Man Nyari kicked off his recent social media post by quoting the saying 'Blood is thicker than water'. He went ahead to narrate how a lady by the name of Wamaitha didn't need an introduction to the mother after the door to the studio was opened.
Wamaitha hurriedly went to where her mother was seated leading to the situation being chaotic as she grabbed her mother with a tight grip. Man Nyari also disclosed that there were screams all over Kameme.
Wamaitha later fainted making Man Nyari to almost panic but on remembering the name of Jesus that is above all other names and dominions, she was able to regain her consciousness. Wamaitha and her mum were separated when she was young and all she could recall was her mother's name and her three siblings first names.
Wamaitha is also part of a women's group who visit their parents from time to time and come August, it will be Wamaitha's turn. She was in a dilemma on where to take her friends but all glory to God, they now have a place to visit.
The photos are courtesy of Man Nyari's social media.
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