Gospel artiste Kambua knows too well the pain of waiting for years before being a mother.
This is after the the Nasimama hitmaker endured years of being childless, before she welcomed her first born, baby Nathaniel late 2019.
Since then, her story has changed and her happiness skyrocketed after years of being trolled even by people close to her.
Kambua has now made it her calling to always encourage other women going through the same.
Her mission has been to remind them that if she managed to have a baby after more than 5 years of trying, there is light at the end of the tunnel for them as well.
Through a lengthy post, Kambua penned an emotional poem dedicated to the millions of women suffering with infertility issues.
Her message is, the odds might be against them but they should always remember that God is a covenant keeper.
Read her post below,
I woke up thinking about you... The woman who has been waiting and waiting; the woman who just got another negative pregnancy test. I thought of the woman who has done all sorts of tests and her infertility remains "unexplained". I thought of the woman battling all sorts of Fertility issues, how the odds seem stacked high against them. I thought about the woman who easily gets a +ve test but somehow never makes it to the end; miscarriage, after miscarriage. I am thinking about the woman who finally got a miracle conception, heard the heartbeat, and then learned that there was a complication- no more cardiac activity. I am thinking about the woman who went full term, labored, and brought forth a beautiful baby, perfect, only that they didn't cry; they didn't make it to this side of earth. I am thinking of the woman with a baby in the NICU, pleading with God day and night for her baby's life. I am thinking about the couple that has to keep explaining why they "only have one child", because nobody seems to understand that secondary infertility is more difficult than we dare speak of. I am thinking about you because sometimes it seems as though nobody does. God put you heavy on my heart today because this is a journey I know only too well. A journey of pain, loss, despair, but also, a journey of hope. See the odds were against me too. But God had the final say. All it takes is one move from him. I pray that you see with the eyes of faith that your miracle is closer than ever. I don't know how God will do it. Maybe naturally like he did for me, maybe IVF like he's done for others, maybe through the beautiful path of adoption, or perhaps surrogacy... I don't know. What I do know, is that He is a covenant keeper. And he will keep his promise to you.💝