After the surgery Njoki can now sit up and move around her room but she is still in great pain because she has a tube inserted in her lungs and connected to a bottle.
Njambi took to social media and narrated her ordeal by writing;
“So after three days i can sit up and move slowly around my room. It is extremely painful as i have a tube inserted into my lungs then to a bottle that restricts my movement. Jana was really painful…I cried…I wailed and if you reminded me of my strength I’d look at you in disbelief.
There’s a painkiller called pethidine…it is lethal…they gave me that jana and I knew I was gone. Throughout the surgery I kept screaming and wailing that God is with me and I have purpose to fulfill His mission and vision. Take a minute to thank God for good health.
That’s all that matters! My grandma is holding firm even though we chose not to tell her of my sickness this time round due to her illness.
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