Popular Kenyan media personality and Reggae songstress Njambi Koikai is officially back into the country after a long stay abroad for treatment.
Taking to social media on Tuesday, Njambi – who has been battling Thoracic Endometriosis – wrote: “Great to be back. Thanking God for all He has done for me. So happy to see my family and you all. God bless you abundantly. Taking a rest and I’ll see you all soon.”
Njambi, who is popularly known as Fyah Mummah, has undergone a series of surgeries since publicly announcing in 2017 that she had been diagnosed with thoracic endometriosis; a condition which causes one’s lungs to collapse frequently.
The bubbly former radio presenter left Kenya early last year to seek treatment in the United States and has undergone tremendous recovery; a journey which she regularly shared with her fans on social media.
News of her recovery and return has warmed the hearts of many Kenyans online:
if “resilience” was a person.😍 pic.twitter.com/vXRDaG5bVU
— Samsmileymwangi (@Samkmwangi) August 27, 2019
Am crying. 😥😥 my 🔥🔥🔥 mama is back. I thank God He has seen you through. Hope to see you soon. ❤
— Dr. Mëngęlē (@Simiren_) August 27, 2019
I’m sorry Jahmbee.. I had this plan in my head to throw you a ‘Welcome Home Lioness’ party but sina uwezo. You deserved an entourage from JKIA to where you are right now. 😭😭 Yo’ My Heroine nevertheless and I wanna see you back on them airwaves. Twakupenda!
— Mnaughty-By-Nature (@NaitwaYUSUF) August 27, 2019
Thanks to the Lord for his care to you, happy that your are doing great.
— Kips™ (@wickie02) August 27, 2019
The best news of the day. Welcome home fyah mama.
— Bonface Juma (@jumabonfa) August 27, 2019