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Dennis Itumbi’s heartfelt open letter to the late Jahmby ‘Njambi’ Koikai

Digital strategist Dennis Itumbi has written an open letter to the late Mart Njambi Koikai, shortly after the announcement of her passing.

In his social media posts, Itumbi mourned Jahmby, celebrating her as a warrior and a fighter who endured over 21 years of pain.

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He reminisced about the good times he shared with Jahmby, reflecting on how she inspired him to strive for greatness.

Itumbi expressed regret for not knowing that Njambi’s first name was Mary.

“You were a good person with a pure heart. A fighter par excellence.

It is only now that I learn your first name was Mary. On a light note, I wish I had the chance to call you Mary. Maria, and use the different Mary jokes on you,” Itumbi mentioned.

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Jahmby Koikai sadly passed away on Monday after a prolonged battle with Endometriosis.

The late Njambi ‘Jahmby’ Koikai Image: Instagram

Here is Itumbi’s Letter to Jahmby:

Njambi Koikai,

Go well.

The lamp you hold reminds us of the light you shone on the darkness of the pain many girls face.

Thanks for pushing me even when I didn’t fully understand what you were fighting for until I did. Okay, not completely, but mostly.

21 years battling pain.

10, 15, 20 surgeries +

Fighting for others, even as your pain intensified.

You leave, having left a visible footprint next to everyone who witnessed your journey.

You tried to take me to a reggae dance-out—you really tried. That one failed.

But you introduced me to Bob Marley and his quote, “You never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice.”

In your final days, you pushed to understand and raise awareness about the dilemma many girls face—Thoracic Endometriosis. You died educating and motivating me.

Thank you for allowing me into your life.

Travel safely, Fyah Mumaah!

Paul was writing about you, you have indeed fought a good fight, you have finished the race!

To your family and friends, I pray for comfort and blessings.

You were a good person with a pure heart. A fighter par excellence.

It is only now that I learn your first name was Mary. On a light note, I wish I had the chance to call you Mary. Maria, and use the different Mary jokes on you.

Let me conclude with this: “A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not on the branch, but on its own wings.”

Njambi, fly into God’s arms of love and no pain.

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