Kenyan Singer, Nancy Masara Shares Her Message Of Hope After 14-Years Of Barrenness, Welcomes Triplets

Kenyan singer and songwriter, Nancy Masara and husband, Abel Mokaya tried to conceive for 14-years before they welcomed a set of triplets less than 2-years ago.
While going through the challenge, Nancy, who was stigmatized by her people became desperate and advised her husband to seek another woman.
Taking to her Facebook page, the now joyful mom-of-3 wrote:
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“In the sight of the lord I can’t hide my joy or what God has done to me, no challenge is permanent when God says yes no man can say no, maybe ure in situation where u feel like giving up, maybe u re asking God questions why he has not answered your prayers,maybe people re calling you names which u can’t understand, u have nowhere to hide your head don’t be tired or never give up the best place to be is at the feet of Jesus, no prayer can be answered in Jesus name, one day, time, sec God will take away your shame and pain in Jesus name. Thanks God for triple joy..”

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In her interview with People’s Daily, Nancy beamed with joy as she looked at her triplets – Patience Mokaya, Esther Kemunto and Samuel Elias playing around the house.
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She said:

“I sometimes look at the children and wonder whether they are really mine. I got married at 22 years and getting a child was never part of my concern. That is until I turned 30. I started visiting hospitals including herbal facilities to look for answers.

Deep in my heart, I had started giving up and I expected my husband to be cheating on me because all tests had shown that he was okay.
I had already allowed him although I would cry silently. I was surprised when he told me he was not ready to let me go. He repeatedly assured me he would be by my side forever. He even suggested that we adopt a child if God had not planned a biological child for us. The number of hospitals I visited in this country in search of a child are more than I can remember.”
Nancy’s story changed when she met a gynaecologist and fertility expert at Pandya Memorial Hospital, Mombasa; who told her there was a 50-50 chance of becoming a mother. The doctor put her on medication and she would go for frequent check-ups to monitor the situation. In December, 2016; her story changed.
“I remember it was mid-morning when the doctor broke the most exciting news I have ever had in my life—that I had conceived… I was torn between crying and jumping in joy.”
That announcement marked a new beginning full of hope for her but it came with financial strains.
“We would spend up to Sh20,000 per month just for antenatal clinic.”
She added that her husband who works at a local clearing and forwarding agency was forced to take a Sh500,000 loan to enable them settle some of the growing hospital bills.
The triplets born on July 7, 2017; through Caesarean section (CS) were delivered in a space of two minutes apart and were put under special care as they were born prematurely. The first weighed 1.1 kg, the second weighed 1.8 kg while the third weighed 1.7 kg.

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