Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Kambua: Grief of losing my baby sometimes knocks me off my feet

In February this year, Gospel singer Kambua lost her newborn son Malachi Manundu Muthiga Mathu. Her healing journey since then has not been easy.

In a recent Instagram post, she said that the baby boy had complications, and efforts by the medics to save his life were futile. Kambua said that she will be taking a social media break to process the occurrence.

“Our tears fall freely because our hearts are broken beyond words. But our faith and hope remain unshaken because we have our trust in a dependable God. A good, good Father. We may not know how to navigate the days ahead, but God does. And so we trust Him. Please allow us some time to process all of this,” she noted.

Bado Nasimama hit singer made a comeback on May 28 dropping her new song Shukrani noting the love she has received has kept her going.

“Love lifts. Love has truly lifted me, from a place of deep pain & despair. The love of God, my keeper. The love of each and every one of you who cried with me, held me, prayed for me and my family,” Kambua wrote.

Since her comeback, Kambua has been candid about her healing process noting that while it has been a big lesson for her, at times waves of grief knock off her feet.

” Every day I’m learning that healing is not a destination, it’s a journey. I’m on a journey that I did not sign up for, but I’m braving it, every moment of every day. Sometimes the waves of grief knock me off my feet, yet I know that they won’t always wash over me,” she said.

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She further noted that she will allow herself to go through the healing process and is ready to engage and share that journey with her fans and followers.

” I know that one day it won’t feel like I’m constantly navigating a minefield… One day it won’t feel like my heart is carrying a rock. But until then, I will be kind to myself, and allow myself to feel everything I’m feeling. I will allow my rock, Jesus, to carry me. So as you witness my brokeness, may you also witness my healing,” Kambua noted in conclusion.

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