“My father taught me about being a bold, a confident woman and loving God. Everything I have become I owe to him for instilling confidence in me. Reminding me that I was able to accomplish whatever it is I set out to do,” Kambua said.
The Bado Nasimama hit singer who got married to popular pastor Jackson Mathu has never let critics deter her from doing what she loves most; singing and spreading the gospel to the younger generation.
“He led by example and saw him try on so many different things. He told me it was okay to try and fail but to keep trying.”
“He told me I was beautiful. I have never had any doubt when criticism has been thrown my way about my physical appearance, the person I am because the most important man in my life already told me I was beautiful.”
Kambua revealed that his father was her greatest support and he was always there for her.
“My dad loved people and celebrated people. I’m not only to learning to emulate him but even be a better person to make him proud. I thank him for the role that he played in my life.”
The Kubamba TV host reminisces on the great moments she shared with her father and she wished that he was alive to see the type of daughter she has grown into.
“I wish my father was alive to see the confident daughter I have become.”