The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Nyota Ndogo - I'm Not Pregnant

Nyota Ndogo recently released a spanking new song, Tunataka Amani, which highlights the cost of violence. ( Resource: Nyota Ndogo - Amani Tunataka

Coast songbird Nyota Ndogo has come out to deny claims that she is pregnant.

The 31-year-old mother of two was the topic on social media over claims that she could be expecting baby number three. The discussion was later picked up by a number of Mombasa based radio stations.

The singer, real name Mwanaisha Abdhallah, sort to dismiss the speculations saying, "I have just put on weight and I'm at a point in my life where I'm relaxed. It is too early for me to be getting a third child. My second born is just two years old now."

Nyota recently launched a nationwide campaign for peace and she will be shooting the music video for the campaign song titled Tunataka Amani next week. The song will be packaged into CDs to be distributed to all radio and TV stations and to fans "for free to get the message of peace out there".

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