Jahmby Koikai

Kenyan are still in shock following the untimely demise of media personality and Reggae MC Mary Njambi Koikai aka Jahmby who passed away on Monday after a long battle with Endometriosis.

Following her demise, Senator Gloria Orwoba took to her socials to call on Kenyans to show their support.

She emphasized that any contribution, no matter the size, would be greatly appreciated by Jahmby's family during this difficult time.


 In her heartfelt message, Orwoba provided details on how to contribute:

"Njambi has rested. As we all come to terms with this, the family needs all our support. A little goes a long way; kindly send all contributions, big or small, to Barbara on 0758638436 as the family prepares for her send-off. I will communicate further information when updated by her family. Let's give our endo-warrior a memorable send-off," Orwoba said.

Jahmby Koikai passed away on Monday while receiving treatment at a Nairobi Hospital.


Following her untimely demise Kenyans from all walks of life took to social media to mourn the media personality.

Ghetto Radio's DJ Double Trouble is one of those who mourned Jahmby, revealing her last moments in the Hospital before she succumbed to her illness.

According to Trouble, Jahmby was rushed to the ICU on Monday, after her condition deteriorated but unfortunately, she lost the battle to Endometriosis.

"She was in the HDU but she is now in ICU. The blood donation was a success people came through but the problem is that she is critical condition. Now we are praying she feels better," DJ Double Trouble revealed.

Sad! Media personality Jahmby Koikai is dead

DJ Double added that Jahmby had been plugged into life support machines after her health deteriorated.

The former The Trend Co-host had courageously battled stage IV endometriosis for over 20 years.

The disease had caused her immense suffering, including 12 lung collapses, damage to vital organs like her lungs, bowel, and diaphragm, and countless painful surgeries.

Endometriosis is a chronic and debilitating condition where tissue similar to the uterine lining grows outside the uterus, causing severe pain and complications.

In Koikai's case, the endometriosis spread to her lungs, heart, appendix, teeth, and spine, shifting her organs to the left.

Koikai's battle with endometriosis transformed her into a fierce advocate for women's health. She has courageously shared her journey on social media, detailing her struggles, treatments, and the emotional toll of living with a chronic illness.