Of course, childbirth is very important, because it can be a source of wealth for some parents. Many parents need God to give them the means to cope with the frustrations of the world, later on when they feel overwhelmed.
A bright shining day falls on top of a mother of a Kenyan musician named Masauti. The singer and his younger sister do not use their wealth to do inappropriate things. They diverted the wealth to please their mother.
What the Singer and Sister did to their mother;
In a message posted on the singer verified Instagram account, Masauti described how he was working on building a house for his mother with the help of his younger sister, who revealed her name as Nusraa.
In the message, he added a video in which he stated that his goal at all times was to help his mother. Next to Masauti mother's house, he added a picture of a shop labelled "M-Pesa Shop" where he added that it also belonged to his mother.
See some photos of the building;
Despite the fact that the building was local, this did not interrupt his followers from praising his caring, compassion and generosity to his mother.
Here are some of the reaction people posted;
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