The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Let Me Mourn My Husband in Peace - Meg C

Singer-come-video vixen Meg C has refuted rumours that she is pregnant. Meg C says she read from blogs that she was allegedly five months pregnant and that a Nairobi-based CEO was responsible for the pregnancy.

The rumours further claimed that the CEO was forcing her to abort. "Abortion is a crime for God's sake! I have my two children and that's all I know and I'm still proud as a mother. I have been indoors all this time planning my late husband's fourth anniversary since he died. It is very unfortunate that people could say this hurtful thing about me yet I'm in Mombasa mostly indoors taking care of my two children," Meg C told Word Is.

"When I lost my husband I was only three months pregnant with my second child and a according to the Muslim sharia, it was mandatory that I stay indoors till my next period. Basically I stayed indoors for a year. Since then I have not even had time to go out and meet someone else because I have to take care of my children," said the soft spoken singer who has now changed her stage name to Numa.

Meg C will be commemorating her husband's death anniversary in Mombasa with family and close friends on January 31. She revealed that she is working on making a comeback in the music industry.

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