Media personality and reggae queen Njambi Koikai, has been forced to address a fake news report from a writer who claimed she has passed on.
Njambi has been hospitalized in the US where she is battling endometriosis for almost two years now, has been in and out of the surgery room, but wanted the writer to know she’s not dying anytime soon.
“Kuna msee niliona alipost ati nimekacha(nimededi) mazee. Nataka tu kumshow mi niko poa sana siwezi nyuria hii idhaa. Niko tu poa infact nafikiria vile ntaanza youtube channel niwashow 1000 ways to stay alive, have good skin and strong locs. Mbogi ingine ikikosa story za kutrend…wanaanza za ovyo.God ndio hupeana life. Mi niko going strong mbaya sana aiseeh! Thankfully now at 4.4m. Finishing strong mazee.” she posted.
Kenyans contributed for her medical bill in the US and has been undergoing treatment since then. Koikai is recovering from those extensive procedures and says life is already dramatically different.
“I am recovering well. I’m breathing well without any complications.This was a major surgery as I developed complications due to previous surgeries from back home that left damage in my right lung and that was fixed here.” she said.
Former radio presenter and the Trend host Jahmby Koikai has really fought hard since she was diagnosed with Endometriosis.
Jahmby is still appealing for help to finish up her hospital bill after being admitted in hospital for more than 10 months. Njambi is recovering impressively, she revealed that she is now gaining weight. She only weighed 36 kilos in February last year when she left for US for treatment.
Pills vs Injections
Now that she’s turning a year older, Nyambi took to instagram to share that she prefers taking injections than pills.
“Tomorrow’s my birthday and I’m just here trying to swallow pills without breaking them in half or crushing them to a pulp…. the worst being capsules. You can’t break or crush them. They’ve burst in my mouth a couple of times????” she posted.
The media personality went on to share other cases of patients struggling will pills and finding it easy with injections.
“My entire life struggle has been swallowing pills, i prefer injections. I met someone who chews a banana then swallows their medication…yaani just like that…no water, no juice….nothing. I stan people who just swallow their medication in seconds without 20 litres of water like some of us…. anybody shares this struggle?”
Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz is planning to buy a second house in South Africa. Without disclosing much, the singer shared that he’s looking for a second house in the country after his first impressed him.
His first house is now occupied by Zari Hassan and the kids. The house costed a whopping R2, 480, 00 (KSh18.6 million) when the bought it in 2016. The house is located in Moreleta Park in Pretoria.
After buying the house, the singer boasted on social media saying:
“They are busy bragging that they are rich while their kids are staying in a rented house… and now a person, whom they abuse daily and say he is broke, has bought a house so that their kids can have a better life as they always wish on social media.” he said.
Diamond posted on Instagram about the house while spending time with her kids in South Africa. It becomes the third time he has claimed he wants to buy a house after announcing that he’s looking for a house in Kenya and Rwanda.
In January, Diamond also expressed interest in buying another mansion in Rwanda “Looking for a property to buy in #Kigali. My future new home for the Simbas! My Rwandese fam, any ideas….? Ningependa kuwa na kakibanda Kigali, Rwanda, Maana ni moja ya nchi niipendayo… hivyo ningefurahi kuwa na moja ya makazi yangu hapo…. Eti ndugu zangu wa Rwanda ni maeneo gani huko panaweza nifaa?”
Presenter Jahmby Koikai has been forced to address a few misconceptions that Kenyans have been having regarding her sickness.
Jahmby, who is suffering from Endometriosis, has been giving step by step treatment process and progress to her fans who contributed a huge chunk of her hospital bill abroad where she’s being treated.
The host, however, decided to address a few rumors spreading around regarding her state telling Kenyans to stopping hitting her Instagram inbox with solution messages that are based on these false words.
Here’s what she said:
“Hey fam let’s make a few things clear. My DM has been filled with some of these peeps of late. Please don’t come in my DM 1. ‘advising me about my hair’, ‘it’s not acceptable and i should shave’ 2. Asking me to visit pastors and prophets for healing and altogether absconding my treatment and therapies 3. Asking me to carry out rituals and how ishould visit the elders 4. I’m not cursed. Just accept me. Accept the fact that I’ve broken barriers by speaking about menstruation. A taboo topic. Accept that I’m in the fight to make sure our women get the best reproductive healthcare. My hair ain’t got nothing to do with this. I think my brain, my heart, my uterus and my love for God does.
“This is a milestone for all women that we shall be silent no more. Reproductive health issues are affecting all of us rich and poor. Educated and alternatively educated. Married and single. We as women are fighting with biological functions. If you understand that, then you will know that this is about the millions of women fighting for freedom from pain.
The Real House Helps of Kawangware is undeniably one of the best comedy shows aired in Kenya. It brought back laughter to our local TV stations after the likes of Vitimbi, Vioja Mahakamani and others took a break.
The cast is also hilarious and even though Njugush left the show…the remaining team continues to deliver in the best possible way. Anyway, if you remember well when Njugush left Awiti he got hooked up with Njambi (Njeri Gachomba) who played the role of a good but complicated girlfriend.
Just recently I came across her Instagram page only to find out that she has an adorable daughter who she has been sharing photos of on her social media. On her bio – she also describes herself as an actress and a mum who has been working extra hard to provide for her daughter.
With the photos I managed to get, there is no doubt that little girl took after her mum’s looks. Checkout the photos below;
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