Wavinya Ndeti Among Kenyans Who Came To The Rescue Of Lady Who Posted Suicide Note Online

Wavinya Ndeti Among Kenyans Who Came To The Rescue Of Lady Who Posted Suicide Note Online

young woman identified as Jane Kyallo shared a short message on Twitter, indicating that she was contemplating suicide.

Without disclosing much, she said that she had been through so much pain that death was now the only option, as all hope had been lost.

“If God does not take my life now, I will do it myself,” she wrote.

Concerned netizens made concerted efforts to prevent the active Twitter user from executing her morbid plan. 

Some took to the comments section to offer a piece of advice while others tried to reach her on the phone.

Communication expert Benji Ndolo appealed to the woman to seek help from close family members and friends, noting that suicide would cause more harm than good.

Marvin Mwangi wrote: “Committing suicide should be the last thing you should think about, Jane. We suffer but continue hanging on because what I know life is a challenge that we already accepted! All the best.”

Moments later, Kyallo came back with some good news and Transport Chief Administrative Secretary Wavinya Ndeti was among the people who had been moved to offer her help. 

“Hi! For those trying to reach out. I’m now okay, thank you so much. I am okay, I thank God, I am in the safe company of Mama @Wavinya_Ndeti.”

In her message, Ndeti said: “A strong woman knows she has strength enough for the journey, but a woman of strength knows it is on the journey where she will become strong.”