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Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Singer, Linet Masiro 'Size 8' Munyali, ordained as a pastor and also speaks on pregnancy losses

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Kenyan gospel singer, Linet Masiro Munyali, popularly known as, Size 8, has been ordained as a pastor at JCC in Thika Town. (Read More Here).

Taking to social media, Thika, confirmed that Size 8 was ordained as a pastor on Monday, December 13, 2021. She enrolled herself and graduated from a Christian school, where she studied for 5 years. 

Thika Town confirmed:

"Size 8 was this morning at JCC Thika ordained as a pastor in a ceremony administered by Rev. Kelvin Ephraim
"Babe Size 8 Reborn - I will support you in your ministry .. - I admire your love for God … today is your day to be ordained as a pastor ....proud of you. Gospel singer Linet Masiro Munyali alias Size 8 ordained as a pastor five years after enrolling as a theology student. Mungu mbele!

While speaking with popular Kenyan tabloid, Size 8 spoke about her pregnancy losses. 

She says:

“I didn’t want to look at my dead baby because I would be scarred emotionally and I wouldn’t move on. I had connected with her and had secretly nicknamed her Peace. Unlike my previous pregnancies, hers was the most peaceful. Effortless. For the first time, my blood pressure was stable and I was sure she would be home eventually. Unfortunately, we lost her at five months and two weeks.

“I have lost two pregnancies, the first baby (my second born) was only 12 weeks and the second had clocked five months and two weeks.

“I had a rough journey with my first born. My blood pressure shot up to 167, (a normal blood pressure should read less than 120/80 millimetres of mercury). At 36 weeks, we had to have an emergency caesarean-section and she was born.

“I had to take a total bed rest because I had an acute stroke. I wasn’t sure that I would carry him to term. God reassured me despite me visiting the hospital twice a week.

“This time I had fits (an unusual condition during pregnancy where high blood pressure results in seizures) and so I was given magnesium to stabilise me. My oxygen levels had dropped, that means I had to be on oxygen as well.

“I was to be admitted that night but I protested. I had already lost the one in the womb, my blood pressure was at an all-time high, and I knew that there was a possibility of losing my life on the surgical table. I wanted to see my son and daughter desperately should I fail to go back home.

“I was battling high blood pressure on my own, but it was also worse due to the dead baby in the womb. The pressure wouldn’t subside. I was at a risk of dying with the baby still in the womb, and I also risked dying on the operation table due to blood loss. In the theatre, I was surrounded by specialists, and my surgeon was amazingly fast and efficient. Taking the shortest time possible to remove the baby and stitch me up gave them a chance at saving my life. I was then wheeled to the high dependency unit for monitoring.

“At the table, I cried to God telling Him to spare my life. I reminded Him that I had delivered my other two children in agony, and that I wanted to be alive to raise them up."

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