For the past few days, Kenyans have been treated to some worrying news after it emerged famous musician Joyce wa Mama has been attacked by a lady leaving her blind.
Reports indicate that the famous Kikuyu Musician was performing at one of the local joint along Kangundo road when the incident occurred.
Sadly, the kikuyu musician was celebrating her birthday on the same eve that the horrifying attack took place.
Taking to her social media handles, Joyce has revealed that she is currently under medical care.
"Hello my fb family, thank you for your for prayers,calls,sms, l really apreaciate you guys..l thank God am well am home.
gitiri mugwi wa mbara uhaririio mundu muthingu ukagacira wira-ini wagwo...
Uyu niwe urabagiire Mibago miuru.....Ngai uria hoyaga aromuigwira tha"(this is the lady that planned and orchestrated the attack, may the almighty God forgive her)
She also went futher to reveal the name of a lady who attacked her.
According to her the lady is now identified as Catherine Murigi of the Famous Leo delicacies.
It is yet to be established what led to the bizarre attack that has caused serious public uproar across the internet.
Wa mama is currently seeking justice for the heinous attack that has left her partially blind.
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