Kenyan gospel musician and TV presenter Kambua Manundu is one of the renowned gospel artists in Kenya. She was born and raised in Nairobi to Professor Manundu and Evangelist Lois Manundu who are also the co-founders of Tabibu Ministries.
She attended Kianda Primary school and she involved in school choirs and mass activities which strengthened her religious upbringing. She then proceeded to Lukenya Academy where her love for music grew as she ventured into solo performances.
After her secondary school education, Kambua joined Heart strings theatre and performed in shows including ‘Family Business’ and ‘Something’s burning’. She also did church praise and joined the worship team where she did background vocals for top artistes like Mbuvi, Bahati and Kavutha.
She also went to Ambrose University in Calgary, Canada to pursue music. Kambua performed alongside the legendary Angelique Kidjo in concert during her time in the university. She later returned to Kenya and focused on her music career.
Kambua got married to pastor and businessman Jackson Mathu and in 2008, she won the Kisima Female Artiste of the year while in 2009 she became Groove Female artiste of the year.