Deepest Condolences To Gospel Artist Kambua As Her New Born Dies Few Days After Giving Birth
By INTRODUCTION | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 15 views
Sombre mood in the Mathu family and friends as they grieve the sudden death of their new born Malachi Manundu Muthiga Mathu, second born to Gospel artist Kambua and her husband pastor Jackson Mathu.
The family has asked all friends, media personel and fans to give them this saddening time to process everything and afterwards will get in touch for all answers needed. It's stated that they have been receiving several calls and messages asking about their current situation.
Kambua confirmed in a rather heartbreaking message on her social media platforms stating that baby Malachi was in so much pain but didn't reveal what caused his death.
Adding that doctors and nurses did the best they could to keep him alive and that God took him to a better place. Stating that it was yet again a privilege of carrying another life, she and the entire family will always love and remember baby Malachi.
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