Gospel singer Betty Bayo has touched many Kenyans after reportedly coming to the aid of a sick single mother.
Betty Bayo helps sick single mother Affluent musician Karangu Muraya shared news of the Bayo's actions on Wednesday, November 9, via Facebook. According to Muraya, the Maneno singer bought a piece of land for the ailing woman while wishing blessings upon her for the life-changing act of giving.
Kenyans overwhelmingly celebrated the mother of two for her charitable activities, with many praying for her prosperity. Here are some of the comments;
Shortly after Victor Kanyari was exposed for duping unsuspecting worshipers, Bayo broke up with the preacher. The singer raised their two children alone until she found love again. Bayo first introduced Tash to the public in November 2020, and many believed he was a mzungu due to his light complexion. Bayo's new man has proved to be a great father figure in the children's lives and loves hanging out with them.
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