Njambi Koikai has battled endometriosis for a long time now and every day she has a new story to tell about her journey.
Faya Mamah managed to get the help of many donors to help clear her hospital bills through fundraising campaigns and so far she has gone through 19 surgeries both in Kenya and abroad.
Despite all the attention she has scooped in Kenya, Njambi Koikai is seeking to talk about her medical issues on a bigger platform like the Steve Harvey’s show.
She has appealed to her fans to help tag Steve Harvey so that she can get his attention and he will be able to be featured on the show.
In the post, she gives a run down of what has been happening to her throughout the disease.
” Hey, Fam.
I’m Njambi Koikai: I’m an Endo Conqueror. Fighter. Warrior. I have shared my story many times before and I’m always living to tell a new one. I battled thoracic endometriosis for over 15 years, which started with painful periods getting worse and worse, followed by lung collapses. Years of misdiagnosis led to me to search further for the cause of my pain. That is how I discovered the Center for Endometriosis Care in Atlanta where I received my life-saving surgery. The cost of treatment was prohibitive meaning I had to fundraise since I had no employment nor insurance. I was categorized as one of the worst cases of endometriosis ever seen. Two weeks ago, I sadly had another lung collapse, making it 19 surgeries over the last 19 years. I have survived to date thanks to God and your support has been crucial. Please join me in my efforts in trying to raise awareness worldwide so that other women may be able to get help too. Please help me tag @iamsteveharveytv let’s see if we can make it more than 20k comments😊”
Many celebrities including Chito from KISS FM has called out his army to help tag Steve Harvey.