‘Being a father’- Comedian Mulamwah opens up about his greatest fear

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 11 Aug, 2021 06:16 | 2 mins read
Comedian Mulamwah and his girl Carrol Sonie. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM
Comedian Mulamwah and his girl Carrol Sonie. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

In just a few months, comedian Mulamwah's greatest fear will actualize.

The popular comedian whose real name is David Oyando has allowed his fans a chance to get to know the real Mulamwah in a Q&A segment on Instagram.

He opens up about his current greatest fear, how long it took to get recognition in the comedy industry, a glimpse of relationship advice and more.

When asked “What is your biggest fear?,” he responded in a short clip stating; "I can't believe I'm gonna be a father."

This comes shortly after he shared a special message to his girlfriend Carrol Sonie ahead of her delivery.

Taking to Instagram, Mulamwah posted an all glammed photo of Carrol pouring out his heart to her and the unborn baby in a lengthy caption.

"No words can explain the amount of love I have for you two. The feeling can't be explained either. It has been a long journey to this point and I thank God for the blessing; may he see us through to the end."

The couple announced their pregnancy earlier this year ending speculation of whether they were in a serious relationship.

They have since introduced an all-new Youtube series dubbed Keeping Up with the Mulamwah’s set to chronicle Sonie’s pregnancy journey.

The comedian further revealed it took him eight years to gain fame in the comedy industry saying he had started in 2011 and did not catch people's attention until 2019.

When asked what advice he can offer to men looking for an understanding lady, he casually responded saying such doesn't exist, men should just try their luck until it works.