From birthday parties to big designs or relocations, there are always plenty of Kenyan artists! You can't imagine some of the names they give their children.
The singer has never avoided controversy and is always ready to attract new attention. With his many bizarre moments, there is one thing he is definitely entitled to, his love for his children, he was the father everyone wanted.
Size 8 is a famous gospel singer known for her talent and ability to move the masses with her strong presence on stage.
She and her husband DJ Mo named one of their children Ladasha Belle, although most do not know the meaning of the name.
The star, whom is known for her humanitarian work since stopping television as a news presenter, has finally reached out and shows no signs of distance, she named her son Ethan Huru.
I'm not sure if Huru comes from the Swahili word, but after people found it, I'm sure there are many other Hurus.
Nameless and Wahu
Kenyan musicians Nameless and Wahu have long been role models for celebrity relationships. This is due to the way they avoided controversy over the days.
They named one of their children Tumiso, they had two children, one named Nyakio.
Despite his public life, he also has a private life involving his wife and children, he is married to a white woman and has three children, Zara, Flaca and Stacy. Her daughter's name, Zara, is similar to the designer "Zara" brand, which most people enjoy.
For some time, news presenter and reporter Jacque Maribe was a woman who was exhumed in murder trials. She has a son named Zahari, a really great name.
Kennedy Ombima aka King Kaka has been in the business for over 10 years and is also the proud owner of the recording company Kaka Empire.
He has children with beautiful names, one named Ayanna and the other Gweth.
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