Reggea family are in mourning of their beloved amcee and media personality Jhamby Koikai who passed away on June 3 at Nairobi hospital where she was receiving treatment.

Photo of the late Jahmby Koikai.

Numerous Jamaican reggea artists have not been left behind in expressing their condolences and honouring the legacy of the Vibrant Fyah Mummah.

Among the reggea artists to send their condolences was Winston Rodney known as Burning Spear. He is well reknowned for his timeless hit ‘Identity’, which hinted at a potential music tour in Kenya, 2007.

“My sincerest condolence to the family it my sister Fyah Mama Njambi Koikai sleep in peace Queen Rastafari,” he expressed.

Gramps Morgan of the famous reggea band Morgan Heritage also took to social media to honour Jahmby Koikai. He celebrated Koikai’s contribution to reggae music and culture on his Twitter official account.

“Fly high butterfly, we will not forget 🇰🇪 Thank you for all you did for reggae music, culture, and the beautiful Kenyan people ❤️🙏🏾 Rest in peace Mumma Fyaah,” Gramps Morgan wrote, reflecting the deep sense of loss felt by the reggae fraternity.

Another prominent figure in the reggea scene, D Major also paid his respect through a post on social media. His tribute was heartfelt, echoing the sentiments of many fans who revealed Jahmby Koikai’s passionate advocacy and love for reggae music.

Selector Tachnix and Jahmby Koikai.

Numerous reggea events are set to honour Jahmby Koikai across Kenya. Her dedication to promoting reggea music and culture has left an incredible mark on the hearts of many.

Meeting for planning Jahmby Koikai’s funeral will be held on Friday 7, Saturday 8, Monday 10 and Wednesday 12 June at the All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi.

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