Double Blessings: Mulamwah Counts Another Blessing After Relocating From Slums

Mulamwah is experiencing double blessings this year, for sure. From welcoming his heir to relocating from slums, the comedian is now the newest car owner in town.

Through his Facebook page, the comedian who doubles as a media personality announced the arrival of his new machine, Mercedes Benz E250. He expressed his gratitude to God for making his dream into reality. In addition, he thanked his fans, family and friends for their continued support.

Mulamwah went on to say that he will no longer be a pedestrian because he will always use his new car when necessary. Additionally, he mentioned how helpful the new machine will be when he takes his wife Ruth K. and their infant Kalamwah to the clinic. The comedian expressed gratitude to his wife for her steadfast support.

“GOD DID 💪🙏 proud car owner 💯 mercedes BENZ E250 innit . always move slow but move correctly 💯. thanking God for all the blessings in life . wacha tuanzie ka life apa . thanks to familly, fans & friends for your support and prayers always . kijana ya kitale sasa ni former pedestrian. kalamwah na mama kalamaz clinic wanafika in style sasa . @atruthk thank you for the support always mamake ♥️,” the Facebook post read in part.

Credits: Mulamwah’s Facebook.

Ruth K also seized the chance to congratulate her husband on his accomplishment. She put patience, prayer, hard work, and sacrifice at the heart of Mulamwah’s success. The mother of one expressed her happiness as she asked her fans to recommend a road test destination.

“Results of patience,prayers, hardwork and sacrifices🎉🎉 congratulations baba kalamz for this win♥️ This is worth all the wait🥰🥰help me congratulate the newest car owner in town🎉♥️he really deserves. Am so happy and proud of you I love you♥️.Road test nipelekwe wapi🙈😋,” she wrote.

Credits: Ruth K’s Facebook.

February marked the arrival of the couple’s first child, Oyando Junior aka Kalamwah. Mulamwah had to raise his standard of living because the infant required a growth-promoting environment. This ultimately pushed the comedian to move out of his bedsitter to a three-bedroom apartment on a more upscale part of Nairobi City.


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