Isaac Mwaura has had some tough times. Mwaura ditched ODM party led by Raila Odinga and it was then that things started crumbling down.
Mwaura left ODM and announced his interest to vie in Ruiru. His decision got him politically crucified as many laughed at him and mocking him even with his skin condition for making a lame move.
At the same time Mwaura and his gorgeous wife Nelius Mukami underwent a big trauma after loosing two of their triplets the same year and accumulating a hospital bill of Ksh 11.2 million.
“My husband Isaac Mwaura and I were happily expecting Triplets due in April 2017, on 19th January 2017 at 10.10am , 10.11am and 10.12am we delivered our 3 beautiful babies; 2 boys and one girl. 11 weeks later we left the hospital with one baby boy and a hospital bill of Ksh11.2m.
Sometimes in life, something happens and shakes up your life in ways that you never imagined. Until this actually happens you never know your limit, you never know how much you can take, how much you can fight and how much you can pray. This is a period where our faith was tried and tested; over and over again. We saw that tiny ray of hope so many times never actually reaching the end of the tunnel,and when we finally did the trauma was so much we did not know whether to celebrate or to expect more trials .
At 28weeks pregnant the last thing I expected was to deliver my babies, so when I got strange cramp pains at around 9pm on Wednesday 18th January, labour was the last thing on my mind. I called my doctor who told me to head to the labour ward ,this was not strange as I had been admitted to the labour ward several times before in the course of the pregnancy. So once we got to the labour ward they started giving me meds to hold or reverse the labour. By 3am that night I was in full blown labour, at around 7am the doctor checked in and said we would be going into the delivery room for an emergency CS. The theatre was fully booked but they managed to get space; actually a friend of mine who later lost her baby in the delivery room allowed me to go in before her (I will share her story soon )
On 19th January 2017 at 10.10 baby Mwaura Maigua Mwaura Jr arrived at 1.2 kg, a minute later Baby Njiru Maigua Mwaura arrived weighing 1.12kg and a minute later beautiful Njeri Maigua Mwaura made her majestic entrance at 1.02kg . Babies were rushed to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)- a place I would call home for the next 3 months. And that began a difficult journey …a journey of tears, joy, doubt, hope, prayer, joy, questions, repentance but mostly experiencing God
To be continued …”