Some of the celebrities who have lent their voices to the campaign include TV news anchor Janet Mbugua, rapper Shaq The Yungin, Israeli - Kenyan act Gilad, South African Top spin-master DJ Mikey, actress Brenda Wairimu, singer Angela Mwandanda, rap queen Femi One and South African star Nandi Tshabalala.
"Janet knew my late mum and when I played her audio she speaks about my mum, about how strong my mum was and it really just brought tears to my eyes. My mum passed way from breast cancer her anniversary of her death was on March 31," the Kiss FM breakfast show host said.
"We got listeners texting us about their loved ones battling breast cancer and how alone they'd felt until we spoke about it! Also to see male listeners find out for the first time that they too can get breast cancer. Knowledge is power!"