• The UN employee who is married to Guardian Angel was an only child.
The wife of the gospel singer Guardian Angel, Mrs Esther Musila has remembered her parents Mr and Mrs Musila who died several years ago.
On Thursday morning, the mother of three posted a memory photo of her two parents that was taken during their youth.
Ms. Musila celebrated the two and prayed for their souls to rest in peace while also opening up about how much she misses them.
"Mr. and Mrs. Musila. We miss them. Continue to rest in peace," Esther Musila said under the photo of her late parents that she published.
In May last year, the 53-year-old accountant remembered his late mother about seven years after she passed away.
While celebrating her parent, Mrs. Musila mentioned the deceased as the main pillar of her life.
"You taught me to appreciate every day of my life and to live as if there is no tomorrow. I was raised by a strong woman and I know you always stood by me," she said on Instagram.
Musila prayed for her parents to rest in peace and expressed how proud she was of the years they shared together.
However, she expressed how she wished the deceased was alive so that she could witness her progress and meet her hubby, Guardian Angel.
"Mom, I wish you would live longer to meet the most beautiful man in my life now. I know you would be very happy to see me in this new position and I know we would be singing your favorite songs together," she said.
She added, "Your grandchildren have also made you proud as you would have wanted them to do. Keep watching over us all until one day we meet again. We miss you and we love you forever mom."
Musila revealed that her mother died in her sleep, just a few hours after she and her brother visited her. She described the day her mother died as the darkest day of her life while recounting the events that followed.
"Seven years ago, this morning, I received a call that my dear mother had died in her sleep. This was less than 12 hours after my brother Fred and I had gone to the village for the weekend. It was the worst day of our lives."
"I still don't know how we found the strength to drive to Machakos, it really seemed like a dream. I firmly believe to this day that the Almighty solved it in his own way and wanted us to spend the last hours of my mother's life with her," she said.