Talented actress Makgofe Moagi, who plays Katlego Peterson’s mother Charity Ramabu in Skeem Saam reveals God and her ancestors answered her prayers when she fell pregnant with her twin babies three years ago.
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MAKGOFE MOAGI: ‘I’VE ALWAYS WANTED KIDS’
The Skeem Saam actress Makgofe Moagi, who is known for her sangoma role Charity Ramabu tells Daily Sun that she bought baby clothes for her twin babies, a boy, and a girl, and put them in her wardrobe to look at for three years before she conceived in 2019.
“I’ve always wanted kids. I’ve always been fascinated with the power of giving birth,” she tells the publication.
Moagi adds that it’s been her wish to have kids of her won and wasn’t sure how she’d have kids as she was told she wouldn’t be able to fall pregnant easily.
“I have endometriosis and had five cysts removed when I was young but when I got older, I realised you can actually create the life you want via manifestations.”
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‘SKEEM SAAM’ ACTRESS: ‘I DREAMT OF MY KIDS’
The 41-year-old actress adds that she imagined having twins and prayed over their clothes before her wish came true.
“In buying those clothes, I was specific. At that time, I hadn’t even met the dad, so I didn’t know who would help me conceive these beautiful babies.”
“I put the clothes in my wardrobe and would see them first thing in the morning and last thing at night.”
The Limpopo actress said she dreamt about her babies six months before they were born and that her babies came out exactly how she envisioned them.
Moagi also encourages her fans to put in the work in the form of manifestation if they want a certain lifestyle.
Makgofe Moagi’s character Charity Ramabu hasn’t appeared in the educational soapie since 2021 when John Maputla’s (Afrika Tsoai) wife Meikie Maputla (Harriet Manamela) threatened to kill her.
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