NTV’s Mercy Juma Is pregnant. Check out her baby bump below (photo)

NTV’s news reporter Mercy Juma wed her long time fiancé John Okande in July last year as Obama visited the country. The lively and private wedding ceremony went down at Dinham Resort in Limuru.

 

More than a year after her wedding, the lovely news reporter is pregnant. The good news was broken by her colleague Jane Ngoiri who just came from her maternity leave.

Handing Over to my Colleague... Mercy Juma Okande...All the Best...”Jane captioned the photo. Mercy sported a burgeoning baby bump and also had that enviable glow that comes with pregnancy.

Mercy joins the likes of Pierrra Makena, Anne Kiguta and Jane Ngoiri who were pregnant at some point this year.

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