Gospel singer Wahu has urged fathers to be more involved in their daughters’ lives. She said this to Comedian Daniel “Churchill” Ndambuki during the Churchill Show recording in Ngong.
Fathers of girls, I want to tell you that your girl needs your attention more than she needs your money
Wahu said girls need their fathers to be more present in their lives to give them confidence in future.
“…especially if you are raising teenagers. You may go out there to look for money, but spend more time with your girls so that they will not go out looking for attention from other men,” she said.
Wahu is a mother of two girls, Tumiso and Nyakio. She praised her late dad for bringing out the best in her.
“My dad gave me the attention I needed and I did not go out there to look for other kinds of male attention.”
Wahu and her husband Nameless (David Mathenge), will be celebrating 14 years in marriage this year.
“Nameless is an amazing guy and I never see him as a celeb, I see him as Baba Tumiso who is very supportive in raising our girls,” she said.