Maggie Jomo, a renowned gospel artist with huge popularity in Central was at the Inooro Tv's Sunday's 'Rurumuka' show after winning the weekly musical challenge. For the longest time, Maggie Jomo got to raise her son single-handedly until when she got married to the love of her life.
During the interview, Hellen Muthoni requested Maggie Jomo to advise the ladies who got pregnant but the men responsible neglected them leaving them to figure out things on their own.
Speaking from experience, Maggie Jomo advised those in such situations to love the kids and do their best to raise them leaving the rest to God. She went on to reveal that her pastor impregnated her back then and thereafter requested her to get rid of the baby to avoid tarnishing the name of the ministry.
Maggie Jomo went ahead to state that she did not heed to his request and decided to keep the baby who is currently a 19-year-old gentleman.
The photos are courtesy of Maggie Jomo's social media.
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