“I’m Gonna Be A Dad”|Gomora Actor Moshe Ndiki on Cloud Nine As He Reveals Twin Pregnancy
Media personality Moshe Ndiki has recently announced some exciting news that he is going to become a father to not just one, but two bundles of joy!
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Ndiki revealed that he is expecting twin babies through his surrogate, who is currently pregnant.
The actor from Gomora who portrays the character of a teacher named Andile Faku in the Mzansi Magic telenovela was overflowing with joy as he announced the news to his social media followers.
MY SURROGATE IS PREGNANT 😭😭😭😭😭♥️ IM GONNA BE A DAD … OF TWINS! 😭😭♥️
With pure elation, Moshe Ndiki took to social media to share the news of his twin pregnancy, and even posted a video of the scan as he made the announcement.
Today we went on our final “can we tell people “ scan and I couldn’t be happier, what a journey, what a dream come true.
Between keeping it a secret and getting our go-ahead, all if not most of my friends and family knew cause Yho Good news iyandisinda mna . 🤣
According to Moshe Ndiki, this twin pregnancy is nothing short of a miracle, and he had been praying for it to happen. He considers it a precious gift to himself as he celebrates his 31st birthday.
I’ve prayed for this miracle of just being a dad, and also this gift to myself on my 31st Birthday, my mom whose now a soon-to-be grandmother. I have no words over God’s mercy and love for me. The past 2 years I’ve tried to live and build a life where me and my child could be good, comfortable, safe, loved and God said “because uphapha “ bamba TWINS 🤣🤣
In addition to expressing his excitement and gratitude, the actor also took the opportunity to thank God for this blessing. He also expressed his appreciation for his surrogate and her husband, acknowledging their support throughout this surrogacy journey.
It’s a funny story how that happened but I thank God and my surrogate, my surrogate’s husband and my family.
My egg donor, thank you thank you.
This journey is not for the faint-hearted and it’s been documented well. For those waiting, for those trying, for those interested ♥️
Moshe Ndiki shared that the news of becoming a father to twins still feels surreal to him. Interestingly, he and his surrogate had been joking around about the possibility of having twins, and now it’s actually happening.
Me and my surrogate have been calling each other “mzali we twins “ it’s always surreal but we prayed over that term cause pregnancy is tricky, it’s sensitive and scary. She’s my real-life hero. ♥️
Moshe Ndiki has been very open about his desire to have a child through surrogacy, and now that his dream is coming true, he wrote a touching message to his unborn twins. In the heartfelt note, he pledged to love them unconditionally and forever, and expressed his excitement and anticipation to finally meet them.
Moshe Ndiki’s Surrogate Journey
It was reported last year that Moshe Ndiki had approached the Joburg High Court to seek legal recognition of the surrogacy agreement he had entered into with a married couple.
Ndiki had revealed that the couple had agreed to help him have children without any commercial benefits, solely out of their friendship with him.
He also explained to the court that he had always wanted to have children of his own, and that surrogacy was his only option to have biological children.