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‘At Some Point, I Couldn’t Sleep in a Dark Room,’ Size 8 Confesses

by Esther M.
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Gospel singer Size 8 is one of the former secular artistes who have undergone total transformations in their lives, overcoming the phobias they had had in life. The wife of DJ Mo, one of the country’s top gospel disc jockeys, Size 8 says she was once afraid of sleeping alone in a dark room.

Size 8 never shies away from speaking about her past experiences as she seeks to inspire young people.

Apart from the physical change that has taken place in her life, Mama Wambo today, 24th April, also spoke about her emotional growth.

The bold and confident star today says she dreaded sleeping alone in a dark room at night.

“I was in chains of fear for so many years. I couldn’t even sleep at night in darkness. But now I am free In Jesus amen!” she revealed.

Posting a video of herself comfortably driving, she recalled that she couldn’t drive at some point of her life as she was so fearful.

“I overcame fear, guys HALLELUJAH by the blood of Jesus. I overcame the fear of driving 😭😭😭😭😭. I was so afraid of driving and it wasn’t as if I didn’t have a car, ” she explained.

All that is in the past now, as the Size 8 that we know today is such a courageous woman, who has a great impact on both her family and fans.

The proud mother of two is also preacher and has been using her social media platforms to spread the gospel.

She has also been releasing gospel songs that have been well received by her fans.

Her latest song, released few months ago titled, Umetenda, is simply a testimony to what God has done in her life so far.

Mama Wambo is also a gospel show host on Radio Milele.

She co-hosts the Tambira Milele show alongside Dj Ray.

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