King Kaka’s wife Nana Owiti narrates how she carried a dead fetus
Nana Owiti, the wife of popular Kenyan rapper King Kaka has opened up on the pain she experienced through a miscarriage.
King Kaka, born Kennedy Ombima, was captured in a family portrait on the photo-sharing app Instagram with the mother of two who revealed that she did not know that she was carrying a dead fetus for a long time.
“In April 2014, I went to the washroom and saw a blood stain. Very fast I Google and somewhere hapo napata ooh! Sijui implantation bleeding,” Nana’s her post briefed.
The blood stain prompted her to visit a hospital where a scan was conducted.
“The sonographer calls another Sonographer and I hear. ‘Hakuna!’
“Anyway I ask ‘hakuna nini?’ the first sonographer says ‘hakuna heartbeat’…
“I gave King (Kaka) a quick glance and quickly gave those two sonographer another one expecting a ‘We just fooled you!’ My God! There was no taking back their words. I died a little. King was confused and I some more. I walked out first and sat by the hallway of the hospital.”
According to Nana, not only was she worried that her relationship with King Kaka would suffer a blow but also that she would never be able to carry a pregnancy to term.
But Nana’s worries were short-lived as three months later, she conceived Gweth, their first born daughter. Three years later, she got pregnant and delivered a bouncing baby boy, Prince Iroma.
“If you are going through this turmoil, I promise time is a healer and it shall be well. Your blessing is coming. Cry if you have to, sleep if you feel like, and talk to a counselor. Chin up and pray and hope for the best. When the doc waves that Green flag, do not be scared to take off. Try again,” concluded Nana.