Former NTV host shocks Africans by posting CUTTING video just before giving birth (video)

Former NTV host shocks Africans by posting CUTTING video just before giving birth (video)

- The latest celebrity mother in town, Former NTV host Faith Muturi has finally shared pictures of his adorable son

- She delivered a bouncing baby boys just days ago on December 11, 2016 and now has shared a video while she was in serious labor minutes before having the baby

Former NTV's Crossover 101 host Faith Muturi Ngugi recently joined celebrity mothers in town.

Former NTV host shocks Kenyans by posting CUTTING video of her just before giving birth(video)

Faith Muturi and husband George Ngugi

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She deliver a cute baby boy and named her Lemuel Imani Gakio Ngugi but apparently, the process wasn't that easy.

Muturi has now posted a video comically dancing because of labor pains minutes before she was about to deliver.

According to the research, listening to music can be an effective way to help you relax and work through labor pains.

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Former NTV host shocks Kenyans by posting CUTTING video of her just before giving birth(video)

Light dancing, as well as walking, can help to draw your baby’s head toward your pelvis, and the pressure of the baby on your pelvis can help to induce labor.

Muturi was doing this but it came out as a joke.

Former NTV host shocks Kenyans by posting CUTTING video of her just before giving birth(video)

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Faith who has been frequently updating her pregnancy on social media announced the birth of her first son with her husband George Ngugi.

Watch the video of Muturi dancing with pain below:

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