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I continue to love you - Wambui Collymore’s birthday message to husband
By Fay Ngina | Updated Jan 13, 2020 at 13:53 EAT
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Wambui Collymore and late husband Bob Collymore
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Despite being six months since the death of Bob Collymore, his wife and many Kenyans took to social media to celebrate his birthday. 

Through a social media post, Wambui posted a selfie of her and Bob while at the airport, saying that she misses being his ‘personal paparazzi.’

Wambui Collymore, on Monday, January 13 sent a heart-warming birthday message to her husband, Bob Collymore. 

Despite being six months since the death of Bob Collymore, his wife and many Kenyans took to social media to celebrate his birthday. 

Through a social media post, Wambui posted a selfie of her and Bob while at the airport, saying that she misses being his ‘personal paparazzi.’

“Mr. C., I miss being your personal paparazzi for our failed selfies. 6 months, 13 days, 22hrs 20mins since I last saw you. Happy birthday @bobcollymore I continue to love you,” said Wambui.


Her post saw several Kenyans who took to the comment section, some of whom congratulated Wambui for having a strong heart while others wished Bob a happy birthday.

Collymore died at the age of 61 on Monday, July 1, 2019, at his home in Nairobi after a long battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML).

The former Safaricom Chief Executive Officer, during an interview in August 2018, opened up on his journey battling with cancer.


“I went to London, and they told me I had acute myeloid leukemia- a rare kind of blood cancer that is curable. I was diagnosed with cancer. The doctors told me at the time that I had probably had it for about 6 months he revealed,” said Bob Collymore.

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‘If I were not CEO at Safaricom, if I worked at the call centre for instance, I would get the same medical access. I have 6 colleagues currently undergoing cancer treatment,” he added.

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