Churchill Show comedians Nasra Yusuf and Director Rashid are in mourning following the death of their unborn baby.
The couple shared the bad news in a statement shared on Nasra’s social media platforms sparking reactions from netizens who sympathized with her.
She shared a photo lying on an hospital bed with a drip noting that it was the saddest day in her life.
Nasra noted that she was looking forward to meet her unborn baby and she was ready for anything that comes with being a new mother.
“This picture was taken on the saddest day of my adult life. Loosing my little angel before I even met him/her makes it even harder to process. I was way too excited for this journey, I had everything, from the name, to the sort of life he/she would have all figured out in my mind
“How I wish I just saw your little face my baby but Alhamdhulilah that is what I said when I first learnt about your coming and it is what I said when you left may you be the reason i get into paradise amin,” she wrote.
She, however, noted that she has accepted the loss of her child, further gushing over her husband for the support she has gotten from him during the difficult time.
“And finally they say everything happens for a reason and I do agree, because during this difficult process, I got to see what kind of a man I was really married to manze. This man was broken, I’d never seen him that sad, but still, he chose to be strong for me, comforting me when he also needed to be comforted and going above and beyond to ensure that I got the best treatment
“His constant reassurance that “babe niko hapa, we will go through this pamoja and tutakuwa sawa pamoja” meant a lot hey babe, I appreciate you more now and I love you more now and I’ll always choose you above anyone and anything, I always have and I always will,” Nasra added.
Nasra and Rashid announced their pregnancy through their social media pages in June 2022.
“This is the happiest I have been in a long time. I’m in love with a woman I haven’t met yet can’t wait to meet you my baby imagine having a child with the love of your life. I love you,” Nasra wrote.
Do you have a story you would like us to publish? Please reach us through [email protected] or call/SMS +254 731 469269