Nameless believes he has laid such a firm foundation for his children and they can now independently survive even in his absence. The Kenyan singer revealed while on an interview that he is not afraid of what their life holds even if he died.
It is a common belief that the best inheritance is monetary and the best any parent can leave behind for their child is a stable financial position for them to comfortably live on. However, that is certainly not the case for legendary Kenyan singer David Mathenge a.k.a Nameless.
Nameless has been married to fellow artiste Wahu for over twelve years and they have two daughters Nyakio and Tumiso. They both believe that the way they have raised their little ones can help them live through this tricky world even in the absence of their parents. Nameless however wishes he had the children a little earlier.
One thing I wish I could have done is I should have had my kids earlier. Our kids change our lives so much, and especially how you look at life. As I always say, there are things I see in my kids that explain so much about me. Like I look at my children and say, this is exactly me, and you begin to understand your strengths and weaknesses.
My mum always reminded me that my body is a temple of God and if you do not take care of your body, then it will affect many other aspects of your life. I always try and encourage them to keep trying and striving. Those are the principles I want to instill in my kids’ life, so that nikiwaacha, they will live a full life. A life where they touch people and they are genuinely happy, not necessarily rich but happy and successful.
Such a proud dad!