by Helvine Achieng
March 12, 2021
Endometriosis Awareness Month could not have come at a better time for one of Kenya’s renowned Endo warrior Njambi Koikai alias Jahmby. The revered media personality got back on the radio waves after six years off the air following her well-documented battle with Thoracic Endometriosis.
Jahmby is the most recent addition at Trace Radio, where she will be hosting the ‘Trace na Doba’ show. The media sensation took to her social media to announce her major comeback on the airwaves describing it as hashtag #newbeginnings.
“Faaaaammmm!!!!! After 6 years!!!!! 6 long years OFF AIR! GUESS WHO’S BACK ON RADIO? QUEEN FYAH MUMMAH JAHMBY!!!!! “YES!!!! I’m back on radio and my new home is Trace Radio @traceeasternafrica. I’ll be live every Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday from 8 pm- Midnight. I’ll also be with @selectortechnix giving you the baddest mixes.
“For our diaspora fam you can tune in online www.traceradio.co.ke. #walewatomato #walewanyanya #newbeginnings,” she shared.
Just recently, John Legend’s wife Chrissy Teigen wished endometriosis survivor Jahmby Koikai a quick recovery after hearing about the 21 surgeries she went through to be free from the dreaded condition finally.
Endometriosis is a medical condition whereby a woman’s uterine lining grows outside the uterus bringing about excessive period pain, too much bleeding and sometimes infertility in women. Chrissy Teigen also has endometriosis and is scheduled for a surgery appointment.