different
I’ll leave it at that for today. Sending all my sisters in the wait, love and light ✨✨✨”

See God! Celebrities joins Kambua in celebrating her second pregnancy news

Singer Kambua is expecting her second-born child.

The presenter shared the good news on her Instagram yesterday saying;

“God of Sarah… God of Hannah…God of KAMBUA! 😭 Just when I thought you had done too much…! YOU did it again!”

Kambua has been childless for seven years after her wedding. She welcomed her miracle child Nathaniel Muhoro in August last year.

Sharing the great news, her husband Mathu reposted Kambua’s post, accompanied by heart emoji,

“My Testimony song by Marvin Sapp and a quote from the book of Isaiah.

The smallest family will grow to a thousand. The least important of you will become a powerful nation. I am the Lord, and when it is time, I will make these things happen quickly (Isaiah 68:22).”

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Kambua posing with her baby bump

Well, other celebrities came out to congratulate Kambua on her bundle of joy;

Check out some of the congratulatory messages.

Grace Msalame: And she shares the Amazing news🤗🤗🤗Ari ri ri ri🤗💛Congratulations again Mama Twins😉We love you💛”

Sheila Mwanyigha: God is amazin

Rev Kathy Kiuna: Awwwwwww so beautiful. This God is too much . He’s a great God. Congratulations darling

Kate Actress; OMG baaaaabe CONGRATULATIONS 😭😭😭😭❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🙏

Faith Muturi; Congratulations hun! Isn’t God amazing

Statehouse spokesperson Kanze Dena also penned a touching message to the gospel artiste, which read;

“Kila siku ….kila saa..Mungu umwaminifu…umemwandalia meza @kambuamuziki machoni mwa watesi wake na ukampaka mafuta..hakika wema nazo Fadhili zitamfuata dada na uzao wake siku zote za maisha yao.! JEHOVAH BABA MUNGU.”

Double blessing! Singer Kambua pregnant with her second born child

Gospel singer Kambua Mathu is pregnant with baby number two.

Kambua shared her blessing with her fans on Instagram.

Kambua has been childless for seven and she suffered ridicules for being childless yet married for a long time.

She welcomed her firstborn child Nate in August last year.

Now, God has blessed her with a second child a year after.

Kambua took to her Insta stories to announce her miracle yesterday.

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“I don’t see myself sleeping tonight. I’ve received such great news. God keeps blowing my mind. Ah!” she wrote.
She wrote on her Instagram,

“God of Sarah… God of Hannah…God of KAMBUA! 😭 Just when I thought you had done too much…! YOU did it again! 🤰🏾✨✨”
In one of her photos, Kambua wrote;

“The more I trust Him, the more He amazes me ✨✨✨. Is anything too hard for God? … Be still and know… 💛”

Check out the photos of Kambua’s baby bump.


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Kamba Love: Female Kamba celebrities driving men crazy with their charm

Have you seen these Kamba dolls who have been giving men sleepless nights with their beauty and brains?You look at some them wonder how they do it.

There’s something people love to say that Kamba women are multi-talented and when it comes to bedroom matters, they don’t disappoint.

Now that’s something people say all the time but is there any proof? Yes there is and its in this photos

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Kambua/ Instagram

Well, we have celebrities like Kambua, who has been married for a couple of years, but men still drool upon seeing her. She’s a petite media personality and a really bright and soft spoken at the same time.


Betty Kyallo

Betty Kyallo is not one to be left behind. In as much as she has been linked to controversies left, right and center, she is among the most successful and beautiful Kamba dolls in the 254.

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Kush Tracey

Kush Tracey recently revealed that she has accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior.

She said,

It has been a longtime coming,I always fought with my inRedykulassner spirit every time I was doing secular music,but as I always say #GodAboveAll🙌 I have given my life to Christ today and ready to embark on the journey to fulfill my divine destiny,my anointing,my praise,my worship will never be paralyzed by the devil again,well y’all know the fear of God is the beginning of all wisdom to God be the glory AMEN😇

Well, she was beautiful when she was a secular artiste and she’s equally beautiful now that she’s saved. In case you didn’t know, her real name is Teresia Ndoti Wambua.

Kush Tracey


Lillian Muli

Lillian Muli is definitely a force to reckon with and has made sure that y’all realize she’s good at what she does.

She has been in the media industry for years and as time goes by, she has learned how to block noise from her haters. She’s one Kamba doll who says things as they are whether you like it or not.



Olive Burrows

Olive Burrows, one of the most talked about news anchors is a sight to behold. Many people have questioned her race but one thing you should know, she’s a Kamba doll too.

Olive is an only child, born to a Kamba mother, who passed away and a Kenyan father whose father is British and mother is Tanzanian. Heeee, this explains why she looks amazing; this is indeed good genes.


Saumu Mbuvi

Saumu Mbuvi, daughter to Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, is not a stranger in these streets. She has made headlines both good and bad but that has never stopped her from doing her thing.

In 2016, she made her parents proud after she graduated from JKUAT. This Kamba doll is smart and beautiful, best believe that.

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‘I am protective of my son because the society is insensitive,’ Kambua reveals why she hides her son

Gospel singer Kambua was childless for seven years after she got married to her husband Jackson Mathu.

The couple had their wedding in 2012. Throughout her waiting journey Kambua says she has learnt to be patient and to only trust in God.

She faced alot of stigmatisation as some people could not understand her journey.

While some thought she was willingly living without a child, Kambua in a recent YouTube interview ‘Waiting Womb Trust’ she says she was broken by how the society was judgemental to her.

Even after she welcomed her now one year old son Nate, Kambua says she is still struggling to heal.

For that reason, she says she has sought to keep her son away from social media.

She says that she even decided to stay away from some spaces as she still feels she doesn’t deserve to address them.

“I had been labeled a barren woman. I would wake up to a tweet like, ‘Utazaa lini’ I would post a photo and people’s comments would make me feel I am not worthy,” she said.

“I wish we would be more sensitive with one another. I pulled away from a group I really loved because they always talked about children.”

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Kambua with Nate
Kambua with Nate

“I am also very protective of my son because of what I went through and I want him to grow and decide, I want an instagram page.

“I felt lemmi just raise my son away from that glare away from people who would say whatever they wanted anytime. I am still on a journey to healing.

The mother of one thanked her husband for shielding her from some things that were said about them.

“My husband always told me, Kambua you are enough for me even if you don’t get children and it settled in my mind and my spirit.”
I appreciate my mother in love because when people were saying all sought of things, relatives friends, not even once did she ever ask when I was going to have kids. I remember at the dinner table her and dad would pray and thank God saying one day we will have grandchildren in this table but never did she put that pressure on me. That was a safe space for me,” she said.

Kambua with Jackson Mathu
Kambua with Jackson Mathu, her husband


Birthday loading! Kambua celebrates her son as he turns 11 months

Gospel singer Kambua is a happy mum after her son turned 11 months today.

The mother of one shared a sneak pic of her son’s chunky legs and captioned it,

“My chunky legs turns 11 months today 🎉 God’s been so good to us. So good! 💝👶🏾

The mother of one has been documenting the journey of her miracle baby since the day she unveiled her pregnancy last year.

In previous posts, Kambua says her baby is a miracle.

The mother of one had been childless for over seven years of her marriage.

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She explained how grateful she is through an Instagram post.

“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),” she wrote.

“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 pregnant
Kambua pregnant

She encouraged those who are childless to remain calm.

“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,” she wrote.

Kambua explained how she was constantly asked when she will get a child.

“The reason it angers me is that people don’t even know what your journey is like. They don’t know what you’re struggling with,” she said.

“They don’t know if you even want to have children. They don’t know if you can have children and there are so many people, especially today, who are struggling with infertility. It’s so unfortunate that we become such a culture of being so intrusive and putting people down.”


Kambua to Rubadiri : Female celebrities whose natural hair is GOALS – List

Gone are the days when rocking natural hair was frowned upon, more and more women are embracing natural hair not only in Kenya but worldwide.

Below are  women who have managed to keep their hair natural.

  1. Kambua

Gospel artiste and TV host Kambua is among Kenyan female celebrities who have rocked natural hair for the longest time.

Once in a while, she does rock braids but her hair is still natural.


2. Wendy Kimani

Kenyan artiste Wendy Kimani has her hair all-natural and no it is not short, brittle and shrunk. It’s very healthy.

It adds some beauty to her already melanin skin tone.


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3. Maureen Kunga

Maureen is a member of Kenyan music group Elani, she has for the longest time rocked natural hair which proves a woman does not have to rock weaves to look good.


4. Jane Ngoiri

Jane Ngoiri is NTV’s Kiswahili news anchor and reporter. Jane Ngoiri has successfully managed to always wear her natural bob hair with much ease.

She not only looks stunning but also beautiful with that natural look.

Jane Ngoiri

6.  Victoria Rubadiri

The ever bubbly Citizen news anchor not only does an excellent job at anchoring, but she also likes to wear her natural crown once in a while.

This makes her glow more as we get to see her origins as an African lady.


7. Chiki Kuruka

The sassy lady is one to admire as she has on most occasions wore her natural hair and mahn! Is she breaking boundaries with this sassy look.


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8. Esther Chebet (Real Housewives of Kawangware)

Esther Chebet is a Kenyan actress and is among celebrities who rock natural hair year in year out.

Esther Chebet

9. Femi One

The Kenyan female artiste loves her hair all-natural, the only thing she adds is a bit of colour.

Femi One

10. Olive Karmen

She came to stardom during her first appearance of ‘Blaze Be Your Own Boss’.



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Father’s day in heaven! Kenyan celebs who won’t be celebrating fathers day with their dads

As the world celebrates fathers day we take a look at celebrities who have lost their dads in the past years.

These celebrities will not have the pleasure of having their dads with them on this great day.

1. Kambua

Gospel singer Kambua Mathu lost her dad, Professor Manundu in 2014.

kambua and her dad

Professor Manundu was the owner of Tabibu Cures International and had a weekly Sunday morning show on NTV which he used to give health advice.

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2. Daddy Owen

Owens father passed away after a sudden cardiac arrest in October 2017.

News about Mzee Mwatia’s death was first shared by singer Daddy Owen, through a statement sent to close friends and relatives.

‘I pray this finds you well, it’s with sadness to inform you that we lost our dad on Saturday night due to a sudden cardiac arrest at our rural home.


It is, therefore, my honor to invite you to a thanksgiving service this Thursday, 12th Oct at the NPC Valley RD 5-7PM.

Keep us in your,’’ read Daddy Owen’s statement. 

3. Timeless Noel

Citizen Television presenter Timeless Noel lost his father months ago at a Kisumu hospital.

Until his death, Mr Noel’s father had been in a coma and admitted at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

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Timeless Noel
Timeless Noel and his late dad

4. DJ Kalonje

The celebrated spinmaster lost his father following a long illness .

The Kenyan Mix Masters Entertainment’s DJ eulogised his father as an astute man who taught him valuable lessons in life.

“Dear dad, I just want to thank you for everything, you raised us on one principle, love is the answer.

It’s with disbelief and sorry I say goodbye to you. May you rest well. I will take care of Mum for you. Till we meet again,” his post read.

DK Kalonje and his late dad
DK Kalonje and his late dad

5. Sonko

Nairobi governor Mike Sonko lost his dad in 2015 after a longillness.

Sonko had earlier asked Kenyans to pray for his dad before his untimely death.

GOD heal my Dad and all the patients admitted in different hospitals countrywide in the mighty name of JESUS,” Mike Sonko shared earlier.

sonko father post

Not long after that he shared news of his father’s death.

“Dear Kenyans and watu wangu nyote in general I thank each and everyone of you for your prayers during my Dad’s sickness.

We all loved him but GOD loved him more than us. Mzee has just left us.”

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Blessings galore: Njugush left in tears over Kambua’s pregnancy

The news of Kambua’s pregnancy has been celebrated by many. Even her husband Jackson Mathu was not shy to flaunt his excitement.

Here is his message to the love of his life.


Jackson Mathu's message to Kambua
Jackson Mathu’s message to Kambua

Here are encouragement messages from her fans and celebrity pals.

alicekamande: Ooh dear! 😭😭 God is amazing. He surely is amazing. In his time , he makes all things beautiful. He is not a man that he should lie. Looking so lovely siz 😍

sowairina: Look at the Gorgeous Mama🧡Congratulations once again Sweety😘

blessednjugush: Congratulations. 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭bless you.

aminaabdirabar: This is such wonderful news!! Congratulations 🎉🎈

Congratulations: Kambua unveils cutest baby bump


revkathykiuna: Aririririririririririririririririri with the loudest voice. Jehovah reigns. He alone is worthy of praise. Ewooooooooo. I’m jumping right

ciikuwasoxxy: In His time, he makes everything beautiful. And look at you.. Congratulations mummy!!

jackyvike: 😫😫😫 Gorgeous!!! Welcome to Motherhood Hun, sooo happy for you ❤️❤️❤️😘

alekyemumo: See God… aaaha 🥳🥳🥳 Mwiyai ataiwe. Congratulations 🎉🎉🎉🎉

caroline.mutoko: Yaaasssss!! ❤❤❤❤💃💃💃💃

lilmuli: Yay….congratulations beautiful I’m so Happy for you

truthslinger:Congratulations Kambua. Eish. Unakaa vibesht sana.

judymuriithi: Chills!! I can’t recall being so happy for someone I have never met. This feels so personal 😩. Congratulations Kambua. Godspeed to you and your growing family ❤️

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Congratulations: Kambua unveils cutest baby bump


Kambua is pregnant and ready to share the news with the world. Rumors of her pregnancy have been on the internet the last couple of months

The TV star has now unveiled a baby bump putting to rest those pregnancy rumors.

Back in 2018, Kambua admitted in a Tv interview that she has frequently been asked why she is yet to get children six years since she was married to Jackson Mathu.

“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. They don’t know if you can have children and there are so many people especially today who are struggling with infertility. It so unfortunate that we become such a culture of being so intrusive and putting people down. Shamming each other on things like that. I would wish that people would be sensitized. I have people who are close to me who might not be at the fore front like I am but who go through that every day.”

‘Koma nesa’ Kambua mourns her grandmother praises her for her grace

Kambua lays her grand mother to rest today.

According to Kambua, her late grandma was the reason their family has a lineage of grace due to her evangelism.

She wrote

This is my grandmother, Anna Mutheu Nguku Mbinda. On 15/04/2019 her golden heart stopped beating, and today we lay her to rest.

Sūsū was one of the greatest evangelists I have known.

She’d travel far and wide telling people about Jesus. She never learned how to read, or write, but she knew her Bible by heart.

Kambua with her grandma
Kambua with her grandma

She in turn raised and Evangelist, who raised me. We owe her this powerful lineage of grace.

I will miss this smile, and sparkling eyes. I will miss her voice, the warmth of her hands.Koma nesa sūsū wakwa.

You fought the good fight. You finished the race. Now rest, our beloved. Till we meet at the feet of Jesus, whom you gave your entire life🖤.

Kambua lost her dad Professor Manundu, who used to host a health show on NTV every Sunday morning dubbed Walk in Divine Health in 2014.

He was the proprietor of Manundu Herbal clinics.

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In the past Kambua had shared a touching tribute to her late dad

3 years my Daddy, three years since God called you home. On a day like this in 2014 I was rubbing your feet and your hands, wondering why they were getting so cold.

I didn’t understand that you were slowly transitioning from this side of life.

No one will ever understand the gap you left in my life. I see bits and pieces of you in our family. Mummy is such a strong woman.

kambua and professor

You really got heaven’s best. Babu and Ndzomo, I would never trade for anything and their babies are a replica of the man you were.

I hope I make you proud with the choices I make and the accolades I earn. I hope in some way I carry your legacy with the honor you truly deserve.

Sleep on my daddy. In a little while Tutaonana tena. 09/04/2017.

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‘God saved me’ Kambua narrates how an accident almost killed her

Looking at Kambua it would be hard to imagine that growing up her body was full of scars after she fell into a basin full of hot water while aged three.

Speaking on Maisha Magic’s Story Yangu programme, the singer confessed the incident almost took away her life.

I got burnt so bad,I had 3rd degree burns. For three months I was admitted in hospital with third-degree burns. The doctors despaired…there was little hope for me.

But God still had a plan for my life. God saved me from the sting of death, and in spite of what the doctors feared, I began my slow but steady journey to recovery.

Due to the damage caused on my skin by the burns, the doctors suggested that my family take me for plastic surgery, but before a decision could be made, the great physician, Jehovah Rapha, continued to restore me.

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She adds

It got to a point where the doctors said there probably would be no use for plastic surgery because it seemed that I was recovering speedily and better than they had expected.

I am now alive with only scars to show that I went through the valley of the shadow of death.

She goes on to add that the scars she developed made her feel ugly and very conscious of people staring at her.

Growing up I was very conscious of my scars, and what people thought of them. I worked hard to conceal them and would never expose myself publicly (for instance during swimming).

I felt ugly, and always endeavoured to protect myself from curious stares.

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3 times Kambua’s hairstyles have inspired naturalista’s

Apart from her good looks, Kambua is also known for her good hair. Incase you didn’t know who naturalista’s are, they are people who grow out their natural hair and Kambua is one of them.

Now, natural hair is not easy to maintain as naturalista’s easily get tired and tend to straighten it using chemicals.

Kambua with the good hair has always loved to style her natural hair and we can’t just have enough of it. Here are her different hair styles that should inspire you to continue with your natural hair journey and look glam.

1. Up do


This is just a simple look that doesnt need alot of work. If your hair is not long enough to have such a puff at the top you could buy an extension to complete.

2. TWA( Tiny Winy Afro)



How cute is she in that tiny afro. Now you probably have that kinda afro and you dont know how to style it. Here is an inspiration of how you could stand out in your tiny winy afro.

3. Push back



Another easy and common hair style that can take you for weeks without having a bad hair day. Who wouldn’t want that. You don’t even need to visit a hair stylist. You can just do it from the comfort of your house.


‘This year hit me with so many unexpected challenges Kambua pens as she celebrates her birthday

Gospel artiste Kambua is counting her blessings after she turned an year old ,celebrating herself she penned about how 2018 has had challenges.

She wrote

“Who’s birthday is it?? MINE MINE MINE! I have to say, this year hit me with so many unexpected challenges- I honestly didn’t think I would be strong enough to endure it, but I DID! Praise God💃🏽. I am so grateful to everyone who held me up this year. Everyone who prayed for me, sent me a word of encouragement, boldly stood by and for me, THANK YOU🙏🏽. Thank you for speaking victory into my life. 2018 has been one of the hardest adult years of my life, but I am thankful for GRACE. I’m now walking into a NEW year boldly, unafraid, older, stronger, fly-er😉, Thirty-favored, and just madly in love with Jesus my ROCK. Happy birthday to me! 🎉🎀”

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Kambua. photo credit: Kambuamuziki

She also took the time to thank those who wished her a happy birthday ,sent her gifts or participated in one way or the other.

“I would like to say THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart. My day turned out so different than what I’d anticipated. I have eaten cake, received more flowers than the vases I own, gifts that have warmed my heart, messages that have left me in 😭, texts and calls that made me laugh😂 (non singing friends who belted out a tune for me lol), I have received hugs, prayers, just THANK YOU from the deepest part of my heart. I’m so blessed to see a new year and I’m exhaling as I enter into this new season. I love you all so much. I probably don’t say it often enough. Thank you for doing this journey called life with me. Ok, thanks for listening to my TED talk💁🏽‍♀️. And Jesus- thank you. Thank you 🎀🎉”

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‘I’m writing this for every woman who carried a baby to term, pushed and gave birth to a baby who didn’t cry’Read Kambua’s full message for every woman who has had a miscarriage

Gospel artiste Kambua is vocal when it comes to defending people who have been oppressed and shunned by the society especially women .

It is no different this time round after she took to her social media to write an encouragement message to women who have gone through a miscarriage.

She says

“This post is a few weeks overdue, but here goes: October is pregnancy and Infant loss month. We tend to forget this special group of women who have undergone the pain of a miscarriage, or the pain of losing an infant. So I’m writing this post for the woman who has undergone the excitement of discovering she’s pregnant, and then the heartbreak of being told she no longer is. I’m writing this for the woman who had no idea that she was pregnant, but after a crisis, being told that she was, and miscarried. I’m writing this also for the woman who knowingly (for whatever reason) decided to terminate a pregnancy and has to live with the pain of regret (God doesn’t condemn you).

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I am also writing this for every woman who carried a baby to term, pushed, pushed, pushed… and gave birth to a baby who didn’t cry, but only lay still. And finally I’m writing this for the woman who held a baby in her arms, suckled them, cuddled them, but still they didn’t stay🤰🏾🤱🏾💔. If you know someone who’s gone through this kind of loss, hug them, text them, call them, buy them flowers, take them out for tea, or just sit and cry with them. And if you are any of these women here, just drop me a💗. You are seen, and you are deeply, deeply loved.💐”

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Below are some of the reactions from her fans after reading the message

mercienyawira_twitch:God bless you Kambua I have been with a friend who’s suffered a miscarriage and the pain is too much..I pray for all women who’ve had to experience such women to find healing and also for those who condemn such women to get enlightened and other than condemning be there to support in the healing journey..❤️❤️

silaton_davies:My Love and support to you all


mariahkibs:Wooow,,been there n it hurts..let’s pray for all these women

 alexandra_mureithi:Your time is coming.. in Jesus name. Amen

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‘Sasa kuna vacancy PwC ‘ Kambua agitated by insensitive Kenyans

Kambua has called out some Kenyans for being insensitive. Last week, a senior manager of PwC kenya died from his injuries when he fell from the 17th floors at Delta Towers.

The PwC Country Senior Partner in Kenya, said in a statement, “We had a very unfortunate and tragic incident at our offices this morning which resulted in the death of Stephen Mumbo, a Manager in our Business Recovery Services unit.

“Steve was a valuable member of our team in Business Recovery Services and one of the longest serving members of that team. Steve was a very calm person, a good listener and never raised his voice. He was dependable and a mentor to many.

 I would like to reinforce that Steve’s work involved administrations and receiverships, supporting clients through negotiations and trying to turn around companies in distress. He was a very valuable member of our team.”

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He continued,

“We are deeply saddened and shocked by Steve’s death. As you can imagine, this is a very difficult challenge to come to terms with. On behalf of the partners and staff of PwC Kenya, I would like to express the shock and sadness that we feel, which is difficult to express in words right now. Our hearts and prayers are with his family, friends. We will support Steve’s family however we can.

At this time, we cannot comment directly on the circumstances surrounding Steve’s death. I hope that our friends and clients understand that for now, investigations are ongoing by the relevant authorities. They have come to our offices today and we are working closely with them.

In the meantime, we are also working with trained counsellors who are offering support to our PwC people. It is very important at this shocking time, to provide our people with trained professionals who can help us to work through the shock and emotions that we all feel. Counselling is only the beginning.”

Below are some of the insensitive comments people made about the death something that agitated Kambua



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