Actor Machachari might be all grown up but the pain of losing his mother while still young remains fresh till date. Having lost his mother Wanade, real name Beth Nyambura Mbaya, who was an actor too; Baha aka Tyler and his brother have learnt to lean and depend on each other for 7 years now.
According to reports the late Wanade passed on in 2013 after a long struggle with cancer. She had however raised her sons the right way; and I am guessing this is why Tyler has turned out just fine!
The popular actor however left many with tears in their eyes after he shared a never seen before photo of his mummy to celebrate her birthday; despite knowing that she was already gone and is now in a better place.
Through his Instagram page, Baha went on to write;
Today’s your Birthday Momma😪🙏🏾♥️🖤 I Celebrate you on this Day coz I now understand how hard it was raising two fine young men😔 Love you Forever Mummy❣️👼
Wanade the actress
For those who are not aware, Wanade was popularly known for her role on TV show Mother in Law from back in the day. Unlike the characters you are used to, the late Wanade kept her content new and exciting; hence winning many over.
However after her untimely death, she not only left a blank space in her sons hearts but also fans who adored her role on the TV show. Anyway, although she is gone, we also celebrate her for the legacy she left behind. Indeed she will never be forgotten.
Actor Tyler Mbaya, popularly known as Baha, has revealed his next move now that Machachari is no longer on TV.
Baha spoke to Word is saying that it was unfortunate the show was canceled but he’s moving to the next phase now.
“Honestly, I felt bad. However, everything that has a start has an end as well. I have had memories. We’ve bonded with people on set and for me, it’s like a bittersweet thing because it will allow people to go into the next step of life.” he said.
Explaining what he’s up to now that he won’t be on TV any time soon, Baha said that he’s focusing on his Youtube channel.
“I want to create a YouTube station. It shouldn’t be one type of content. You can get comedy, reality shows, movies and almost everything the youths want to watch. Like a diverse platform,” he said.
“At the moment, I don’t have the financial power to get into TV, but I can create shows as a producer and put them online. I have started a series called ‘Budah In Shawt’ because Africans love telling stories. We have a unique way of telling them. Thus I want to educate and at the same time entertain.”
Popular Machachari actor Malik Lemuel aka Govi has turned 18 years. This is a kid we have watched growing up and we feel we have known almost our whole life since he started acting at a very young age.
On social media, his mum, Suzanne Njoki, posted a message celebrating his birthday.
“TODAY IS A BIG DAY PRAISE THE LORD with ME as I celebrate my son LEMUEL AS HE TURNS 18, you’re my firstborn, my strength, and the first fruit of my vitality,” she said.
“Years have flown by and here you are now, you are one of God’s most beautiful masterpieces. Today is a day to celebrate His works and a gift to us all. Thank you for the warmth you have brought to our lives. May the abundance of the Love of Christ fill all the days of your life. I can go on and on.
I decree and declare May you my son Lemuel walk before God, as King David walked, with integrity of heart and uprightness, doing according to all that You have commanded him, and keeping Your statutes and rules (1 Kings 9:4). Like Timothy, may you my son Lemuel be an example to believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity (1 Timothy 4:12) and finally when all is said and done and you have lived and served Christ to the full age may you make heaven in Jesus name. So shall it be. Happy birthday my Prince .welcome to the new era. Glory to God.”
Govi also had a special message for himself, sharing a few photos to go with the message.
“So this is Mr Malik Lemuel a package delivered in Nairobi by Suleiman Mwarabu and Suzzane Njoki on a day like this. A guy known personally by few and known by many coz of an electronic box…man for all the people who’ve been by my side I love ya’ll. And for the filmmakers in KE let’s take this Kenyan dream overseas. Birthdays are gifts to each and every human and when it’s yours enjoy it to the fullest. Once again thanks and I love you all.”
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