Mung'ala Mbuvi

K24 presenter Mung’ala Mbuvi has revealed that his ex-girlfriend identified as Patricia dumped him for a choirmaster.

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He said Patricia left him in 2016 for their church’s choirmaster.

In 2016 on a day like today, Patricia dumped me for the choirmaster at our church. Yaliyopita si ndwele,’ he posted on his Instagram.

The former Kiss 100 presenter later moved on and three months ago his wife gave birth to a bouncing baby girl.

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Celebrating his daughter’s birthday, he penned a long post, which read,

It feels like it has been forever since I had my own offspring in my arms. The journey has been absolutely amazing thus far. I have gotten to appreciate the sleepless nights, I have mastered the gugu gagas, I reciprocate the innocent smiles and I sing and dance to someone who doesn’t understand what the heck I am doing. I can’t help but remember where we have come from. Just 3months ago, I walked Davina’s mum into Aga Khan University Hospital, tensed AF because I didn’t know what to expect. After 30+ hours of labour, something that seemed like an eternity, I assisted the medical team bring my daughter into this world. Yep, I was there for the entire process! I sanitized my hands, wore gloves, got my hands “dirty and sh*t.” I would love to give you details but y’all know that is a sacred process. What I will tell you though is, if you have never been in a delivery room before, get ready for a battle!

From your bae telling you to shut up, to the midwife telling you to help hold her in position. If you’re lucky, the whole process shouldn’t take more than 20mins (for normal delivery). Yaani by the time we were done, the delivery room looked like a war zone! Blood everywhere. From the equipment to the clothes, to the floor! After that experience, I definitely have a newfound respect for all the mothers out there. Especially Mama Davina who didn’t make a single sound during the entire process. Considering she is a 1st-time mom, that was effin brave! I can’t thank God enough for a healthy baby. S/O to her mum who has been a superwoman all through. Every day I discover something new about our little angel and I can’t wait to see what tomorrow holds. Here is to more blessings, cheers!

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Today my daughter turns 93 days old and although, this ain't the first time I am doing this, it feels like it has been forever since I had my own offspring in my arms. The journey has been absolutely amazing thus far. I have gotten to appreciate the sleepless nights, I have mastered the gugu gagas, I reciprocate the innocent smiles and I sing and dance to someone who doesn't understand what the heck I am doing. I can't help but remember where we have come from. Just 3months ago, I walked Davina's mum into Aga Khan University Hospital, tensed AF because I didn't know what to expect. After 30+ hours of labour, something that seemed like an eternity, I assisted the medical team bring my daughter into this world. Yep, I was there for the entire process! I sanitized my hands, wore gloves, got my hands "dirty and sh*t." I would love to give you details but y'all know that is a sacred process. What I will tell you though is, if you have never been in a delivery room before, get ready for a battle! From your bae telling you to shut up, to the midwife telling you to help hold her in position. If you're lucky, the whole process shouldn't take more than 20mins (for normal delivery). Yaani by the time we were done, the delivery room looked like a war zone! Blood everywhere. From the equipment, to the clothes, to the floor! After that experience, I definitely have a new found respect for all the mothers out there. Especially Mama Davina who didn't make a single sound during the entire process. Considering she is a 1st time mom, that was effin brave! Ingalikua ni mimi, ile nduru ningepiga, ingeskika Darfur! Anyway, Davina has really grown na kananyonya ni kama kanalipwa. I can't thank God enough for a healthy baby. S/O to her mum who has been a super woman all through. Every day I discover something new about our little angel and I can't wait to see what tomorrow holds. Here is to more blessings, cheers!

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