Wambui Kaamiru Colymore the widow of former Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore today Thursday July 1, 2021 marked second anniversary of her husband’s death.
Taking to her official Twitter handle, Collymore’s widow shared a simple message of an emoji of hands together, with no text to accompany it.
The humbling emoji is taken mean a number of things, most notably prayer mood, thanks, request, greeting other times to symbolize hope, praise, gratitude, reverence and respect.
Her post immediately elicited comments from her fans and followers, who later camped on her post with messages of comfort and encouragement in respect to the late Bob Collymore.
A number of the comments came from fellow colleagues at Safaricom, recounting with nostalgia his leadership at the giant Telecommunication company.
Others also replied with the hands together emoji, in solidarity with the Collymore’s widow.
Last year, the late Collymore’s “Boys Club” commemorated his first death anniversary at their Nairobi’s Kitisuru home by spending time with his wife Kamiru.
This was later followed with a message from a grateful club member Jeff Koinange, thanking Collymore’s widow for bringing the boys together in celebrating a life well lived in a Tweet.
Among those present during the celebrations include; former Gatanga MP Peter Kenneth, former Scan group CEO Bharat Thakrar, KCB CEO Joshua Oigara, Radio Africa’s Patrick Quarcoo and journalist Jeff Koinange.
Kamiru has been keen on remembering and celebrating the special days of their life with her deceased husband.
Early this year on January 13, she was on the record posting a special message on Bob’s birthday, accompanied with a photo of him shielding his face from the camera with a book.
“Happy birthday Mr Collymore,” her caption begun, “I still laugh at your attempts to escape our selfies,” she shared.