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“I honour you,” Joyce Omondi’s Birthday Message to her Husband , Journalist Waihiga Mwaura

Popular Gospel Musician Joyce Omondi celebrated her husband Journalist Waihiga Mwaura in a sweet message on social media on his birthday .Joyce took to her Instagram page with a special message for her husband on his special day .

” Happy Birthday to my best friend and the love of my life #theonehekeptforme  @WaihigaMwaura ,I am so proud of who you are and the amazing man you continue to become. I admire you. I honour you and I bless God for you .Aheri.”

Joyce described her husband as her best friend . She shared photos they took while together and by the look of things , the Chemistry between the two is undeniable.

The two love birds met while they were working for Citizen TV. Waihiga worked as a Sports news anchor while Joyce hosted the Rauka show.Despite   being in the limelight, the two managed to keep their relationship under wraps until on their wedding day.

While asked why they chose to keep their relationship away from the public, the two concurred that they loved each other and they had to protect what they had together. The couple was adamant that that was their policy .

“…Anything precious is kept hidden and that is our policy.” The couple revealed during an interview with Salon Magazine .

After tireless efforts in pursuing Joyce, Waihiga finally walked her down the aisle in a colourful wedding at Sawela lounge on December 2018.

Waihiga is an award winning journalist.He bagged the CNN multichoice Africa award in 2012  as well as the Mo Amin Africa award in 2015. After quitting Citizen TV, Waihiga’s wife landed a new job at Switch T.V where she hosts a weekly lifestyle show on weekdays.

Mrs. Waihiga took to her Instagram page to share the news on her new job in the fast rising company.

“…join me every Monday to Friday live from 8-9 a.m. for #fullcirclewithJoyce . My brand new talk and lifestyle show on @ Switchtvke starting this Monday January 7th . I’m looking forward to honest, authentic, and inspiring conversations…” Joyce wrote