Diana Marua Wife to gospel singer Kevin Bahati has penned down an emotional tribute to her late-mum who passed on 10 years ago.
It’s been 10 years without you- Diana Marua’s emotional message to late mother
I miss you mum
Marua disclosed that she decided to celebrate her late mother who would have been turning 50-years-old on April 8 despite her absence.
She further mentioned that their mother must be proud of the people they have become in the society.
Happy 50th Birthday Mama. I don't have too many photos of us but the memories of you is what lingers on. It's been 10 Solid years without you... Life has given me its share of its own kind and every day I go through it with my head up and a smile that never fades. Your presence is always felt and I have no doubt in my mind that you are very proud of us @glam_by_varl and @d_eimos of what we've turned out to become. How I wish that you were around to see your grandchildren (Morgan, Remy, Blake, Blair and Heaven), be physically in our lives and celebrate this big day with you... but regardless, God is good! Celebrate with the Heavens Mama, I know they've set a Grand Table for you.... Najua watu huko hawapumui. Today, I'm nothing but grateful that you brought me into this world. Keep praying for us, May you always smile upon us, keep being our guardian angel. We will strive to Always make you Proud! Enjoy your Big Day! Happy Birthday my Guardian Angel.
Bahati’s mother in law and Marua resemble each other and it explains the stunning features inherited by the daughter in regards to the fine hair she has.
In May 2018, during Mothers day, Diana shared an emotional message for her mum who she said the only thing that remained of her was the memories created.
Diana's father founded a cancer non-governmental organisation
Diana Marua’s father Joseph Omach, is a leading cancer advocate fighting against stigma for cancer patients.
Omach is the founder of Childhood Cancer Initiative which is a non-governmental organization since 2009.
The main aim of the organization is to reduce the burden of childhood cancer in Kenya by providing patient care support for those who are needy.
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