• Evelyne's husband Agunda said they agreed to keep their pregnancy away from social media until they welcome their baby.
• Evelyne added that the new generation has gone beyond posting details about their bedroom because of likes and clouts.
Gospel singer Evelyne Wanjiru says despite being excited by the news they were going to be parents, they chose to keep the news to themselves.
The veteran praise and worship singer said some things are meant to be held privately.
Evelyne's husband Agunda said that they agreed to keep their pregnancy away from social media until they welcome their baby.
"We agreed not to tell our fans since some blessings are to be hidden. You don't announce before you harvest. As Christians, we are in a warfare world and not everyone is happy about your blessings," he said.
"Not everything has to go on social media. There are things you need to keep private. Those who know us know that we can never post in our bedroom since it is our sacred place and that is where babies are made from," she said.
The mother of one added that the new generation has gone beyond sharing their bedroom life for likes and clouts.
"For us it is not about clout, having waited for God for some things to happen, we hold some things so dearly and cover them until they manifest."
The couple is looking forward to enjoying the journey of parenthood. Agunda said he can't wait to treat his child the best way that God will allow him to.
Evelyne said she would love her son to know that he was given the name 'Mshindi' by his late grandpa since he will be a winner in all he does in life.
"Your entire family is so in love with you! We are excited to see you grow and become that great person God intended you to be!"