Wambui Collymore joined thousands of netizens in commemorating World Cancer Day 2020 also revealing early signs of cancer that people should stay alert to.
Her post was very insightful, sighting it as a way to remember her late husband Bob Collymore who succumbed to the disease.
Wambui just like other social media users, gave in her support to the fighters and the survivors by giving them hope and courage.
Her message, in particular, carried some weight on the signs people should be keen about.
Taking to Twitter, Wambui sent her message to men making many to assume that her message could be as a result of a previous experience.
“*Men.* If a cough lasts more than 7 days, go see a doctor. If something just doesn’t feel right about your body, go see a doctor. Night sweats, go see a doctor. There is nothing manly about ignoring symptoms that your body is not well. #WorldCancerDay2020″ read Wambui’s post.
Wambui said that it would be best for people to exercise claiming that if one kept fit, their body would place them at a better chance in fighting a serious illness as compared to those who didn’t exercise.
Also, exercise for the body you want to live in – not for the body you want to be in. If you get diagnosed with a serious illness, your body has a greater fighting chance if you exercise regularly. #WorldCancerDay2020
— Wambui K. Collymore (@WambuiKamiru) February 4, 2020
At the time Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore was alive, it would be remembered that he revealed his mornings would start at quarter past five, that is when he would wake up, and hit the gym in the early hours.
From Wambui’s post, one can pick out that working out was a plus for Bob as he battled with acute Myeloid Leukemia.
This post comes weeks after heartbroken Wambui admitted that she misses her husband on his birthday January 13th. Her post was too emotional as she counted the exact number of months since he passed on after battling cancer.
Below were some reactions from her post:
Kumbe my exercising is not in pain
— Abel Momanyi Monari (@abelmonari) February 4, 2020
Ongeza volume Wambui prisss
— Sylvia Gathigia (@GathigiaSylvia) February 4, 2020
Great Message copied.
— Peter Kamonde Ndegwa🇰🇪#KOTLoyals (@pekande2011) February 4, 2020