Phenny Awiti with bae
Awiti with her new man

Kenyan woman Phenny Awiti living with HIV/AIDs is heavily pregnant with her third child.

Awiti’s two daughters are HIV negative and she is always sharing her experiences on raising the two.

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The brave mother, who has been using social media to fight stigma associated with HIV has revealed that her mzungu husband is also HIV positive.

She shared a photo with her young family, flaunting her burgeoning baby bump, and it attracted more than 3k likes.

Phenny Awiti
Phenny Awiti with her husband and daughters

I don’t know how it feels like to be HIV Negative, but I know that I and Baba Bread are both HIV Positive and gladly raising these two beauties who are free from the virus. I cannot wait for another bundle of joy who is HIV Negative! 🙏🙏🙏 It is so rejuvenating breaking the barrier of HIV and stigma to the younger generation,’ Awiti wrote.

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Thousands of Kenyans flooded the post, praising Awiti for her boldness. Below are the comments;

Kenyan Lugari Boy If you feel like you’re losing everything, remember that trees lose their leaves every year and still they stand tall and wait for better days to come. I’ve always admired you osiepna

David Ojango You are so much inspirational, words that change the life of others and change people’s bad thought and perception, May God always be there right by your side and bless you abundantly

Herina Achieng Aries Beautiful gorgeous Family I love you ♥

Mami Mbuya very true dear, the ones living HIV- are more in fear than the +VE individuals,trust me better live a positive life with full acceptance

Pamei J Peters This is what I love reading and seeing each day😍💝💓 I love you so much😘

Dorothy Okeyo This picture speaks volumes am blessed to read this.

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