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News anchor Betty Kyallo, like other Kenyans, is self-distancing at home with her family and by the look of things, would not have it any other way.

Not only is she spending time and bonding, Betty also appreciates the fact that her daughter  Ivanna has recovered from Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM).

According to the media personality, spending time with Ivanna was one of her prayers she made to God and He came through for her.

“There was a time when she was unwell I prayed that God would grant me moments like these in future… He did and I’m so thankful…. Ivanna be like “Mum vile naona hii kitu, tukae tu home manze” Ivannareeeee,” she wrote.

Opening up on her daughter’s condition in 2019 , the K24 news anchor revealed that her daughter went into a coma early that year as she battled the rare autoimmune disease and was on life support for a month.

“Early this year my sweet lovely daughter Ivanna was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease. It was marked by a sudden widespread attack of inflammation in the brain and spinal cord called ADEM (acute disseminated encephalomyelitis). Basically, this disease damages the protective coating of the nerve fibres called myelin that acts as conductors to all muscles for basic human functionality.

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