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Mulamwah hires Vijana Barubaru to serenade Ruth K in hospital, hire G wagon

Comedian David Oyando, famously known as Mulamwah, went above and beyond to welcome his newborn son with partner Ruth K.

Amidst the joyful atmosphere at the hospital, Mulamwah orchestrated a surprise serenade by Vijana Barubabu artists and arranged for a luxurious G Wagon to transport Ruth K and their son home.

Mulamwah spared no effort in ensuring that the arrival of their first child together was marked with unforgettable moments.

With the melodic tunes of Vijana Barubabu’s hits filling the hospital room, Kantu’s rendition of their popular song “Sasa Hivi” added an extra touch of magic to the occasion.

Accompanied by a bouquet of beautiful flowers, the serenade brought smiles to the faces of the new parents.

The couple, overwhelmed with joy, took to social media to share their happiness with the world.

In a post on February 10, Mulamwah and Ruth K introduced their son, Oyando Junior, to their followers, expressing their profound love and commitment to nurturing him into a responsible individual.

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Ruth K’s heartfelt message encapsulated the sheer bliss of motherhood, as she cradled her newborn son in her arms.

“From the moment I first held you in my arms, I just knew you were the missing puzzle in my life,” she wrote.

“Can’t wait to make more memories with you and watch you grow into the incredible person you are loved so much baby Kalamwa.”

Mulamwah, brimming with pride, hailed his son as the heir to his legacy. “God is great, finally our boy is here, the heir is here, the king is here,” he exclaimed.

“Welcome to the world my son, it’s the best feeling in the world to finally see and hold you. Can’t wait for us to grow and make memories together.”

In a touching tribute to his partner, Mulamwah expressed gratitude for Ruth K’s unwavering support.

“Thanks for standing by my side always, I feel whole again, I feel restored,” he said. “I am happy, families are now happy, the whole world is happy.”

However, amidst the joyous occasion, Mulamwah finds himself entangled in a dispute with his ex-girlfriend, Carol Sonnie, with whom he shares a daughter.