Comedian Mulamwah and his wife Sonie welcomed their first born daughter Keila Oyando barely a day ago. The comedian who has been proudly flaunting her wife's pregnancy could not hide his happiness as he welcomed the newborn.
Taking to the social media, the comedian shared a video holding the little angel in his arms as he praised his wife for the successful delivery. He gifted her with Kshs 100,000 as a way of appreciation and courage throughout the journey. Sonie thanked him for always being there for her as she affirmed her undying love for him.
Barely a day after her birth, Keila has allegedly landed a new ambassadorial gig with a certain clothing company. According to sources, the little baby will now be on a monthly payslip and will be clothed by the company for the next seventeen (17) years.
The couple is indeed celebrating blessings over blessings. May the little baby Keila grow in favour from God and people. Congratulations to them.
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