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Kambua’s special message to women who haven't been able to bear children

I have often been the subject of ridicule and mockery for being "childless"- Kambua

In her long social media post, she also pointed out that she has “often been subject of ridicule and mockery for being "childless".

She thought of the special group of women who have not been able to get children because of various reasons; illness, infertility, others miscarriage, and infant loss

The TV host encouraged this group of women to keep trusting in God as 'his ways are good and perfect'. Her post read:

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“I have debated ALL day about whether I should write this post or not路. Happy Mother's Day to all of you wonderful moms out there. We love you . But I've been thinking about a special group of women- those with open hearts and empty wombs. Some because of illness, infertility, others miscarriage, and infant loss. Women who, beneath the pomp and flair, secretly dread because it is a constant reminder of what they don't have, what they lost, or what they may never have. 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 (just respond with a ... what I do know is this: God's ways are good, and they are perfect. So is His plan for your life. Also,  is a great calling, but it is not the only one. As you wait on God to fill your nest (however which way He chooses), keep praising Him. With raised hands and an open heart. Happy Mother's Day to you! I'm praying for you From my heart, to yours.”

The ‘Bado Nasimama’ singer has been trolled days on end for not having children six years after being married.

In an interview with Amina Abdi in March 2018, Kambua responded and part of her response, “People will have an opinion over everything. Today I saw a comment and deleted it because this guy commented on my Instagram and he says ‘When are you going to get pregnant, People don’t even know what your journey is like. They don’t know what you’re struggling with. There are so many people especially today who are struggling with infertility.

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