REFRESHING video clips and images of comedienne Madam Boss in a jovial mood, celebrating the birth of her second child, have gone viral.
It’s a clear sign she had been waiting a very long time for this beautiful moment.
She just could not wait to be a mother for the second time.
And, the golden moment came after a decade of prayer, tears and patience.
She never lost hope and faith in God, when it seemed impossible for her to conceive again.
The socialite made it clear she really needed a second child in her marriage with Ngoni Munetsiwa.
She would share her wish on social media.
Madam Boss’ prayers were finally answered last weekend when God granted her wish.
Her testimony is a clear sign that God’s perfect timing is the best.
We can only plan and make our wish lists but God has the answers we all need.
A prominent figure, Madam Boss was never shy to share her problems.
This is what we expect from socialites to change the narrative that influencers are human after all.
It’s a narrative which can give hope to those in despair.
The refreshing news about her being blessed with a baby girl, after a decade of waiting, will certainly give hope to others in her situation.
There are plenty of married women who look up to her as a role model considering her humble background.
She rose from being a maid to becoming a celebrity and brand ambassador with a number of corporate organisations.
This alone is enough to inspire other women that they also have some special qualities.
A God-fearing woman, who is comfortable as a gospel singer, Madam Boss keeps giving hope to other women.
Now that her wish has been granted, we now expect Madam Boss to give hope to other women, who are struggling to conceive.
She needs to share the tips with others and become an influencer with a difference.
Her case is a clear testimony that prayer pays.
Of course, she got medical help from experts but we all know that without the blessing from the Almighty it was never going to have a beautiful ending like the one we finally got.
In an African set-up, we easily link the failure to conceive as a curse, a very sad and unfortunate belief we need to address.
In most cases, some of these problems need medical experts for them to see how best they can assist.
We should not remain trapped in the Stone Age to the extent that we blame our medical problems on witchcraft or curses.
We need to share some of our problems with the right people.
In the case of Madam Boss, she has learnt a lot from her medical team.
We do expect her to be generous with some of the stuff she learnt and help other women.
As we salute Madam Boss for her resilience, we also acknowledge that God’s time is the best and patience and prayer really pay.