Benachi (right) and his siblings.
Benachi's first born child is seen playing with hee younger sibling who was placed on a rocker seat as the elder one sang lullabies to the younger one.
The Gospel artist who is famed for his hit song 'Mwanake' where he collaborated with deceased fellow gospel artist Kaberere has since returned back into the country after a long stay in the united states of America.
Benachi who is also a music producer, has given a number of interviews today among them being the one where he joined his old friend Dj Sadic on switch TV where he announced that he is working on a number of new songs to come.
Dj Sadic (in yellow) and Benachi(in white)
Apart from recording music Benachi is quite the family man and a quick look at his Socialmedia accounts then the photos the lad has shared will surely attest to this. He recently visited his mother back in Mumias, Kakamega County, and he documented his visit where he was given sugarcane by his mom to carry back to the city.
It then comes not as a surprise when Benachi decided to share his kid's identity with the whole world through his Instagram account. The father of two wrote on his caption that even though being a father is easy, being a dad is entirely a different ball game as it is a daily and tasking job.
Below are photos from the video by Benachi and some of the Reactions it has since elicited online;
To watch the video, refer to the link shared bow;
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