Mutale Mwanza Shares Pictures From Her Childhood

How adorable!

By  | Dec 08, 2020, 06:37 PM  | Top of The

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Zambian media personality, Mutale Mwanza, took a trip down memory lane in her recent pictures shared on Instagram, which gave fans a glimpse at her childhood. The television star showed that although she is now living a glamorous and upper class life, she too had grown up in a middle class family, and had to make do with what her parents could provide for her at the time. 

In her first post shared today, 8 December 2020, Mutale explained that her cousin, Kaela, had come over for a visit to her house, and had surprised her with some throwback pictures from her album collection. The first image showed her, Kaela and her sister, and the second showed a solo shot of herself at Donna Court. 

She also expanded on the fact that despite not coming from a wealthy family, she was blessed enough not to come from a poor one. Her family appeared to live in a minimal style, which she claims has motivated her to work harder and do better. 

Mutale captioned the post with, “I don’t come from a rich family. I don’t come from a poor one either. But snaps like this make me want to work harder and do better. I am proud of who I am and I where I come from. No question about it! Damn I was a skinny mabonzo though! Well! It’s almost 05:30am. I’m about to leave the house & drive to work. Double M has to keep the lights on.”

In a following post shared today, Mutale revealed a more festive-theme image of herself receiving a Christmas present from a peculiar looking Santa Claus. She captioned the post with, “Tis the season to be jolly... Fa- la- la- la - la - la - la - la! A Young Double M. Lord, I’m in my feelings today & The rain isn’t helping. Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is…”. 

Speaking of Christmas, Mutale recently announced that she was attempting to give back to the community this festive period, by partnering with Paratus and a Foundation Called IQRA. According to an Instagram post shared on Thursday, 3 December 2020, Mutale is trying to spread a little happiness for an orphanage for disabled orphans called Home of Happiness. 

Leading the donation drive, Mutale contributed K10000 in hopes that she would motivate her army to donate any amount that they could. “As The Queen Commander I pledge to donate K10,000 to the Home of Happiness. M- army let’s spread love.”

Picture credit: Instagram 
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