Kambua Speaks on International Bereaved Mothers’ Day

Gospel artist Kambua has spoken out about how she celebrated this year’s International Bereaved Mother’s Day. This day is marked on the first Sunday in May.

Highlighting the day’s significance, Kambua honored mothers who have lost children. She also acknowledged that it is an acknowledgment of women who face challenges in motherhood due to infertility or other health issues.

Kambua received touching gifts, including fragrances that had special meaning to her. She also extended her support and sympathy to other mothers who have also lost children and offered a shared grief journey.

Known for her advocacy of maternal health, Kambua bravely shared her story of loss, talking about the death of her second child, Malaki, shortly after birth. She expressed gratitude for the love and the care her son received from the doctors and the strength they gave him in the faith during that difficult time.

“Today is International Bereaved Mother’s Day, and so this gift from @treasured_scents for me and my mom completely warmed my heart. There’s something about good scents that pulls at my heartstrings.”Kambua said.

“I’m sending hugs to every angel mom I’ll one day tell you how one of my bestie’s indulged me in my time of grief by helping me make a massive order at Bath and body works- only for us to later find that 80% of the order was hand wash but the retail therapy was still very effective. Perfume, etc will always be a perfect pick me up for me (now you know). How about you? What’s your love language? Chocolate? Flowers? Food?” Kambua said on Instagram.

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