Kalenjin gospel musician Emmy Kosgei has finally addressed the debate of being 'childless' after so many years if marriage. She recently celebrated 8th anniversary since she got married to Apostle Anselm Madubuko from Nigeria.[Photos | Courtesy]
As they celelebrated the anniversary, Emmy wrote a lovely caption about their love journey. She wrote;
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During an interview with a local station, she says that she has two stepdaughters and and therefore she is a grandmother. She adds that she has children and grandchildren already. The gospel artist has also revealed that getting married to sn Apostle was something not wierd to her since she grew up in a religious leader's house. Her daddy us a bishop while the mother is a pastor. Her brother in law is also a bishop while a sister in law is a Reverend.
She states that she is used to such a Godly life and so she appreciates alot to getying married to an Apostle.
Source: Jalang'o Mwenyewe
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