Kambua on how child loss can really affect a parent

• Her second son Malachi came less than two years after she welcomed her first born.

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Ex-Citizen TV host, Kambua, has encouraged women who have lost kids saying the pain eases with time.

Kambua shared the message as she commemorated a year since she lost her second-born son Malachi.

He died not long after his birth. Through her socials Kambua penned;

"This is for every parent who has had to endure the pain of losing a child. Everyone who has had a miscarriage, a failed IVF procedure, multiple negative tests, unexplained infertility, I can relate in some ways. I know the darkness. I know the pain. I know the heaviness."


"But I also know that the pain eases and the darkness lifts. I know that if you allow God, you will never walk alone. He’ll be right there beside you.

Holding you close, wiping your tear, lifting you. It’s been a year since Malachi, and I have experienced what I can only summarize as Shalom- the peace; the perfection of God."

Kambua says the pain of losing a child makes one feel like their heart can't function adding that God has been faithful to her and her family.

"Today, right now, a baby’s heart somewhere just stopped beating, and if it’s anything like what I felt, you feel like yours stopped beating as well. But beloved, even at this moment, remember you are still here.

And God is STILL a good Father who loves you deeply. May you feel him closer now more than ever. You are loved, and I’m praying for you."

Kambua's journey to motherhood has not been an easy one. After years of ridicule and stigmatization, Kambua welcomed her first child in 2019, 7 years after she got married.

Her second son Malachi came less than two years after that, sadly he did not stay around to see what life had in store for him.

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