Moshe and Phelo show off their cute baby

Moshe and Phelo show off their cute baby

Today, May 9, 2021, is Mother’s Day and everybody is celebrating their moms on social media and that we are here for it. Television and radio personality Moshe Ndiki also took to Instagram to share, for the primary time ever, what we expect may be a snap of his beautiful son.
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“Happy Mother’s Day chom,” he captioned image showing him, his husband Phelo and therefore the cutest baby ever,
Back in September 2020, Moshe took to Twitter to reveal that he was getting to become a father.
“I prayed for you , longed for you , Thalanda Ilanga Ntaba Alexander Ndiki. (Tina)Rolling on the ground laughingHeart suit.” He tweeted. “Thank you to my doctor, my fertility clinic, my friend Sabelo who helped me start and my surrogate , what a journey we’ve travelled and still to travel… I’m gonna be a dad.”

Moshe has been working hard and expanding his brand outside of the show business . He recently announced his own range of culinary spices.

“Welcome to Moshe’s Kitchen, my Spice range came to life. Nothing beats the sensation of a dream realised,” said on social media upon announcing his latest business venture.

Speaking about his new range of spices, Moshe said that it had been a simple decision for him to venture into the food industry because it brings back fond memories from his childhood.

“It was no brainer to possess found my calling within the food industry; I remember sitting and thinking to myself about five years ago, what am i able to do to honour my mother, honour the memories we shared with my aunts, uncles and cousins round the dining table , the eagerness to serve those we love.” He said.
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“That’s once I discovered the art of spices, flexible and versatile. A wonder of creativity, the one thing that creates a dish extraordinary. And this was the birth of Moshe’s kitchen.”
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One can order these through a call . they’re also available at various BP Garages across South African. He also announced that they’re available at Breadbox in Midrand and therefore the Spar in Radiokop, Johannesburg.