Famed comedian David Oyando popularly known by his stage name Mulamwah had created hefty headlines earlier this week after his wife Carol Sonnie delivered a baby girl whom they named Keilah Oyando. Well, the event caused more stir on the internet especially after Kenyans learned that the one day old was already in possession of social media accounts which equally garnered great number of followers. As per now, Keilah's Instagram page has attracted 10.2k followers just in three day.
Well, during a Question and Answer session on Instagram yesterday; Mulamwah addressed some of the concerns raised by netizens on his page. One of the questions that garnered much attention was after a fan asked the comedian when they were expecting their second born child. In response, Mulamwah confessed the following.
"Until Keila is 10 Majaliwa, or maybe if her mum has other plans."
Apparently, this is the first successful delivery for the couple. In late last year, the lovebirds lost their unborn baby after they allegedly claimed that trolls from netizens caused a lot of distress in their pregnancy journey leading to still birth amid delivery. However, the couple who have now dated for 3 years tried again and the fruits of their effort became visible few days ago.
According to Mulamwah, they indeed have plans to soon try again. All the best in their parental journey.
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