God’s work! Kambua delivers bouncing baby boy

Singer and TV host Kambua has gotten her first baby.

Kambua and her husband Jackson Mathu have been married now for more than six years and had been under pressure a lot from society to have their first kid.

This always pushed Kambua to almost depression since she felt like people were trolling her because she couldn’t get a baby. All the same, she never stopped believing and God never forgot her.

Baby boy

On May the 17th with no words but a picture that spoke 1000 words, Kambua announced that she was pregnant.

Kambua delivered on 10 August to a bouncing baby boy, Nathaniel Muhoro Mathu according to co-host and friend, Holy Dave who announced during the Bambika show.

We can’t wait to meet Nathaniel Muhoro Mathu. Congrats Kambua.

Meet the cute, petite presenter who has replaced Kambua on Bambika TV show (photos) 

Gospel singer Kambua has been replaced by another gospel singer, Karwirwa Laura, on her mid-morning show Bambika which airs on Citizen TV. Kambua has been moved to the gospel show Rauka to replace its former host Enid Moraa.

Kambua, who is also heavily pregnant, is also expected to take a break later on after having her first baby.  Laura is a gospel singer known for hits such as “Mwenye Baraka”, Ujulikane and Mtetezi. She will be hosting the show alongside Holly Dave.

“Taking to social media, Karwirwa Laura looked excited after joining the team saying: The team with the mostest ???????????? These and many more who you don’t get to see.. It’s a dynamic for real and I’m glad to start this journey with ’em.” she posted. 

Here are her photos:


Awww! Heavily pregnant Kambua sends sweet lovely message to hubby during his birthday 

Gospel singer Kambua and her husband Jackson Mathu have been through all kinds of hurdles to get where they are today.

Kambua recently took to social media to share a sweet message directed to Mathu was turning a year older. Kambua showered him with love and she’s just thankful they are together.

“Happy birthday my husband. To many more years and even better memories. I love you.” she captioned a photo to which he replied: I love you more.


The couple had to wait for almost six years since exchanging vows before Kambua carried her first child. Kambua is due in a few months and the two are more than just excited to have their first baby.

Kambua confessed that she’s lucky she has a strong man who has been with her through the storm even when everything looked like it was falling apart.

“One of the things that I’m grateful for is that I met a really strong man and it’s because of him being strong that has helped me even in my ministry and career.

“That he is not fazed or moved by what people say. For the moments where I have gone through things and felt that ‘okay this has really hurt me’ he has been there to speak life into me and to encourage me. If there is anyone who is not bothered it’s my husband and I am learning, he is teaching me how to do that. How to not care because either way regardless of what you do people will have an opinion it just comes with the territory so yeah he is cool.” she said. 



Kambua has given us hope- Gospel artiste Evelyne Wanjiru shares after Kambua got pregnant

Kambua’s first pregnancy is more than just a blessing to her. It’s a sign of hope for others too who are also in the same scenario trying to get their first baby.

Speaking in an interview with Massawe Jappanni on Radio Jambo,  gospel singer Evelyn Wanjiru said that she has now hopeful she’ll also get pregnant after learning Kambua has a baby on the way.

Evelyne has been married for the last seven years and hasn’t been able to bear a child.

“Kambua and I got married the same day and I am so proud [of her pregnancy] and hopeful [I will have a child of my own too]. If we were in the same boat [of having a childless marriage] we would have been both crying. If I don’t congratulate her now when my time reaches no one will even notice me. It has given me hope because I know my miracle is on the way,” she posted. 

The journey

The journey hasn’t been easy for the two of them she also opened up about how supportive her husband of 7-years has been.

“My marriage has been an interesting journey but I don’t worry because I don’t have kids. My husband really gives me strength. If I was getting pressure from him I would have been worried. I, however, do get pressure from other people including close friends,” she said. 

She added:

“There is a day a friend asked me to close myself in a closet and ask god for a child. That thing hurt me a lot but my husband encouraged me to wait for god’s time. I am under medication for hormonal imbalance. My advice to other women is for them not to give up.”

Maseno University student claim she’s behind Kambua’s pregnancy 

A university student from Maseno university has revealed that she has been praying day and night for gospel singer Kambu to have a baby.

Kambua, after seven years of marriage, is finally pregnant and Kenyans couldn’t hold their tears when she took to social media to post the announcement last week.

According to Sarah Atieno Julu, she has been praying hard for Kambua. According to a tweet in May 14, 2018, and she declared she was going to set a Novena prayer to St Jude and pray for Kambua to carry a baby of her own.

”Am going to set a Novena prayer to St Jude, praying for Kambua, be sure you’re going to carry your own baby,” she tweeted. 


Julu added that she used to see how Kambua was frustrated online for not having a baby and vowed to pray for her.

“I used to see her face cyber bully. I’m a woman and seeing a woman face such due to lack of a child, it pained me a lot. I felt it. I wish I knew her in person. The best I could do silently was to pray for her. That was the best way I could stand with her being her greatest fan.????” she said. 


Shock as Kambua asks fans not to vote for her in this year’s Groove Awards 

Kenyan Gospel artiste Kambua has asked her fans not to vote her in this year’s Groove Awards.

Taking to social media, the singer shared that this year, she won’t be campaigning for votes like the way she normally does.

She asked fans not to vote for this time round because she’s not really focused in winning, but she’s was thankful for the nomination all the same.

“Good morning! I would like to say “thank you” to #GrooveAwards for nominating me, and especially all of you who have been cheering me on. I don’t take any of it for granted. However, I will not be asking for your votes this year, I honestly feel the need to channel my energy elsewhere. Congratulations and Godspeed to all the nominees! Have a fab day, and thank you for coming to my #TEDTalk ????. Love always, ???? K.” she posted. 


The ‘Nishikilie’ hitmaker bagged two nominations under the following categories; Digital/online personality of the year under Reflections with Kambua as well as Media Personality of the year

Citizen TV host Kambua in mourning

Citizen TV Rauka host has lost her grandmother.

Kambua, who was recently appointed the host of the show, took to social media to share a post indicating that her grandmother passed on. Her grandma’s death came a few days after Kambua’s father’s death anniversary.

“People I love seem to find their angel wings in April. Koma nesa sûsû wakwa (Sleep well, grandma). 15.04.2019,” Kambua tweeted.


Her father, Professor Manundu, died on 9th April 2014 after battling Illness for a long time. Kambua has always mourned her ever since.

“No one will ever understand the gap you left in my life. I see bits and pieces of you in our family. Mummy is such a strong woman. You really got heaven’s best. Babu and Ndzomo, I would never trade for anything and their babies are a replica of the man you were,” she remebered her dad this year in a post. 


It has been seven years already? Kambua and husband celebrate anniversary

Believe it or not, gospel singer Kambua has now clocked seven years since saying “I DO” to Jackson Mathu.

Mathu and Kambua exchanged vows at a wedding garden at the Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club. on April 7, 20102. It was an invites only ceremony.

The two took to social media to celebrate the seven years by giving thanks.

“SEVEN…. #GRATEFUL,” said Mathu. Kambua also shared a picture from their wedding and captioned:! @JACKSONMAT.

Tough on them

The two lovers have been through a lot in their marriage and many Kenyans thought they’d never make it this far.

Kambua still doesn’t have a kid and Kenyans have always made her life difficult pestering her with questions why she’s not yet carrying a baby.

Is Kambua finally pregnant after seven years of marriage? Some fans believe so

Gospel singer and host Kambua is carrying her first child after years of courting and marriage, some Kenyans are convinced.

Kambua, who has been in the headlines several times following Kenyans inquiries on why she’s not a mother yet despite being married for several years, got some unexpected congratulatory messages from her followers who now believe she’s heavy with a baby.

The messages came after the singer posted a photo on social media and her belly looked rather popping, unlike what many are used to seeing.



On the comments section, fans quickly started congratulating her without really waiting for her official announcement. Kambua hasn’t responded to the messages up to now.

Celebs once in a while have been forced to deny they are pregnant after fans’ speculations. In most cases, many have just come out to say it was bloating. So for Kambua’s case, we better wait till she speaks.


‘My father was not a witch doctor’ Kambua forced to defend family business

Gospel singer Kambua comes from a family that is known for selling herbal drugs. Her late dad, Professor Manundu, was among the first in Kenya to sell herbal drugs through his company Tabibu Cures International.

Many know Tabibu Cures International from its shows on TV when Manundu used to have a show talking about herbal drugs.

With that said, singer Kambua wanted Kenyans to understand that her dad was not a witch doctor, but a natural physician.

“We are an alternative medicine provider and not waganga as often misinterpreted. We use nature to advise people on how they can supplement the modern medicine with diet and well living,” she said.

Taught us persistence

She went on to add that her dad taught her to be resilient and persistent. She also added that she now runs their company and is glad her father taught her the business.

“My dad was a special human being. There was no impossibility in his life. He made everything seem so easy, so doable that sometimes I wonder how I managed to do it all. No doubt he left too big a pair of shoes for anybody to ever fit in,” she said. 

She added:

“My brother and I took over Tabibu cures ministries and many times, we keep referring to ‘How dad would have done this or that’. I miss him alot but I am grateful for the time spent with him.”


“I’m a poor dancer” Singer Kambua welcomes new fans by listing 13 things they should know about her

Singer Kambua has been in the music industry for almost a decade now and she’s one of the best gospel singers Kenya has.

Kambua, who is also a TV host at Citizen, recently reintroduced herself to fans who might not be too familiar with her brand.

She made a list of some random facts about herself which her ardent followers might find very interesting.

Forgot one

Interestingly, the singer, who has been married for almost 7 years now, didn’t share that in her list. The singer has been married to Jackson Mathu since 2012.

That’s the only thing she forgot to list that we think should’ve made to the list and fans should be aware of.

Here’s her list:

1. Kambua is my REAL name
2. I am 5’2″
3. I could live on fish?
4. I am lactose intolerant
5. I got off coffee 2years ago☕
6. I am a Jesus girl??
7. Books & music are my happy place?
8. I am seriously introverted
9. I Strongly dislike cats
10. I am a naturalista & love ankara
11. Women and girls are my heartbeat
12. I dance poorly???
13. I have lived in 2 continents
14. I host a TV show and love it?
15. I appreciate all of you?
#2019 #Restandrestoration #aboutme#funfacts #IamKenyan??


Willy Paul ona hii!! Kambua and EMB artist Mr Seed finally release their anticipated video

Gospel singers Mr Seed and Kambua Manundu have teamed up for their new song titled ‘Happy’.

The two have been hyping fans and on Saturday they finally released the song which is already getting airplay all over.

Taking social media, Mr Seed penned a lovely letter thanking Kambua for working with him. It’s the first time the two artists have hit the studio together and their work is just lovely.


“Hi @kambuamuziki it was an honor working with you.. Thank you for giving me this chance we bless God together… Yo guyz we have a BRAND NEW JAM with KAMBUA titled HAPPY… Kindly click the link in my bio to watch… Lemme know what you think.. God bless,”  he posted.

Kambua also had a special message after releasing the song, having not dropped a new track for sometime now.

“He then saw it fit that @mrseedofficialand I create music that will bring you joy! Friends, HAPPY drops tonight ??‍♀️ Are you ready? Because we are????,” she posted. 

Here’s the song.

Kambua forced to explain yet again why she doesn’t have kids despite being married for years

Singer Kambua recently had to blast a fan who attacked her and inquired why she’s childless despite being married for several years now.

This is a question the singer has battle with for the better part of her life as fans have kept inquiring why she’s not a mother despite being married to husband Jackson Mathu.

She blasted a fan who asked the question recently, telling him to stop bulling her in the name of Christianity.

“Do not come up here telling me about Moses and overseeing commandments. You are not Moses. You are a bully hiding under Christianity, do better,” wrote Kambua. 

“So you think because your avi is that of a baby, then you can sit on a high horse and tell me what the Bible commands about having children? Failure to which, what happens? I’ll go to hell?,” she added. 


Kambua has never really given a clear answer why she has never gotten a child. She has also been trolled for marrying her hubby who many said was too old for her. The two have been married now for almost seven years.


35-year-old actress Kaz to Kenyans: I don’t want babies, It’s not a must

Actress and singer Kaz Lucas doesn’t understand why there’s so much pressure on middle aged women who don’t have a baby.

The actress, who will soon be 36 years old, took to social media to shun those pressuring her to have a child, insisting that it’s not a must. She loves children yes, but having one is not something she lies in her bed dreaming of.

“People really struggle to understand me when I say I don’t want children. I love all the children around me that all my people have already blessed me with. But it’s also okay for people not to want children or the things you think women need to have based on your social construct mind,” complained the singer.

Stop judging

Kaz went to add that people shouldn’t also judge those without kids. It might not be a choice, but rather a condition that has made them child less.

“Not everyone wants the same things which is why we can be different. And not everyone is capable of having children, so next time you feel the need to pressure ask someone about the decisions they make with their bodies, just remember the world doesn’t revolve around your ideals,” she said. 

Kambua talks to her late dad from heaven during Father’s Day 

During Father’s Day on Sunday, many celebs took to social media to thank their dads and husbands.

Gospel singer Kambua took to Instagram to speak to her late dad to tell him how she misses him.

Miss him

Kambua lost her dad in 2014 and she has always been open about how empty she feels without her father.

*Father’s Day* I cannot tell you how many times in the last few years I’ve picked up my phone to call my dad, and then just as quickly remembered that he, one day started off on a journey, on a one-way ticket. I miss him,” she posted.

“Terribly. Everyday. I am a daddy’s girl, unapologetically. He held my hand through decades of my life; I held his hand as the curtain closed on his.???

Listen, if you have your Father, here, now, let him know what he means to you. If you need to make things right, please do. Or at least try. ??? Happy Father’s Day to all of you amazing dads out there working hard to ensure that your tribe is well taken care of. We see you. We appreciate you. ?

Kambua: We all need help from time to time. Life can get so hard sometimes

Singer Kambua has opened up about fighting depression saying that sometimes it’s fine to open up when having a problem.

The singer, who has been attacked more than once by Kenyans online, confessed that sometimes people need to speak up to someone when they are fighting something.

“Look, I’ve sometimes called a friend, or my mom and simply said, “I’m losing the plot”. And they’ve come to my aid. We all need help from time to time. Life can get so hard, but you don’t have to go at it alone. Let me tell you: #Depression is REAL. As real as the air you breathe. I don’t know how many more people we need to lose to suicide in order for us to acknowledge that mental illness is a serious condition that needs treatment like the flu, or cancer… So many of us are fronting while dying a little every day.” 

She went on:

“Too afraid to ask for help because people will talk, judge, or dismiss you. “It’s all in your head”, they say. Well YES it is in the head & heart. A brokenness in the mind, that can be fixed if we allow people to seek help. Someone earlier argued that therapy is expensive- I hear you. But getting help is not limited to sitting with a therapist. It could be a friend, a family member, a colleague… but the moment we make it seem as though there are no options is the very moment we take a plunge.”


“I know of FREE helplines if you want to talk to somebody. Also, if you’re reading this and you’re on the verge of giving up, please don’t give up. Please don’t give up. Please. Don’t give up.”

Kambua: Stop making people feel ‘less than’ because they’re not moms by choice or by circumstance 

Gospel singer Kambua is not happy how Kenyans treat women without kids. Being one of them after staying for almost 6 years in marriage without a baby, Kambua wanted people to stop mocking such women.

“Motherhood is a calling. A great one. But it’s not the only one. Stop all this kosokoso of making people feel “less than” because they’re not moms, by choice or by circumstance.” Kambua tweeted.

Bullied online


This is not the first time she has talked about being childless. While speaking to Amina Abid on the trend, she shared that guys have been bullying her on the issue on social media.

“People will have an opinion over everything, over children. 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, you’re getting old. I remember thinking, the reason why it angers me is that people don’t even know what your journey is like. They don’t know what you’re struggling with. They don’t know if you even want to have children. They don’t know if you can have children and there are so many people especially today who are struggling with infertility. It so unfortunate that we become such a culture of being so intrusive and putting people down. Shaming each other on things like that. I would wish that people would be sensitized. I have people who are close to me who might not be at the forefront like I am but who go through that every day.” She said.

Kambua opens up on being childless in her marriage 

Gospel singer Kambua has been in the headlines several times concerning her marriage in which has not been blessed by a child yet.

During Mother’s Day she posted an emotional post sharing that it hasn’t been easy being married and not having a kid. She has been married for six years now.

Here’s what she said:

“I have debated ALL day about whether I should write this post or not??. 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 #mothersday because it is a constant reminder of what they don’t have, what they lost, or what they may never have,” she said. 

Kambua in her dress


“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, #motherhood 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, K ?? #2018#ReflectionswithKambua #Mothersday.”

This is why gospel singer Kambua was forced to disable her comment sections on social media

Gospel singer Kambua has had different encounters on social media with her fans. In a long post, the singer explained why she’s trying to filter some of the things people say to her and why she has now disabled the comment sections on her Instagram.

Blurring the noise

The singer shared that it’s time she kills the different noises affecting her life and focus on what only makes her better.

kambua and husband

Here is what she said:

“*Long post alert* So for the last couple of weeks I decided to disable my comments on most of my pictures. I know it frustrated some of you and I appreciate all who slid into my DM to find out what the deal was. Anyway, this is it. I have been feeling for a while that there are many voices in my life. Most, well-meaning, but still, many. It’s so easy to lose yourself even to the applause and admiration of people. Social media is such a crazy place I must say! One moment you’re crucified, and the next your praises are sang,” she said.


“Whoa. Such a confusing place to be! I’m learning how to be still. How to be OK without the applause… without the noise. I’m learning that sometimes the voice of The Shepherd can be drowned out by other voices; by the wind, and the storms. And that sometimes The Shepherd speaks, but we cannot possibly hear Him above the racket. So how about you try it. For me, it’s the socials. For you, maybe it’s noise from somewhere else that you just need to tune out for a while. He is always speaking…are you listening? Love always.”

This is the most expensive thing singer Kambua owns in this world

Singer Kambua is not really a show off but says she’s a huge spender. The singer recently opened up on some of the most expensive things she owns and surprisingly it’s not what many expected.

In an interview with Malkia Africa, Kambua shared the most expensive thing she has ever bought is not her car, house or phone but her wedding dress.

“The most expensive thing I ever bought was probably my wedding dress. I fell in love with the dress and I was like ‘okay we have to make it happen’.”  Kambua said.

Kambua in her dress

Stopped being extravagant

The singer also narrated that has stopped spending like she used to. She blamed loneliness for her spendthrift habits.

“I would describe myself as a recovering spendthrift. I got into a crazy habit of shopping while in college because I lived away from home and it was very lonely.” she said.


Kambua remembers her late dad with emotional post on social media

It’s been four years now since gospel singer Kambua lost her dad, Professor Manundu, but it still feels like yesterday to her. The singer has always posted emotional messages on social media as she struggles to move on from the sad memories brought about by his death.

Lost without you

She recently took to social media to share a deep message expressing what she’s feeling and how life has been ever since he left this world. According to her latest post, Kambua shared that she feels empty and broken ever since he passed.

Kambua and her father

09/04/2018. 4 years my Baba. 4! I still feel so so lost without you. My heart breaks every time I think of you. I miss your laugh, your random songs, your booming voice, your smile. I miss you my friend. My day 1. My daddy. I carry you in my heart always. Keep resting in peace ?” She captioned a photo on Instagram.


Gospel singer Kambua forced to explain to prying Christians why she has a tattoo, wears lipstick

Some Christians are busy wondering why Kambua, a gospel singer who is married to a pastor, is doing with a tattoo on her body while the bible clearly discourages that.

“I love my tattoo, I got it when I was in music school. It represents what i do. Not everyone will agree with it but I say confidently that god found me as I was,” said Kambua on Kiss FM answering critics who have been question her fashion sense and the tattoo. 

Ditch lipstick too

Others, according to the singer, are always concerned that she’s wearing lipstick or even a weave. The list is endless. She said that Jesus accepts you just the way you are and that’s why she’s never bothered much by these questions. The singer has a g clef musical sign tattooed on her arm.


She went on:

“It could be the tattoo, the hair the lipstick. I meet people who think if you’re a Christian you shouldn’t wear lipstick. The list is endless. My bottom line is that Christ meets you with grace. He met me and he didn’t say take rid of the tattoo, the trousers” she told kiss FM’s Chito Ndhlovu. 


Jeff Kuria finally speaks after his New Years incident with Kambua

Singer and host Kambua now understands what it means to be trolled by Kenyans on social media.

A week ago she was called out by Kenyans for having portrayed her selfish side while hosting the Vuka Mwaka party at Afraha Stadium with Jeff Kuria.

Also read: Citizen TV’s Joey Muthengi and her brother Holy Dave step out to defend Kambua

Apparently she did not give the young Inooro presenter time to co host with her since she had hogged the mic. This forced Kenyans to react and on 1st January the singer issued an apology to Jeff Kuria.

However after a few hours, the apology had been pulled down sparking more negative comments from fans. While others called her a pretender most concluded that the apology was not genuine but a stunt.

Also read; Kambua deletes the apology she wrote Jeff Kuria after their New Years drama

Inooro’s Jeff Kuria speaks

Jeff Kuria on the other hand maintained his silence until just recently when he spoke to Plive. According to him, this is all in the past and their is no beef between him and Kambua as all is forgiven. He said;

“I have moved on to other stories, these guys are my colleagues, we all make mistakes. Pastor Mark Kariuki told us we have to forgive and move on, and I forgave myself and anyone who has wrong me.”

Has he forgiven Kambua too?

Jeff Kuria concluded to say;

“I have respect for Kambua, even before I came into the industry, when I was growing up I watched her, listened to her music and looked up to her there is no beef between us”