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“Sina mimba ingine!” Mulamwah warns young women pleading with him to impregnate them

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Renowned Kenyan comedian David Oyando, popularly known as Mulamwah, jokingly stated that many women have been sending him messages requesting to bear children for him.

In a post on Instagram, the father of two children jokingly cautioned women who want him to impregnate them, stating that he doesn’t have another ‘pregnancy’.

“Kijana cha kitale, full-time hustler,” Mulamwah captioned beneath his photo, which he posted on Wednesday.

He further mentioned how he dislikes posting his pictures because many ladies often follow him in direct messages (DM) asking him to impregnate them.

“By the way, I don’t like posting myself much because I am often bothered by ladies asking for pregnancy; kindly ladies, I don’t have another pregnancy,” he said.

The father of two children requested ladies who love him to maintain their love for him professionally and not to expect to get pregnant from him.

This comes just a few weeks after the comedian welcomed his second child, Oyando Jr, also known as Kalamwah.

Mulamwah and his partner, Ruth K, announced the birth of their first child together on February 10 through their social media pages.

While announcing the good news, Mulamwah expressed his great intention to build memories with his son.

“GOD IS GREAT, finally, our boy is here, the heir is here, the KING is here – @oyando_jnr aka Kalamwah, welcome to the world my son, it’s the best feeling in the world finally to see you and hold you. I can’t wait for us to grow and make memories together,” he said.

He also acknowledged his co-parent, Ruth K, and thanked her for giving him his second child and being there for him all the time.

“Thank you so much @atruthk for this beautiful and amazing gift, thank you for always being there for me,” he said.

He added, “I feel complete again, I feel restored, I am happy, the family is now happy, the whole world is happy, ♥️♥️. I wish you a long and healthy life, my son, and all the best in the world. Many blessings. Welcome KALAMWAH!! long life oyando.”

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