Gospel Singer Kambua tells off Haters that Trolled Her for Being Childless


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Gospel singer Kambua is one happy woman right now!

She delivered a baby boy, Nathaniel Muhoro on 10th August 2019 after waiting for seven years in her marriage.

The ‘Usiku na Mchana‘ hitmaker shared a tweet expressing how God is good for blessing her with a child after remembering how Kenyans were cruel to her on social media.

So funny that you guys were among the people trolling me. Ain’t God good?” Kambua captioned. Psalms 23:5. Baraka!

Kambua with her newborn baby, Nate

In an Interview with The Trend, she revealed that Kenyans had been trolling her over being childless and was always asked when she’s giving birth.

“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 that people don’t even know what your journey is like. They don’t know what you’re struggling with, said the stylish Kambua.

She added that people need to understand there are married couples who don’t want to have a child, others are going through fertility issues or are infertile.

It so unfortunate that we become such a culture of being so intrusive and putting people down,” she added.

She is currently the cover model for Parents Magazine in March 2020 issue. The new mother confessed how she had been requested to grace the magazine four years ago but declined because she had no baby. Now she is more than grateful and feels it was the right time to be featured.

About 4years ago I met Eunice Mathu (Dir. Parent’s Magazine), in Wamba, Samburu. I’d gone there with AMREF Health Intl. for the Alternative Rites of Passage for girls. Anyway, she asked me to grace the cover of her magazine and I quickly declined, exclaiming, “But I have no children”! She insisted that even though I didn’t, I still had a voice to speak into that space. Well, I didn’t. I wasn’t ready. Looking at this cover my eyes well up because God was and is still writing my story. Thank you Eunice Mathu for finding me worthy even when I doubted myself.

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 stated.

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