Citizen TV presenter Kambua has disclosed that the reason she has remained cagey about sharing her story with the public after getting pregnant is because women have been asking about what she did to get pregnant.
Women have been asking what I did to get pregnant – Kambua
Nathaniel is a Miracle-Kambua
In a recent interview with Parents Magazine, the mother of one went on to say that she had no answer to the question.
Mama Nate as she calls herself stated that it is the reason she tells everyone that her son Nathaniel is a miracle and no one can be credited for him except God.
“Part of the reason I have been cautious about sharing my story with people on a larger scale is because ever since I got pregnant, I’ve had women ask me what exactly I did to get pregnant and I don’t have an answer for them. That’s why I tell people that Nathaniel is a miracle, and no one can take credit for it,” said Kambua.
It was not easy - Kambua
She however, noted that because her journey was not as easy, and she will strive to create platforms where people will openly speak about infertility and get professional assistance.
Kambua added that her painful journey has helped her speak for other people who are experiencing pressure from society, over their infertility.
“I’m unafraid of having this kind of conversations because I know how it feels. My journey was painful, but it helped me speak up for other people who are constantly facing pressure from all kinds of places,” said the Umetenda Wema singer.
A few days ago, the Citizen TV presenter disclosed that she declined to grace the cover of Parents Magazine 4 years ago, on grounds that she didn’t have children.
The Rauka host said that then, she was reluctant to share her story out of the fear of being judged by the masses.
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