Jamby Koikai 150x150 - ¨I shall finish STRONG¨ EndoWarrior Njambi Koikai overwhelmed by enormous tribute reggae set made in memory of their good times

EndoWarrior, Njambi Koikai is thrilled to have been honored at this year´s Jazz Festival by Safaricom after a small tribute reggae set was done for her. The Jazz Festival is an event the brave personality has never let slip off her hands. And she attributes it all to her family and band, Nairobi Horns. She shares nothing but love and gratitude for the overwhelming support accorded to her through her life journey. View this post on Instagram Yesterday at Safaricom Jazz my family @nairobihorns did a small tribute reggae set and played this video. I honestly miss making music with the entire band. I miss you all. Too many memories we've shared in the past and i carry that in my heart. Thank you for standing with me in this journey. Thank you for praying with me. I shall finish STRONG. Thank you to the best horn section in Kenya @nairobihorns and thank you @safaricomplc_ There was a time the music was playing and i was like aiyayaya….si that's my cue to get in….big up yourselves. I love y'all @joy_mbithe thank you love for this video…. As they say #nobodycanstopreggae #endometriosis #thoracicendometriosis #endowarrior #endofighter #Jahmbyarmy #Godschild A post shared by Jahmby Conqueror (@jahmbykoikai) on May 2, 2019 at 4:27am PDT The Kenyan reggae queen reminisces memories of the good times they shared as a band. Furthermore, she can´t wait to do it all over again, not forgetting her supportive fans. View this post on Instagram Sitting here and a lot going through my mind I miss making music with my band and my horn section @nairobihorns We did have some awesome times. Cocody Rock is one of my favorite African reggae tunes of all time. I always corrupted it and sang my own lyrics lol… @nairobihorns can't wait to do…

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