Milele FM boss Alex Mwakideu has penned down an emotional poem, just days after the birth of his third-born daughter Naya.
Alex Mwakideu pens down an emotional message days after daughter’s birth
Baby was born on Thursday!
In the poem, the father of three recounted how his mother passed on exactly a month before Naya’s birth.
He went on to say that the birth of his daughter had made life better as he asked for God’s blessings while at the same time saying goodbye to his late mother.
“A month ago, Exactly one Month ago, With nostalgia a heavy heart, We carried mom out, Out of the gate, Tears freely flow, Others start to shout, She looked smart, but the heart had shut, So the mourning period starts, My better half, Half heartedly hears the pangs and pains, she hurt, She scratches and clutches almost about to shut, Exactly a month later, Baby Naya bounces on earth, Life is now better, As we take on this new path, Oh Lord my God, The Creator My cup overflows with blessings that can't be measured with a meter! Peacefully goes a great Mama, Peacefully and gracefully enters baby Naya! Kwakheri Mama, Karibu Naya! Exactly One Month ago, Exactly One Month Later! To God be the Glory! Mungu Kwanza!” Read Mwakideu’s poem.
Baby Naya’s birth
Mwakideu and his wife Mariam ‘Dee’ Mwemba on Thursday welcomed their third born child.
In a post on Instagram, Mwakideu shared a picture of his daughter with her face hidden which he captioned with the words, “Hello baby Naya”
His announcement came hours after he shared a picture on Instagram saying that if anyone asked, they should be told he was waiting for their new born baby.
His emotional post comes a few weeks after the Milele Breakfast presenter in a post seen by Pulselive.co.ke, admitted that he was totally lost, with no words to describe what he was going through following the death of his mother.
“For the first time... Am lost. Totally lost. Totally. I don't know what to type, what to do, where to start... I am lost. I will miss you mom. I will miss you so much. And I will love you forever. Thank you for being the BEST mom EVER. Rest with the Angels.. #RIPMom,” reads Makideu’s post.
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