- Moshe Ndiki had decided on having a child of his own a while back as he had been consulting with a fertility clinic
- Taking to social media, Moshe announced that his surrogate is pregnant and he's going to be a dad
- Moshe's big news was well received and fans flocked to congratulate him
Moshe Ndiki just made one of the biggest announcements of 2020; he is going to be a father! After all that has been going on in Moshe’s life, this is literally the last thing anyone expected to hear.
Choosing to become a parent is a huge decision that takes many a long time to make. Becoming a parent is the single most amazing blessing life grants you.
Briefly.co.za came across Moshe’s big announcement post, and like everyone else, was shook. After the recent breakup drama with Phelo, peeps expected literally anything but this.
It seems that Moshe had decided on having a child of his own a while back as he had been consulting with a fertility clinic and found a surrogate to carry his baby.
Taking to social media, Moshe made the big announcement. Finding out that his surrogate is pregnant is the best news Moshe has received all year!
“I prayed for you, longed for you, Thalanda Ilanga Ntaba Alexander Ndiki. Thank you to my doctor, my fertility clinic, my friend Sabelo who helped me start and my surrogate, what a journey we have travelled and still to travel... I’m gonna be a dad.”
Fans flocked the comment section to congratulate Moshe on his tiny blessing and wish him all the best.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Moshe Ndiki has landed a gig as host of the One in Fifty event. As Mzansi prepares for the summer months and opening up after 2020's lockdown, events are being announced and planned.
The media personality is hustling and getting the job done, he's booked and ready to bring the entertainment. Twitter was used to announce his booking and get tweeps pumped about the upcoming event.
The posters also added that Lesedi the DJ and DJ Nel were joining and that tickets would be available on Quicket.
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