‘I might never give my husband a child’ Janet Mbugua’s sister in law on battling fibroids and miscarriages

Tabitha Ndichu, sister -in -law to Janet Mbugua has opened up about her journey with fibroids and the challenges she has gone through.

Tabby is the founder of My Red Is Beautiful ke and also an advocate for women living with fibroids.

Speaking during Unscripted with Grace Msalame, Tabitha said

‘In 2016 September we had just come from our honeymoon and its then that the symptoms started.

I was having heavy bleeding and very painful cramps.

It sucked because from painful s3x to not being able to enjoy my experience as a new bride it crippled my life for me and my husband.

I used to have a 5 day period but when it went to 10 then 14 days I knew there was a problem.

It reached a point I couldn’t sleep. I couldn’t eat and I had to ask for more off days when my menses came.

Tabitha Ndichu alias Tabby
Tabitha Ndichu alias Tabby

Tabitha adds

In 2017 February I had gone back to lose some weight to balance my hormones and try looking for a baby, I started feeling dizzy.

My trainer suggested I take some water but after that I couldn’t move, he had to let me go home.

After that I was diagnosed with Anemia.You always look pregnant and people would constantly ask whether I was pregnant.

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Tabitha adds that she really wants to give her husband a child

I would do anything to be able to give him that baby but I cannot do it.

I always see how much he loves kids.

Something I am yet to come to terms with is the fact that I might never be able to give my husband a child.

I have been to surgery three times and every time I would go home to recover I would get into depression.

I am tired of the pity party. I am tired of being angry at everyone. One day I even asked God to just let me not wake up.

Tabitha Njambi
Tabitha Njambi

Tabby went on to add that in March this year she had been pregnant but sadly the pregnancy did not go to term.

‘Not many people know this but in March this year I was pregnant and that gave me some hope.

We kept the news between my husband and I.

That means I can get pregnant because there was a heartbeat, the issue is carrying the pregnancy to term.

Tabitha has symptomatic fibroids meaning that they have grown inside the uterine cavity meaning when the child is trying to grow the fibroids compete for nutrients hence miscarriages.

I have been pregnant twice the last two years.There are so many misconceptions on fibroids and people need to be educated.

I have missed so many events because I do not leave my house the first five days of my period. People sometimes feel like you are intentionally doing it.

I pray and hope that one day they will understand, it’s the only thing I can do.

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 She adds

I came from the doctors office and the doctor told me that there were three gestational sacks but they were empty.

My pregnancies turned positive and my HCG levels kept rising but there was nothing.

I was angry, frustrated and confused. I asked God why he would give me the kids then take them away on Mother’s day last year I lost them.

I went into depression.

Tabby Ndichu
Tabby Ndichu

Tabitha confesses that at some point she has questioned God

I was very angry at God especially after my first miscarriage. I could not understand how he could let me go through this.

On how she keeps strong Tabby says that it’s by God’s grace

‘God’s grace has been sufficient. My family and my husband have been very supportive.

I have also decided to create the life I would want for myself. Each day I wake up I stand by a mirror and proclaim all the things I can and will do.

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Real House Helps of Kawangware actress Njambi pregnant (See Details)

Celebrated real house helps of Kawangware actress Njeri Gachomba alias Njambi is expectant with her second child.

She already has a daughter.

Jambi was spotted around Archives, in the CBD, looking all shades of awesome with a baby bump.

She was wearing a blue stripped dress and black dolly shoes.

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Recently Njambi shared a post on how she suffered a miscarriage adding that she was not ready to talk about it yet.

Sharing the photo below she wrote

I might not be ready to talk about it but I still remember…… Goodmorning

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Njambi has in the past talked about battling depression. According to her the one reason she never went through with it is because of her daughter.

Taking to Instagram, Njambi shared a photo of her on a day when she lost every thing she called hers.

I remember when I took this photo, this was the day I lost everything I’ve ever worked for.

 I had sat on the stairs as they took everything from my house.

My mum was so stressed and my brother @kenyan_twist as usual was cheering me up.

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She adds

I remember he was telling me about how I was used to having my own bathroom in my bedroom sasa na Rudi kutumia choo na kila mtu 🤣🤣(my brother though).

Njambi

I felt like my life was ending I mean I just got up now am being put down again.

I remember Tam came back from school and she was shocked, “haukuniambia tunahama” she said.

She was asking where our things are especially her toys 😂😂😂typical….. 

Njambi goes on to open up about how she has battled with depression

Anyway, It wasn’t supposed to be a long post but anyways since am half way……

Can I just say something about depression and how sad it is that young people are ending their lives because of love, money and jobs.

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Njeri Gachomba alias Njambi or real house helps of Kawangware

Adding that

I tell people life is never that serious, you loose some you gain some ..

I’ve been depressed since I was 15yrs I had family drama, I had self esteem, I felt unloved, unwanted, I felt like I meant nothing to anyone.

Njambi with her daughter

I’ve tried it all taking pills, countless times I’ve tried to commit suicide, I’ve wanted to jump off my balcony a million times.

I’ve scars coz I used to cut myself….

But every time I try shit, there comes Tamara complaining about something I said I’ll do and I didn’t.

She goes on to add

If you ever feel depressed and you feel like you want to end your life please find a purpose, every one has a purpose for living.

I think the reason am still alive am still surviving is because of someone somewhere who is going through a lot and has no one to talk to, my DM is always open.

In conclusion Njambi states that she does not understand why she finds pleasure in pain.

I understand, I know how it feels to be worthless, to have self esteem, to feel unloved I know.

I am where you’re…. I get tattoos or piercings just to numb my pain…

 I don’t know why I find pleasure and comfort in pain….. And to friends please check up on your person.

She also advises Kenyans on how to identify a depressed person.

We depressed people don’t know how to talk, how to talk about our problems .

We might look alright but deep down we’re dying. I know I smile alot, I joke alot but when I am alone, I am empty.

Plus, depression is making me so fat 🙊🙊

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‘I miscarried after my ex husband threw me down the stairs’ Tonto Dikeh

Tonto Dikeh has said that her ex husband Olakunle Churchil never paid for anything during their wedding, and that their marriage was full of lies.

This she shared thought her You Tube channel because she wants to clear the air.

She says from the beginning there were red flags that she did not notice, as they didn’t live together at the time.

A lot of people said I was desperate for paying for my wedding.What they do not know is that I was living in Nigeria and he lived in Ghana.

When we were planning our wedding, he kept telling me to go ahead and spend, he would pay me back.

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Tonto Dike With Husband Olakunle Churchill
Tonto Dike With ex Husband Olakunle Churchill

I have documents that showed that he gave me 1.7 million and out of that his family had contributed 1 million Naira.

My friends boyfriend paid for the hotel that my husband made love to me in.

Before our wedding I flew my husband from Ghana and I even paid for the drinks on our wedding day.

She adds

I asked for the money when we got married because I knew I wanted to leave him. He payed me 10 million Naira as a cover for all the things I did.

He did not spend a dime even for food. I was pregnant for this man and what was I to do given that he had promised to reimburse my cash.

I do not want to break down but right now like I did before but right now I am a tiger but I feel bad, used and I am the biggest scam Churchil ever made.

I never wanted to have a child so I was not using the child to trap him.

I had mommy issues so I was scared of losing myself until I met a man who beat me, lied to me, to get what he wanted.

She adds

I even lost a pregnancy after he pushed me down the stairs. People would ask why I did not leave what they do not know is that it is not easy to walk away.

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‘God! I died some more’ King Kaka’s fiancée narrates how she lost her child

King Kaka’s fiancée,  Nana Owiti, has narrated her own miscarriage story. The now mother of two, explained how she received the news of the death of her unborn baby on 1st of April.

….the Sonographer calls another Sonographer and I hear. ‘Hakuna!’ Did I mention before that nimekunywishwa Maji mbaya sana coz the pregnancy is kidogo waezi Ona If the bladder is not full…Anyway I ask ‘Hakuna nini?’ the first Sonographer says ‘Hakuna heartbeat’… Yaani Hakuna siku ilifeel April fools Kama hii siku(notice the day)…

Adding that:

…she’s been walking around with a dead baby for weeks!!!!!’
God! I died some more…We were taken to the ER and before medical evacuation was performed I gathered enough courage and asked why?…

King Kaka

 

But Nana and King Kaka have since trusted God and picked up the pieces.

Here is her long read alert.

“Miscarriage can be such a devastating journey to walk through as a mother. There are many symptoms and causes of Miscarriage and infant loss which we shall discuss.. I will share mostly what I’ve been through or what I’ve seen first hand..Have I been through a Miscarriage?Oh yes! I have..Mnapenda story sana so here goes 😊
It’s Feb 2014. Beautiful morning. I take a test and oh! It’s positive. King said he wanted mtoi amuite ‘Daddy Gugugugu’ Now if you have been an ardent fan of King Kaka in his Rabbit days you will know that is an excerpt from his song-Twende. He meant every word. He wanted a baby-I grew into that idea. So yeah! We didn’t talk about baby names by the way. King has started calling me Mama Gweth long before we planned on having a baby. Said it’s a unisex name. I tell him no need of starting clinic mapema so we good.. First forward to the 1st of April 2014..I go the the washroom and get a blood stain. Kwani google ni ya kazi gani. Very fast I google and somewhere hapo napata ooh! Sijui implantation bleeding. Aaai! The math didn’t make up for implantation building but I choose to just hold onto the that as I freshen up and we head to the hosi. I tell the doc my LMP(Last Menstrual Period) and of course! The stain. He asks us to do a Scan.. the Sonographer calls another Sonographer and I hear. ‘Hakuna!’ Did I mention before that nimekunywishwa Maji mbaya sana coz the pregnancy is kidogo waezi Ona If the bladder is not full…Anyway I ask ‘Hakuna nini?’ the first Sonographer says ‘Hakuna heartbeat’… Yaani Hakuna siku ilifeel April fools Kama hii siku(notice the day) I gave King a quick glance and quickly gave those two Sonographer another one expecting a ‘We just fooled you!’ My God! There was no taking back their words. I died a little. King was confused and I some more. I walked out first and sat by the hallway of the hospital. Then King followed then we went back to the Sonographer and he asks..’Hakuna kitu mnaeza do yani?’ (Trust the Eastlando in this guy) Then he responds..’The best we can do is aoshwe as soon as possible..because by her LMP she should be 12weeks but by the foetal blah blah(those medical jargons)iko 7weeks meaning…….
she’s been walking around with a dead baby for weeks!!!!!’
God! I died some more…We were taken to the ER and before medical evacuation was performed I gathered enough courage and asked why?what happened?what did I do wrong? The doc was kind enough to explain.. ‘Could be many things..Stress..Hormonal imbalance..’ Honestly my brain went into a trance and well,I don’t remember much of anything he was saying. King Hugged me and well,we mourned our little angel that we didn’t get to meet.. When I woke up,King was by my bedside,My heart dented,soul fractured,eyes swollen and my womb childless 😢
Did I have my fears? YES! Did I worry I might never conceive or Never be able to carry a baby to term? OF COURSE!
Did I worry My Relationship with King would suffer a massive blow? Oh! My God!! ABSOLUTELY! Did I worry I would never get through that!! Wah! Si ndio!!!
Anyway,
Home we went with hopes of a child(ren) someday. God naye ni nani? In 3 months time Alifanya Kaa yeye and I was pregnant with our girl Gweth @gwethgeezy who is going to be 5 in a months time. Another 3years after that I got my son @princeiroma. If you are going through this Turmoil,I promise time is a healer and it shall be well. Your blessing is coming. Cry if you have to,sleep if you feel like,talk to a counselor. Chin up and Pray and hope for the best. When the doc waves that Green flag,do not be scared to take off. Try again.. I love you all. Love ❤️ and Light 💡”

Kenyan celebrity parents who have lost their kids in recent years

It is hard losing a child. No parent is ever prepared for this and when death knocks most parents mourn for years while some never over come the loss.

Dr Burton Grebin once said 

“The death of a child is the most single most traumatic event in medicine.To lose a child is to lose a piece of yourself “.

Some Kenyan celebrities have experienced this loss first hand and some don’t publicly express it, it doesn’t mean they aren’t hurting. So the next time you meet them on the street be kind because kindness does not hurt.

  1. Michael Okinyi

The TV presenter lost his son after he succumbed to complications related to Sickle cell anemia. In 2015, Okinyi announced the demise of his son to the public in the tweet below.

Before his untimely death  Twani was to turn 5 years

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MIchael OKinyi’s wife with their son

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2. Shiru wa GP

The venacular artiste famously known for hits such as ‘Agiginya’ was a mother to twins (boy and girl) before losing one of them after he developed a chest infection that saw him admitted to Nairobi Women’s Hospital, where he sadly lost the battle.

In an earlier interview with Jeff on Inooro Fm, Shiru wa GP opened up about losing her son and she said:

“It was a bad experience because I didn’t expect it. It’s one of those situations when you have tried so hard then you finally have something good and then the devil snatches it from your hands. I had tried conceiving for 9 years, heading to 10 when God blessed me with twins. I was very excited even though they did not make it to term as they were born 2 months premature. At that point, I didn’t even ask people to pray with me as I knew God had already blessed me in a big way. It (the loss of my baby and my admission) was not only challenging emotionally but also financially as the bill had accumulated up to Shs4.5 million so I had to reach out for financial aid which wasn’t easy.”

Shiru wa GP
Shiru with her husband and daughter

God has been gracious to her as she still has her daughter.

3. Dbanj

Nigeria artiste Dbanj is among other celebrities who have lost their kids. Early this year his son drowned in a swimming pool at the residence leaving the young parents heartbroken.

Dbanj termed the period of losing his son as a hard one but he remained  thankful to God for seeing him through.

‘The past few weeks have been incredibly trying and difficult, but God’s love has kept me and my family going. I can’t thank my team enough and the incredible love from you all. May God keep us all. #StrongerTogether’…🙏🙏🙏”

Dbanj with his son Daniel
Dbanj with his son Daniel

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4. Isaac Mwaura

Nominated senator Isaac Mwaura and his wife Mukami Mwaura lost two of their kids after they developed complications after being born prematurely.

Mukami had delivered triplets namely – Njiru Maigua Mwaura, Mwaura Maigua and Njeri Maigua – who were all born at 28 weeks, sadly Njeri and Mwaura passed on after 3 months at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Speaking about her loss Mukami said

The emptiness you are left with after you lose a child … “We may look as if we carry on with our lives as before. We may even have times of joy and happiness. Everything may seem normal. But this, EMPTINESS is how we all feel, all the time” ~ John Maddox, for Bereaved Parents Month

Isaac Mwaura and Mukami

Mukami is a happy mother though after his remaining son recently celebrated his 1st birthday.

5. Juliana Kanyomozi

Juliana, who is among the top female artistes in Uganda, lost her son after he succumbed to severe asthmatic attack at theAgha Khan hospital.

Juliana celebrated his fourth memorial with an emotional post reminiscing on how perfect he was as a son.

 

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6. Julie Gichuru
The laid back Julie opened up on losing her 3rd born son after a choking incident at home.

“MY HOUSE HELP WAS FEEDING THE CHILD, HE GOT CHOKED, RUSHED TO THE HOSPITAL, THE DOCTORS MANAGED TO RESUSCITATE HIM, BUT LATER COULD NOT STAND THE AMOUNT OF ADRENALINE INJECTED IN HIS BODY, THE BOY LEFT US.

I YEARNED TO SLEEP AT NIGHT BECAUSE IN MY SLEEP HE WOULD COME IN MY DREAMS, I WAS HOLDING HIM AGAIN. IT WAS A TRAUMATIZING TIME AND I ACTUALLY SAID TO MY HUSBAND WE ARE NEVER GOING TO HAVE ANOTHER CHILD AGAIN I CAN’T GO THROUGH THIS AGAIN.

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WHEN WE LOST OUR BELOVED THIRD BORN WE WERE DEVASTATED. DESTROYED. TOTALLY BROKEN. BUT WE DID NOT LET GO OF OUR LOVE FOR GOD. IN SPITE OF OUR DEVASTATION AND GRIEF WE KEPT OUR FAITH. ONE YEAR LATER THE LORD GOD BLESSED US WITH A CHILD, AND WE NAMED HIM WANGAI, BECAUSE WE KNEW HE WAS A GIFT, WE HAD LEARNT THAT ULTIMATELY ALL CHILDREN BELONG TO GOD.”

7.Size 8

Size 8 recently lost her unborn child after suffering a miscarriage,speaking about it she says

“Rumours were in many blogs that I was pregnant but I never did really confirm it because it was a battle all the way, so I just wanted to go with the fight privately. But God decided the best lane for me and I lost the pregnancy juzi. To be honest I’ve cried and asked God so many questions. I have given my husband stress. He is trying to make me be okay,” Size 8 said.

Size 8

8.Chantelle

Chantelle and J Blessing lost their son Kyle  at the Aga Khan hospital  3 years ago,After Kyle’s death J Blessing posted lines to the hymn “It is well” on his Facebook page.

“Then sings my soul, my Savior God, to Thee. How great Thou art, how great Thou art.”

The couple later broke up due to irreconcilable differences.

J Blessing

 

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‘I’ve cried and asked God so many questions’ Size 8 on her miscarriage

Gospel mix master DJ Mo has opened up on how he coped after his wife Size 8 lost their unborn child, through a miscarriage last year.

Speaking to Word Is, Mo said that it is hard to understand what the problem was

“My wife was five weeks pregnant before the miscarriage,” DJ Mo told Word Is on Friday.

Miscarriage can be caused by so many things, like stress. Others may fail to adjust with the body, but we are doing well. If you love each other, that is a small thing.

All you need is to encourage each other and it passes,”

Size 8 with her hubby DJ MO
Size 8 with her hubby DJ MO

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A few weeks before, there were speculations that Size 8 was pregnant. Fans sent her congratulatory message on photos she posted with a baby bump showing.

Size 8 enjoying some time with her daughter Ladasha and hubby DJ Mo
Size 8 enjoying some time with her daughter Ladasha and hubby DJ Mo

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“I will not deny nor confirm, but let us wait and see, time will tell,” she said in an interview with Word Is.

Well, the singer came out and announced that she was indeed pregnant but she lost the baby, and has gone through a lot of pain following the miscarriage.

“Rumours were in many blogs that I was pregnant but I never did really confirm it because it was a battle all the way, so I just wanted to go with the fight privately. But God decided the best lane for me and I lost the pregnancy juzi. To be honest I’ve cried and asked God so many questions. I have given my husband stress. He is trying to make me be okay,” Size 8 said.

Size 8
Size 8

DJ Mo said his wife is fine and already back to work.

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‘I felt lost , alone, and like I failed ‘says Barack Obama as his wife opens up about suffering miscarriages and conceiving her daughters through IVF

Former United States first lady Michelle Obama has opened up about suffering and using in-vitro fertelization to conceive her daughter.

IVF refers to a laboratory procedure in which sperm are put in a special dish with unfertilized eggs to achieve fertilization. The embryos that result can be transferred into the uterus or frozen (cryopreserved) for future use

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In the book Becoming, America’s first black first lady goes beyond politics, digging deep into some personal issues from a miscarriage to using in-vitro fertilization to conceive her daughters to marriage counselling.

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Obama told ABC News in an interview.

“I felt lost and alone, and I felt like I failed because I didn’t know how common miscarriages were because we don’t talk about them,”

We sit in our own pain, thinking that somehow we’re broken.”

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Fertility treatments allowed her to conceive daughters Malia, now 20, and Sasha, 17.

“It turns out that even two committed go-getters with a deep love and robust work ethic can’t will themselves into being pregnant,”

We had to do IVF,” she told ABC, in excerpts of an interview that will air in full on Sunday.

She revisits the thrill of her romance with Barack, which began when she was his advisor at a Chicago law firm, describing it as a “toppling blast of lust, gratitude, fulfilment, wonder.”

But she admits the couple on occasion turned to counselling, where they “learned how to talk out” problems.

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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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Wema Sepetu Suffers A Miscarriage

Ex Tanzanian socialite and business woman Wema Sepetu has sadly suffered a miscarriage.

Wema, who is currently dating former Big Brother Africa contestant Idris Sultan, has been trying to get pregnant previously and had been ridiculed alot for being unable to conceive.

Her miscarriage was announced by her baby daddy and boyfriend Idris Sultan through his instagram page in a rather heartbreaking message that read in part:

“To my unborn twins,
So quickly you came into our lives, So quickly torn away.  Never got the chance to meet you, There’s so much I want to say. All these thoughts running through my head, It’s enough to drive me insane. Though you lived only 13 short weeks, You were loved so very much.  I wish that I could hold you,I long to feel your touch. I pray that in another life, We get the chance to meet. God brings and takes as he plans and we cannot complain but only pray that all that was for a better reason and a better plan in store for us. We have learnt lessons painfully but wont stop trying again and again and do swear by the time your brothers and sisters are made to come to this world we will be more than ready for them.
Sincerely Your Dad. ❤️ “

To my unborn twins, . So quickly you came into our lives, So quickly torn away. Never got the chance to meet you, There’s so much I want to say. All these thoughts running through my head, It’s enough to drive me insane. Though you lived only 13 short weeks, You were loved so very much. I wish that I could hold you, I long to feel your touch. I pray that in another life, We get the chance to meet. God brings and takes as he plans and we cannot complain but only pray that all that was for a better reason and a better plan in store for us. We have learnt lessons painfully but wont stop trying again and again and do swear by the time your brothers and sisters are made to come to this world we will be more than ready for them. Sincerely Your Dad. ❤️

A photo posted by Idris Sultan (@idrissultan) on


She was Diamond Platinumz ex- girlfriend and has had a rough time on social media after they parted ways and the singer started dating Zari.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg And Wife to Get A Baby After Several Miscarriages

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg posted on Facebook  that he and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are expecting their first child together.

Zuckerberg and Chan who are college sweethearts tied the knot on May 19, 2012, one day after Facebook’s IPO.

They have been trying to have a child but Pricillah has had three miscarriages, a situation she termed very lonely.

They said that they are sharing their story just so that they can encourage someone going through the same problem.

The couple met in line for the bathroom at a frat party 11 years ago. Now Chan has been dubbed the “first lady” of Facebook, and the pair has been extremely generous with their fortune.

-Businessdaily

Woman miscarries after police officer kicked her belly over arrest in Mbita

A woman who was six months pregnant miscarried after a police officer allegedly kicked her in the belly. Hilder Sigunyu, 21, said an officer from Mbita police station kicked her while forcing her into a van.

Sigunyu said the incident occurred amid the arrest of several women for washing clothes on the shores of Lake Victoria on Sunday.

“One of the police officers kicked my belly when I was delayed from getting into their vehicle. I could not enter immediately because of my pregnancy,” she said.

Speaking to journalists in Mbita on Thursday, Sigunyu said she suffered abdominal injuries and was rushed to Mbita District Hospital.

She said tests revealed that the foetus had died. “I was later operated on because there was no other option. I lost my unborn baby that way,” she said.

When contacted on Thursday, area OCPD Wilson Wanga said he had not received reports of the incident. He however said that the matter would be investigated and the culprit brought to book.

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