Celestine Ndinda is a popular Kenyan celebrity and content creator. Her beautiful smile and the story of how she supported her husband through thick and thin has endeared her to many. The amiable Ndinda strives to be the best she can to avoid a life of squalor.
The KIMC graduate is married to Timothy Kimani, popularly known as Njugush. The two met while they were students at KIMC. She was a first year while her husband was a third year. They started off as friends before gradually entering into serious relationship.
Some hours ago Celestine posted a family photo on her official Instagram page wishing his followers a good morning. Under the photo she added a caption saying the following. “ The wildebeest migration is on going and we are going on this weekend to watch them so as to create a memory”.
On this photo most people realized that Njugush was wearing a Masai attire while holding a spear. Most of the kenyans reacted on the photo by giving Njugush Masai names like Ole Njugush. Others were overwhelmed by the photo and ended up saying how beautiful the family is.
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