Today marks an extremely dull day in the recent history of Kenya having lost Senator Yusuf Haji and Kambua's son. There is nothing as painful as the agony of losing a child as it is an unfathomable and unparalleled horrific experience as it is one of the loneliest and most devastating journeys for any parent. The degree of suffering and being crowded by a sombre mood is almost impossible to grasp while trying to come to terms with the harsh reality.[Photo courtesy]
For Kambua's case, it is even worse as it took her long to bear children with her husband Jackson Mathu. The couples first child, Nathaniel Muhoro was born after seven years in marriage and Kambua described him as a miracle baby, whom God brought into their lives to show his might. On Monday the 15th of February 2021, the couple mourned the death of their secondborn son named Malachi Manundu Muthiga Mathu after many efforts by the doctors to save the young Malachi were all in vain.
Our heartfelt condolences go to the family and they mourn the sudden death of their son Malachi Manundu. Get a glimpse of messages sent by her fans and fellow celebrities.
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