Joho boosts ailing media personality Njambi Koikai’s medical fund
Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has come to the aid of ailing Kenyan media personality Njambi Koikai with a contribution of Sh1million towards her medical fund.
Njambi had earlier on launched a campaign to help raise Sh2.1million so that she can start the last round of her treatment and therapy.
One of her campaigns is a music event set to take place on December 14, 2018 with artistes set to perform.
ACTS OF KINDNESS
In addition, she has in numerous occasion sought Joho’s financial assistance. It appears her call was not left unanswered by the governor.
A grateful Njambi on Friday revealed on her Instagram account that the governor had made the big contribution.
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Hey Fam! I can’t even begin to comprehend what your continued and relentless support has meant to me. I want to take a moment to thank you all for your acts of kindness and especially to those who responded to my plea to reach out to @joho_001 H.E Governor Ali Hassan Joho. Mheshimiwa responded and contributed Ksh 1m to my fund which has gone a long way in lifting my hospital bill. Thank you all so much for supporting me in my battle against endometriosis, you have been with me all the way and I am so blessed to have your support. Mheshimiwa @joho_001 , thank you once more for your generosity. My God bless you! #jahmbybeatingendo #endometriosiswarrior
“I want to take a moment to thank you all for your acts of kindness and especially to those who responded to my pleas to reach out to governor Hassan Joho. Mheshimiwa responded and contributed Sh1m to my fund which has gone a long way in lifting my hospital bill. Mheshimiwa thank you once more for your generosity. May God bless you,” part of Njambi’s message read.
FUNDS FOR TREATMENT
Njambi has been suffering from Thoracic Endometriosis – a condition which causes her lungs to collapse regularly.
Njambi left Kenya in April this year for treatment in Atlanta.
She has previously informed her online followers that to have the ailment treated, she needs Sh10 million.