Gospel singer Kambua has responded to Classic 105 FM in the most satisfying way.
The gospel singer who admitted in 2018 to having troubles getting children quoted a tweet from Classic 105 FM who were celebrating her child by reminding them how badly they wrote about her in the past concerning the same issue.
The Radio Africa Group owned radio had shared a blog post celebrating her achievement with the title, ‘Kambua narrates her journey to being a mother’, tagging her.
She responded quoting the tweet
“So funny that you guys were among the people trolling me. Ain’t God good? 🙏🏾 Ps 23:5. Baraka!“.
So funny that you guys were among the people trolling me. Ain't God good? 🙏🏾 Ps 23:5. Baraka! https://t.co/0eZQzX2ri7
— Kambua (@Kambua) March 3, 2020
I’m 2028, Kambua had opened up about not being able to have children after 6 years of marriage. She said it has been hard for her but she pushed through.
“Well, I don’t have the luxury of living a “private” life, and have often been the subject of ridicule and mockery for being “childless”. Reminds me of Hannah and Penninah. You see, painful as it was, Hannah needed Penninah to provoke the situation. And God moved to show Himself strong in Hannah’s life. Beloved, I don’t know what category you fall under- the infirm woman, the infertile, the barren, the angel mom… what I do know is this: God’s ways are good, and they are perfect.” She had written on Mother’s day 2018.
Jackson Mathu and Kambua have been married since 2012. In November 2019 while celebrating her birthday Kambua’s and the beauty decided to make a loud and proud return to social media.
During her return, she not only spoke of the immense joy she had at finally getting a baby but also revealed the gender and name of her son.
But what about the man who has been her rock all the years that they have been married? Jackson, who is a businessman wasn’t to be left out and decided to celebrate his wife with a wonderful message.
The message read;
Happy birthday to my flower. I love you!# Beautiful wife
Kambua has in the past spoken about the impact that her husband has had on her during the years when she was struggling to get a baby.
“One of the things that I’m grateful for is that I met a really strong man and it’s because of him being strong that has helped me even in my ministry and career. That he is not fazed or moved by what people say and for the moments where I have gone through things and felt that ‘okay this has really hurt me’ he has been there to speak life into me and to encourage me. If there is anyone who is not bothered it’s my husband and I am learning, he is teaching me how to do that. How to not care because either way regardless of what you do people will have an opinion it just comes with the territory so yea he is cool.