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Larry Madowo to Host Special Tribute The Trend Show Dedicated to Jahmby Koikai

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The CNN journalist also shared a poster with a pay bill to support the late reggae entertainer. Photo: Larry Madowo.

Larry Madowo has announced a special The Trend tribute show for his former colleague Jahmby Koikai.

According to Madowo, the special tribute show will air on Friday night, June 7 on NTV.

Madowo also revealed former The Trend panel members will make an appearance.

The CNN reporter will be the special host with former hosts and panel members from Ciru Muriuki to Anita Nderu sharing their memorable moments about Jahmby Koikai.

“I’m back hosting #TTTT for one night only to celebrate the life of our friend Njambi Koikai. Glad the whole gang is back – Ciru Muriuki, Jeff Mote, Cindy Ogana, Eddie Butita, and Anita Nderu for one last dance.” Madowo said.

Jahmby Koikai had previously been a The Trend host and panel member.

The CNN journalist also shared a poster with a pay bill to support the late reggae entertainer.

The funds raised will go into clearing her medical bills and burial expenses.

Jahmby Koikai one of Kenya’s most prominent media personalities died after years of battling health problems.

She had been battling a chronic condition known as endometriosis which has affected her since age 13.

Endometriosis is a painful disorder where tissue similar to the lining inside the uterus grows outside the uterus, causing severe pain and complications.

She is fondly referred to by her legion of fans as the Queen of reggae due to her passion for this genre of music.

The media personality inspired many not only through her shows but also her strength and determination to fight endometriosis.

She garnered fame while hosting reggae shows on the pioneer urban radio Metro FM and also QFM which was under the Nation Media group.