Kenyan media personality Njambi Koikai aka, mama Fayah mommy landed in Nairobi after being in the United States for a long time for medical treatment.
She announced her arrival via various social media platforms making a joke to her fans.
Naskia melanin popping lakini huku kwetu it’s vumbi popping so mkinicheki ntasema chocolate popping mjue ni vumbi ya hii massive yetu😊. Maze watoi pia mtaani wamegrow maze… 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.
She wrote on her Instagram post
She also took to Twitter and wrote another message to her fans.
Niaje Nairobi, Nashukuru Mungu amenifikisha hapa na nimerudi home salama salmini. Nimepitia noma haijuani lakini Mungu kweli amesimama na mimi. Thank you all for all the support, love and prayers. Resting now. See y’all soon
She wrote on her Twitter handle.
Njambi’s post was followed by numerous welcome messages and good wishes from her fans.
Wellcome Home. pic.twitter.com/DJLQFTcJ6Z
— 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
Welcome home Jahmbee ❤
— Doryn Marl (@DorynMarl) August 27, 2019
Welcome home 💙
— Evansquik(◔‿◔) (@vandricklamar) August 27, 2019
Welcome back home Fahyah Mama
— Mesh™ © (@meshackmusyoky) August 27, 2019
Strong mamayo!.sisi Kama watu wa nduthi🏍️ tunakupenda❤️
— mtuwaBodaDelivery (@BarasaEvans254) August 27, 2019
@Jahmbeekoikai welcome dear i missed you
— Vince_Vinnie_Kiri (@VinceKirii1) August 27, 2019
Welcome back gal you are a miracle aki I will forever praise and believe in our God
— Choice Vine (@Berrychoice) August 27, 2019
Hands up for the real warrior….
Welcome back Fyah Mamah
— milson onyancha (@DonAmeeley) August 27, 2019
Thanks to the Lord for his care to you, happy that your are doing great.
— Kips™ (@wickie02) August 27, 2019
Welcome home. Happy to see you going strong once again a fire moma!
— Robert Too (@Robert_K_Too) August 27, 2019
Njambi was suffering from Thoracic Endometriosis which causes her lungs to collapse regularly. the condition saw her through a number of surgeries leaving her sickly. She flew to the United States in February 2018 for further treatment.