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Pregnant Kambua reacts to numerous congratulatory messages by fans on social media

Award-winning Gospel artist and TV host Kambua Mathu announced her pregnancy last week and she is thankful for the outpouring support from fans and family after years of being asked why hadn’t conceived yet.

Kambua has been married for seven years to her pastor husband Jackson Mathu and since she confirmed her pregnancy on Friday (17.05.19)  with a photo on Instagram showcasing her growing baby bump, her timeline has been filled with messages of love, support and positivity.

“Thank you SO MUCH for the outpouring of love, my heart is so so full. God bless you all, and may He continue to lift our hearts and renew our hope in ways that only He can.
Nawapenda, k.” she posted.

As reported by The Sauce last week, ‘Njoo’ singer has been keeping news of the pregnancy under wraps for weeks now. She has in the past expressed her anguish over constant questions by strangers on social media as to why she had no baby.

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On Friday morning, in an appearance on Citizen TV’s Breakfast Show, she narrated how at first constant grilling from strangers broke her. “I could tweet about anything and then someone will ask, utazaa lini?”

“There’s nothing I haven’t been told, from you must have aborted many children, go get yourself checked, ulirogwa na nani?” Kambua added.

Her husband,  who rarely shares pictures of his family, on this special occasion took to Instagram to thank God for their beautiful blessing in a touching message to his wife.

He posted a picture of Kambua holding her beautiful bump with a quote from the book of Isaiah 60:22 that said,
“The smallest family shall multiply into a clan; the tiny group shall be a mighty nation. I, the Lord will bring it all to pass when it’s time. #AnatimizaAhadi,”

The social media influencer with over 700,000 Instagram followers said in a previous interview people need to be sensitive when asking about motherhood because they do not know what people are going through or God’s timing.

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