Wakavinye and Njugush Disclose the Reason as To why They Don’t refer each other as ‘Babe’

Celestine Ndinda and Njugush have revealed the rationale behind refraining from using sweet and romantic names when they are in a professional setting. During a conversation with our host, Betty, they explained that this choice is driven by their desire to maintain a clean and respectable image while they are working. Additionally, they want to prevent others from potentially using such terms against them.

However, they clarified that showing affection to each other comes naturally to them and they fully embrace it when they are not in front of the camera. In private moments, they lovingly call each other endearing names like “baabe.”

Celestine Ndinda is the wife of the Kenyan stand-up comedian Timothy Kimani, popularly known as ‘Njugush.’ The couple is blessed with two boys, whom she considers a great blessing. Together, they collaborate on a stand-up comedy show titled “Through Thick and Thin,” which has garnered significant attention and success. Notably, they recently achieved a remarkable feat by selling out an entire stadium at KICC in Nairobi, Kenya.

Their journey as a couple and their unwavering support for each other serve as an inspiration to many. From the beginning, they have stood by each other’s side, demonstrating a strong and resilient partnership.