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Diamond’s ex, Jokate Mwegelo, flaunts baby bump in stunning photoshoot

By Winnie Mabel December 16th, 2022 2 min read

Jokate Mwegelo, one of Tanzanian superstar singer Diamond Platinumz’s many ex-girlfriends has shared stunning photos from her baby bump photoshoot.

Draped in a black and white silk halter neck and one-handed gown, with her hair arranged in a beautiful chignon bun hairstyle with wisps hanging on the front, Jokate made for a lovely mother to be as she posed in front of a pampas grass and candles décor arrangement in the photo studio.

The socialite who is currently the District Commissioner for Temeke, Dar es Salaam, shared the photos captioned with beautiful life affirming words for women who are longing to have and hold children of their own.

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“No woman will lose her pregnancy or be barren in your land. And I will grant you long life. Amen. (Exodus 23:26),” she wrote.

News of her pregnancy sparked speculation over who the father of the baby could be, considering this is not information she has shared before even after rumours began that she was pregnant months ago.

Among those who congratulated her were fashion model Flaviana Matata, American-based singer Vanessa Mdee, who is also currently pregnant with her second baby with fiancé, Rotimi, socialites Wema Sepetu and Aunty Ezekiel (both of whom were also rumoured to have dated Diamond at one time), Kenyan singer Akothee and a host of other well wishers.

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“Congratulations again my sister! Welcome to the most fulfilling hood on earth – motherhood,” said The Vimbai.

“Congratulations my love. Watching you as a mother has been more than a joy and a blessing. Here’s to many more amazing days ahead with our little one. I’m coming for my godbaby asap,” said Desideria Mwegelo.

In one of the comments, Jokate’s sister hinted that the unborn baby is a girl.

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