Janet Mbugua and Eddie chose to have the party a few days after Huru’s birth date so as to have their families gather together. Anyway the private birthday party went down at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
Janet Mbugua and hubby share photos from their son’s 1 birthday party
Baby Huru got to celebrate his 1st birthday party with his parents, extended family and mostly his adorable twin cousins who came through looking all dolled up for the party.
In a post shared by the news anchor she revealed that they adopted an orphaned elephant for their son from David Sheidrick’s Wildlife and Trust as his birthday gift.
“Some of you have asked me what we got #BabyHuru as a birthday gift? We adopted an elephant for him named Ambo, from the @dswt in Nairobi. I hope one day he understands the importance of #ElephantConservation #BabyHuruMilestones#BabyHuruTurns1#TheJourneyWithJanet.” She wrote
The Ndichu’s chose to do this are they are passionate about wildlife and it’s conservation. Statics show that the David Sheidrick’s wildlife has managed to save about 150 calfs that are orphaned after poachers kill their parents.
Baby Huru adopted a calf called Ambo and though he is too young to understand what this means, his parents will be providing the contributions needed by the wildlife trust on his behalf.
Anyway below are a few photos courtesy of the Ndichus.
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