Jahmby KoiKai is alive and well, and reports of her untimely death are nothing but fake news.
The famed media personality who is currently in the United States of America took to social media to confirm that she is indeed alive and kicking. She took to Instagram stating that the claims that she is dead are completely false and utterly misleading. Faya Mama went on to joke that she was actually considering starting a YouTube channel to keep concerned netizens up to date. The former radio host joked that she would offer videos on “1000 ways to stay alive, how to have good skin and strong locs.”
The East African beauty who has had serious health scares pointed out that those wishing her ill were wrong because God is the only one who gives and takes away life.
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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…. #jahmbyarmy
Taken ill in her late 20s, the prominent emcee stepped back from public life, focusing more on her health. She is currently battling Endometriosis a disease that affects a woman’s reproductive system and has been in hospital since early 2018. According to SDE, Njambi left Kenya in February 2018 for treatment in Atlanta. She was diagnosed with Thoracic Endometriosis- a condition which causes her lungs to collapse regularly causing her to undergo a series of surgeries and complications since she was diagnosed with endometriosis at the age of 29.
Since being diagnosed with Thoracic Endometriosis, Koikai has remained a warrior, educating many on the disorder in which tissue that normally lines the uterus grows outside the uterus. Referring to herself as Jahmby Conqueror, she is among the few leading the conversation on Endometriosis.
Njambi is among a number of celebrities who have been declared dead by fake news. More recently as reported by The Sauce, Uganda comedienne Ann Kansiime was reported dead by a misleading report that detailed she passed away after a fishing accident in Canada.