Wambui Kamiru Collymore, widow of the late ex-Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore, on Tuesday, issued a tough statement after media reports on the husband's will. 

She took issue with the publication of details of the late Collymore's last wishes contained in his Will.

Kamiru took to twitter stating that the publication of her late husband's wishes was not newsworthy urging the media to focus on informing, educating and empowering Kenyans. 

"Since 2016 when my name first appeared in press concerning my private life, I have done some interviews and turned down a lot more than I have accepted. Often my interviews are focused on the work I do in the hope that it educates and empowers others. My argument has always been that my personal life is not news worthy.

"Kenyans are capable of radical change. Kenyans are capable of innovation and are of great resilience. The media should not waste us by having us believe that we have nothing of substance that is newsworthy.

"We also don't have much time to waste. I am not the news. The news is what we are leaving in the dark. Media can determine the future of our country everyday, on that front page by casting light into the dark. On just that one page, media can make or break us as a nation. It is time," part of her statement read.