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Karangu Muraya demonstrates amicable co-parenting with special holiday for daughters

Akorino musician Karangu Muraya has exemplified the potential for harmonious co-parenting by organising a holiday for his daughters with his anonymous baby mama.

The artist, known for his contributions to the Kenyan music scene, showcased his commitment to fostering positive relationships within his family.

Initially, Karangu had planned a Mombasa getaway for his wife and their three children.

Upon their return, he continued the spirit of family bonding by arranging another trip through Expeditions Maasai Safaris.

This time, he treated his two daughters from a previous relationship to a three-day holiday in Mombasa.

While Karangu maintains a level of privacy regarding his baby mama, he has previously shared glimpses of his connection with his two elder daughters through online posts.

In a recent Facebook update on December 22, the outspoken musician shared that his two daughters were en route to a vacation arranged by the esteemed tour company, Expeditions Maasai Safaris.

He expressed deep affection for his daughters and extended gratitude to Mr Pancras Karema, the CEO of Expeditions Maasai Safaris, for facilitating the holiday.

“Go and enjoy your holiday, my girls… your father loves you,” expressed Mr. Muraya.

Accompanied by heartwarming photos of his daughters boarding the plane for their vacation, he added a statement conveying his appreciation.

“Special thanks to my brother Pancras Karema of Expeditions Maasai Safaris for providing a holiday for my girls. I am truly grateful,” he noted.

Karangu is presently in India, offering support to two Kenyans who sought assistance through his platform to raise funds for medical treatment.

Fans and well-wishers have commended Karangu for being a dedicated father, with comments such as:

Jacinta Kuria: You are a great dad. May God bless you for taking care of your daughters.

Waruguru White: Beautiful girls! Karangu, you are great! Men must learn to love and continue looking after their children even if they are no longer with the kids’ mothers.

Evalyn Wambui: You are a great dad for taking care of your daughters. Now, post about their mother tomorrow.

Euny Mutahi: When you have the best co-parent. God bless you for taking care of your girls.

Karangu had previously shared his perspective on the impact of drama-free co-parenting on happiness, noting that having a baby mama without drama brings joy to a man’s life.

“Having a baby mama who does not love dram makes a man happy,” he shared.