Popular online sensation David Oyando also known by his stage name Mulamwah together with his celebrity wife Carol Sonnie are currently one of the top trends after being privileged with a newborn daughter early today. Well, the couple have made various headlines in regard to their new family member; with one of them turning out to be the most discussed topic of all time. In less than two hours after her birth, the little Keilah Oyando already owned social media accounts which have now proved her fame beyond expectations.
Immediately after Mulamwah shared the good news, little Keilah had only attracted 896 followers on Facebook and 556 on Instagram. Surprisingly, the little angel has so far garnered enormous numbers that have now left netizens talking.
Apparently, the little angel is currently at 6,185 Instagram followers and Over 13,000 followers on Facebook; a figure garnered in less than 12 hours. Most netizens have now sparked humour from the event terming it as astounding.
"Yaani mtoto wa Mulamwah has more followers than me. Basi hii maisha ni ngumu." A fan joked.
Interestingly, the one day old has already landed an ambassadorial deal with one infants' fashion store dubbed "Kids Town Kenya." Congratulations Mulamwah and his family.
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