Singer Wahu has posted the sweetest birthday message for ailing celeb pal Big Kev. She has never really held back sharing how she feels about him and her husband Nameless too has shown his support for Big Kev.
So if you’re looking for friendship goals, Wahu is a breathing example. What really struck me about Wahu is that during his fundraiser, she and her hubby made their support and friendship with Big Kev very visible. I mean, who doesn’t want to hear that right?
She posted as he marks turning a year older;
“Better late than never!! Happy birthday to one of the bravest men I know. @bigkevkenya your strength and positivity through this journey is nothing short of admirable. Happy happy birthday my brother. We love you, we celebrate you, and uphold you before the Father now and always.”
For those of you who don’t know events organiser, Kevin Ombajo, commonly known as Big Kev, since 2010, has suffered from brain tumors, and so far, 14 tumors have been removed. This news saw fellow celebrities and Kenyans of good will come out and raise funds for him after he made a public appeal for financial assistance.
Sadly that wasn’t the end of his medical woes. Big Kev also lost his eye sight describing it as optic atrophy. The legend wrote the news on his Facebook, something that really touched the hearts of Kenyans.
Kenyan artiste, Wahu Kagwi, reached out to him writing a message recollecting the ‘good old days’ and his biggest dream in life.
This is what she wrote at the time;
“I remember clearing 4th form and falling into this group of guys, amongst them my big brother @bigkevkenya. I remember vividly him showing me a book that outlined his vision for his life. Looking at your life Kev, I’m so proud to say that Many of those boxes have been ticked. one of the things though that is still pending, is you wanted to one day become the president of Kenya. Anyone who knows Kev knows he makes for an excellent leader! This country would be blessed to have you in leadership! So I am vouching for you Kev! for your sake, for your daughter and wife’s sake, for your sisters and brother’s sake and for the country’s sake. Get well soon my broda!”