Media personality Janet Mbugua has finally spoken up for the first time after giving birth.
The former Citizen TV anchor has revealed that she had a health scare after giving birth to her second born child.
I underwent a surgical procedure next to my newborn, and it was insane. I had multiple meltdowns and I thank my family members (both mine and my hubby’s) for being supportive. They were there for me. Most incredible families.
Janet Mbugua, who is among the most-respected personalities, added that;
I was hospitalized for two weeks and been on a recovery journey for one and a half weeks. It has been really tough, but I’m back getting healthier.
The mother of two, who’s recuperating at home, has been away from social media for three weeks and she said;
I needed a minute to get into routine with my newborn baby, and its faring on well.
I thank God for my life because people go through worse during child birth. Glad to be back, healthier and happy.
Mbugua has revealed that she will be talking more about her pregnancy journey on her vlog in a four-part series starting from Monday.
The Lifebuoy brand ambassador has called upon Kenyans to help Njambi Koikai, who has been battling thoracic endometriosis, to help her raise money for her treatment.
Njambi has thoracic endometriosis. She’s such a soldier. let’s stand with her and help her raise the remaining Ksh.2.6 million for her treatment.
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Today being the girl child day, Janet posted a message on social media, which read;
It’s #DayOfTheGirl 2018! This year’s theme is “With Her: A Skilled Girl Force”, join @unicef_kenya and UN Women as we stand with girls everywhere as they inspire, innovate and take charge of their own future #InuaDada
The 1.1 billion girls of today’s world are challenging the status quo. They’re redefining girlhood and while that’s amazing to see, they still face so many adversities, such as child marriage. I’m going to #VowForGirls with millions across the world, to fight for an end to this practice. (You can do the same by posting a pic of your ring finger and using the hashtag). Thank you to those that joined my IG Live moments ago! Be sure to look out for a new video from me on Monday 😊 Love and light, my people ❤️✨