HIV Activist, Asunta Wagura Welcomes Twin Girls at Almost 60

Asunta Wagura, a well-known HIV activist, has given birth to twin girls, defying expectations and embarking on a new chapter of parenting.

Despite her advanced age, the news of her twin blessings brought joy and astonishment to everyone who knew her.

Asunta posted the wonderful news on social media, expressing her excitement and appreciation. What makes the twin girls even more amazing is that she has five sons (all of whom are HIV-negative).

She expressed her joy:

“I never imagined I’d be starting this new adventure at my age, but life has a way of surprising us, and I am beyond grateful for these two little miracles,” she wrote.

Asunta’s journey to parenting girls was not without challenges.

After years of hope and waiting, she discovered that she was expecting two babies.

“It was a shock at first, but as the news sank in, I couldn’t help but feel overwhelming joy and gratitude,” she recalls.

For Asunta, the birth of her twin twins exemplifies life’s unforeseen beauty.

According to the mother of seven, the best things happen when we least expect them.

“These girls have brought so much love and light into my life, and I am forever grateful,” she mused.

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Asunta stated that she is reaching her 60s yet feels more active and invigorated than ever before.

She stated that the girls have given her a new sense of purpose, and she is excited to see what the future holds.

“Life is full of surprises, and it’s never too late to pursue your dreams,” she continued, adding that she was proof that age is just a number,” said Asunta.

She encourages others to embrace the unexpected and expresses gratitude to the two little princesses for their positive impact on her life.

Asunta was diagnosed with HIV in 1988, when such a diagnosis was considered a death sentence and carried stigma.

She was abandoned by her family and friends and forced to start over on the harsh streets of Nairobi.

Not one to give up, she teamed up with friends to form KENWA (the Kenyan Network of Women with AIDS), an organization dedicated to assisting other HIV sufferers.

According to the World Health Organization, KENWA provided basic meals, bed management, and care to over 10,000 people.

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