Cindy Sanyu, the renowned Ugandan dancehall songster and songwriter, recently gave birth to her third child, a baby boy named Josiah, who she shares with Joel Atiku. The news was confirmed by online users and her fans, who took to social media to share the joyous and good news.
Born on 23rd April 2023, Josiah marks a new chapter in Cindy’s life as a mother of three. Despite rumors circulating about the safe delivery of her new baby boy, Cindy remained silent until earlier today when she finally shared the news with her fans.
“Josiah is here. Thanks to the team at Prime Care hospital for being so supportive and professional. God is faithful,” Cindy Sanyu wrote.
For those who may not know, Cindy Sanyu is a celebrated Ugandan musician with a career spanning over two decades. She first gained fame as a member of the all-female music group that was known as the Blue *3, before venturing out on her own and releasing several hit songs that included; Ayokyayokya, Run This City, and Still Standing.
Cindy’s music is known for its unique blend of Afro-dancehall and R&B, which has earned her a loyal fan base across East Africa and beyond. Her talent as a songwriter is also widely recognized, with many of her songs tackling issues such as love, relationships, and societal norms.
In addition to her music career, Cindy is also a doting mother to her two other children, a son and a daughter. She has always been open about the joys and challenges of motherhood, often sharing her experiences on social media.
Now, with the arrival of baby Josiah, Cindy’s family is complete. Cindy’s fans and followers also expressed their congratulations and well wishes, with many sharing messages of love and support for the songster and her family.
“Big congs lioness, acceptance of responsibility is what defines your maturity, blessed love shalom.” Isaac Mewt wrote.
“Congs King Joel’s Queen but your sitting posture is not so easy for us after giving birth, it shows how strong a woman you are and the advantages of exercise. Some of us just be like ducks,” Pretty Pretty wrote.