‘Naamini ndoto zangu’ Rashid Badalla gushes over sweet moment with daughter

Rashid Abdalla is a father of three who is clearly smitten, sharing a number of social media posts about his feelings for his family.

The Citizen TV presenter took to Instagram to share a snap of their baby girl Kiran.

He wrote saying

Kupitia kwako mwanangu nimejifunza KUPENDA na kujua nini maana halisi ya MAPENZI. Nashukuru Mungu kwa uwepo wako kwani kupitia kwako nathamini MAPUNGUFU yangu na naamini NDOTO zangu.

One follower wambui914. congratulated him saying …Wow. So lovely and Adorable

We are treated to rare pictures of their children and luckily for us this is one such moment.

The celebrity couple kept the birth of their third child secret for some time, perhaps to spend undisturbed time with their new born before telling fans on social media.

The first time Rashid shared a picture he broke his silence with sweet words for wife LouLou gushing over her for being an amazing mom.

loulouhassanJust ask any Kenyan woman about birthing, it is not easy.

But having a husband who supports you through the process and truly appreciates all of your sacrifices makes all the changes you’ve gone through totally worth it. So huge props to Rashid for sharing such thoughtful and heartfelt words not just for his incredibly strong wife, but for others to see.

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Loulou Hassan blissfully happy as she toasts ten year anniversary


Citizen TV anchors LouLou Hassan and Rashid Abdalla are honoring their ten year wedding anniversary in a special way.

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Loulou shared an intimate photo of their hands, showing off their bling.

She wrote an emotional message that read

Thank you for always being my rainbow after a storm.



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Thank you for always being my rainbow after a storm. #10yearsstrong #HappyAnniversary

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Mipango yangu yote ya kando ni wakikuyu, Sonko confesses

Lulu Hassan met Rashid back when he was working at QTV, and another radio station.

He’d heard her voice on Radio, and he was eager to meet her in person. This was just after Lulu Hassan lost her mother, and he was there for her through her grief.

“When I remembered my mother I would cry a lot and Rashid was always there to offer me a shoulder to lean on. With time I grew so close to him. The rest is history,”