Wambui Kamiru, the widow of Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore is yet to come to terms with his loss.

The mother of two has been penning touching messages to her late husband, who succumbed to acute myeloid leukemia cancer in June 2019.

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Wambui, an installation artist, reminisces about the good times she shared with the love of her life before he passed.

Her posts usually have the hashtag #NotesOnAbsence.

At least in my dreams, we still sit across each other at dinner parties. #NotesOnAbsence,' read one of her posts.

Collymore and Wambui were a perfect match and couple goals to many.

In another post, she wrote,

To walk around with the ever present knowledge that something is missing.

Not misplaced.

Not lost.

But missing.

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Wambui is still grieving just like many do and while expressing her sadness, she wrote,

Tears mixed with laughter mixed with the grainyness of sadness.

To whom do these tears belong?

Why does my laughter have no recollection of the depth of my sadness?

And yet I owe my joy to its cousin.

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