Kambua's touching consolation message to Davido

The singer herself lost a son early last year

The singer has consoled Davido on his child loss
Kambua Manundu. The singer has consoled Davido on his child loss
Image: Instagram

After losing his three-year-old son, singer Kambua has written an emotional letter to Nigerian musician Davido.

The mother of two characterized the passing of a child as devastating and heartbreaking on her Instagram page.

She continued by asking God to give solace to the singer and his wife.


"The death of a child is unnatural. It's tragic. So heartbreaking. May God comfort David and his wife. A few weeks ago I said- the smallest coffins are the heaviest. May the God of all comfort be near them," she wrote.

Kambua had said a month ago that she has not yet recovered from the death of her second child.

The celebrated artist shared on her Instagram Stories how hard it was for parents to carry their child's casket.


"The smallest coffins are the heaviest. One day I will tell you about that. Not today, someday."

Adding; "If you know someone who has had a miscarriage, a stillbirth, infant loss call them, text them. Let them know they are loved. Let them know their baby mattered," Kambua advised.

She also encouraged parents who have gone through a child loss to allow God to take the course.

"This is for every parent who has had to endure the pain of losing a child. I everyone who has had a miscarriage, a failed IVF procedure, multiple negative tests, or unexplained infertility, I can relate in some ways. I know the darkness. I know the pain. I know the heaviness."


"But I also know that the pain eases and the darkness lifts. I know that if you allow God, you will never walk alone. He’ll be right there beside you. 

Holding you close, wiping your tear, lifting you. It’s been a year since Malachi, and I have experienced what I can only summarize as Shalom- the peace; the perfection of God."

Kambua lost her son Malachi on February, 15th 2021.

On February 11, 2022, Kambua's late son Malachi would have turned one year.

To celebrate his birthday Kambua and her husband cut a cake in memory Malachi.