- Famous Kikuyu singer Regina of Anga Niwe gospel song is in pain after she exhumed her child’s remains
- Without disclosing much, the gospel musician said her child’s grave was no longer accepted, and she thus had to move the remains
- In her touching social media post, the singer said she was in too much pain and prayed that God healed her; the child died 12 years ago
Renowned Kikuyu singer Regina has poured out her heart on social media after she was forced to exhume the remains of her child, whom she buried 12 years ago.
Regina, whose popular Kikuyu gospel song Anga Niwe thrust her into the limelight, could not hold her pain as she was forced to relive the pain of losing her child, who died 12 years ago.
In a heartbreaking Facebook post, the melodious singer, without disclosing much, said her child had been rejected in the place where she had been buried, and so she had to unearth her remains for reburying.
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“Oh God, what shall I do! Please heal my heart, I beseech you. Remember any little good thing I have ever done to please you. Give me the ability to raise the rest of the kids.
“My child Ann Sharon Ruguru, we buried you 12 years ago. Now I have come to collect your bones I rebury you somewhere else because you have been rejected wherever we had buried you. May now your bones and spirit rest in eternal peace .. . My daughter, rest well till we meet again, “she said.
Netizens comfort Regina
After she posted the heartbreaking video, netizens trooped to the comment section to comfort her.
Here are some of the comments:
News anchor Winrose Wambui said:
“Jesus Christ! Why all this? Regina, may the Prince of Peace supply you with His peace that surpasses human understanding.”
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DJ Preacher said:
“No! This is so bad. May God encourage you, Regina, in Jesus’ name.”
Shiku Yule Mpole said:
“May God give you strength, Regina, and your entire family. Hugs mum.”
Kenyan woman loses 2 children in fire accident
This incident unravelled just a couple of days after another Kenyan woman mourned the death of her two children in a house fire.
The two children, aged five and three, died on the night of Sunday, October 23, after the house they were sleeping in was razed down by a mysterious fire.
The children’s mother, Pesh Wanjiku, was working in Qatar, and she took to social media to mourn her little ones.
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