Mzee Ezekiel Walufu & Mama Agripina Shilieyo Mulama

Sunrise: 1931 — Sunset: 20/04/2021 & Sunrise: 1960 — Sunset: 21/04/2021

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the death of Daktari Ezekiel Walufu and Mama Agripina Shilieyo.

Daktari Ezekiel is the son of the late Joel Walufu and the late Salome Achieng and beloved husband of the late Damaris Awori and the late Agripina Shilieyo. He is the brother of Aggrey, the late Bethsheba, Ludia, Loyce, the late Dinah, Keziah and Rael.

Mama Agripina is the daughter of the late Joseph and Paulina Mukara. She is the sister of Christina, Lugresia, Jane and Remy.

Daktari, Mama Damaris and Mama Agripina were parents of Livingstone, Fred, Walter, the late Anderson, Florence, David, Reuben, Patrick, Elizabeth, Salome, Cytrus, Trigard and Todrit They are father-in-law and mother-in-law of Elizabeth, Jackline, Eunice, Karen and Dinac.

They are brother-in-law and sister-in law of Clare, Pamela, Mary and Alice. Daktari is brother-in-law of the late Elkana Mulamba, the late Prof Nimrod Bwibo, the late Erastus Wanyaka, Remy and Macarios. Daktari is the uncle of Sgt-Maj (Rtd) Okumu, Dr Kokonya, James Wesonga, Alfred Makanda, Rev. Dickson Barasa and Geoffrey, among others.

Daktari and Mama are grandparents of Ben, Salome, Jeremy, Doplhin, Quiton, Caren, Briton Damaris, Hope, Waren, Rylan, Kayla, Spanard, Abstastan, Tamela and Amanda, among others.

The cortege leaves Butula mortuary on April 30th, 2021, for burial at their home in Buduma village, Bumala ‘B’ Sub-location, Marachi East Location, Busia County.

In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever.

2nd Timothy 4:7 —”I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”

Virginia Kibera Ndung’u

2nd Anniversary

2 years later we remain strongly bound by your love. The lessons you so willingly taught us have found roots.

Your presence looms large. So grateful for your intercession. Time will never erase your impact on our lives. Your inspiration keeps us going, your exemplariness a formidable challenge. Most important is that we feel more closely linked to heaven because of you, knowing that you continue to intercede for us just as you did while we had your physical company.

You are fondly missed by the children, Cliff and Shirlyn and your husband Isaac, indeed the entire family and huge of friends that you gathered to yourself.

Your warmth, love for us, others and all that is good remain entrenched in our hearts.

Simon Kamau Njuguna (Vet/Daktari)  

It is with deep sorrow and acceptance of God’s will that we announce the passing on of Simon Kamau Njuguna (Vet/Daktari) of Githunguri Kiambu County which occurred on 27th April, 2021 peacefully in his sleep.

Son the late Njuguna and Wanjiru (Wagithiri). A loving husband of the late Mwalimu Sophia. Loving Father of the late Jane and Kagurani, Lawrence and Emma, Mbugua and Esther (USA), George and Gladys, Eunice and Mwangi, Mary and John, Titus and Ann, Shiku and Noel. Wonderful Guka of Munene, Ivy, Jason, Ken, Simon, Joan, Gad, Roxine, Kevin, Sam, Kendi, Sophia, Nigel, Sophie, Giana and Simon.

Loving brother of Wangui Kibe, Wambui Kuruga, Nungari Mburu, Mwalimu George Ngugi, Peter Kago and the late Grace Gitau. Brother-in-law of Engineer Mbugua, Weston, Grace Njoroge, Sarah Muhuni, among others. Uncle of Njuguna’s, Kamau’s, Wanjiru’s, Mbugua’s,Waceke’s and many others. Daktari Simon was a friend to many.

Family and friends are meeting daily at his home Minja village, Githunguri, Kiambu County.

The burial will be held at his home Minja village, Githunguri, Kiambu County on Tuesday 4th May 2021 at 11:00am.

Fare thee well daddy, brother, guka, uncle & friend, till we meet again.

Lay Rev. Winstone Douglas Okumali Shitote

In humble acceptance of God’s will we announce the passing to glory of Lay Rev. Winstone Douglas Okumali Shitote of Enanga village, Kisa South Location, Khwisero Sub county Kakamega. Formerly of KARI and Ministry of Finance.

Son of the late Douglas Okumali Shitote and Doris Emitekwa.

Loving husband to Rev Melisa Andika Okumali of Enanga Church of God. Father to the late Judy and Norman, David Okumali, Dr. Benson Ongaya, Titus Anyanga, Philip Okoko, Douglas Shitote, Dolly Emitekwa. He was father in law to Joseph Wanakayi, Esther uMchilwa, the late Janet Ongaya, Lucy Anyanga, Ruth Gusilihu, Sylvia Waswa.

Brother to the late Milka Ayako, Tabitha Umuyoma and Shem Limerajob Okumali and Miriam Otenyo.

He was grandfather to Felix, Dorine, Mutali, John, James, Shawn, Ryan, Eric, Winston, Christiana, Brian, Melisa, Sheldon, Bob, Tamara, Abusi.

The cortege will leave Life Care Funeral home – Bungoma on Friday 7th May 2021 for Interment on the 8th May at his home in Emalindi, Enanga Village.

Philip Njuguna (Wa Ruth)


We the family of the late Philip Njuguna Waruth alias PMG Kamau would like to express our most sincere thanks for the sympathy and support extended to us during hospitalization and after the untimely demise of our beloved husband and father.

We wish to express our sincere gratitude to His Excellency the President of the republic of Kenya and his team for the support he has given to us in this difficult time, we also would like to thank Dr. Joseph Kinyua in assisting to find a hospital for our beloved in a time when there is difficulty in finding one.

We wish to sincerely thank his doctor; Dr. Wanene for the care he extended to PMG and his family during treatment. We also wish to thank Pastor Nyamu of CITAM Karen who so kindly accepted to offer final rites for our beloved.

In a special way we thank our organizing committees and extended families both in Karen and Kandara who ensured the smooth process that we witnessed up to PMG’s send off.

It is not possible to thank every one of you special and great Friends who individually came to our aid, kindly accept this as a token of our heartfelt appreciation.

May God Bless you abundantly and may you never lack

Paulina Kanini Ngao Mathew

It is with a heavy heart and acceptance of Gods will that we announce that Mummy has gone to be with the Lord after a period of illness.

Loving wife of Mathew Ngao Iseka. Daughter of the late Mbeneka Malinda and the late Malinda Muomo. Caring. Mum of Stella Kalekye (Ipsos Ltd), Muia Ngao (Redip Mombasa), Moffat Ngila (Moffaya Entertainment), Nixon Makau (Machakos), Ann Mathew (Securex), George Iseka (Kenya Navy), Jacinta Mbaika (Mombasa), Jackline Mbeneka (Nairobi), Kevin Malinda (Plant Operator MKS) and Samuel Iseka (Ngao Estate Agent).

Grandmother of Adrian, Jadiel, Ian, Leon, Baraka, Jamie Kitolo, Abedi, Mehack, Sabina, Jasmine, Tasha, Noel, Galyn, Renee, Jolly, Cailla, Sonia. Sister of Kavee Ndambuki, Wayua singi, the late Mwikali Musau, Mbeke Mutiso, Late Waiu Malinda and Boniface Maweu. Mother-in-law of Eric, Sheba, Irene, Nana, Nyasimi, Mutunga, Peter, Mwende.

The cortege leaves Montezuma Funeral Home (Machakos), on Saturday 1st May, at 8.30am for burial later at the family home in Kitanga, Mua, Machakos County.

2nd Timothy 4:7 — Mum you have fought a good fight; kept the faith and finished the race. Rest with the Angels until meet again in paradise.

Naomi Muthina Kalani

Sunrise 2/3/1962 – Sunset 22/4/2021

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the death of Naomi Muthina Kalani.

Daughter of Late Mwikya Ngele and Late Mwikali Ngele. Wife of Elijah Kalani Maithya (OGW) of Kalisasi Village in Mwingi Central Constituency, Kitui County. Mother to Edward Mwangangi (KPS), Arch. Eliud Maingi (Kitui County) Eunice Kasau(Muthiioni Sec.Sch), Elizabeth Mwikali (Kilifi Hosp) and Miriam Mawia (KU). Grandmother to Beldine Munanie, Abigael Mutheu, Jason Kalani, Anthony Mumo, Smyrna Terry and Eliana Mutanu.

Mother-in-law to Nancy Katui, Jennifer Muthili, Paul Ngungu and Anthony Barasa. Daughter-in-law to Late Daniel Maithya Mbitha and Esther Syungo. Sister – in-Law to Mungai, Late Mukami, Maluki,Late Koka, Kawila Mutia, Kamene, Martha, Mbiti, James Sila(00P), Nzambi, Mawia and Lucia (Ruai Girls Sec Sch) among others.

The cortege leaves Tribute Funeral Home, Kitui on 1st May, 2021 for burial at her home in Kalisasi Village, Mwingi Central Sub-County on the same day.

Rev 21: 4 “And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes and there shall be no more death…”

Mzee Lenina Lenkaya Ndaani

It is with great sadness we announced the loss of Mzee Lenina Lenkaya Ndaani, a husband Father brother uncle and grandfather who passed on 25th,Apri1 2021. He was Born in 1919. He was from Enkorika Dalalekutuk ward Kajiado County.

Husband to Teyiaa Lenina and Tiinde Lenina. Father to Martin Lila, the late Tiyianoi Mamayiai, Semeloi Makooi, Maante Lemaron, Hamisi Lenina, Sonkoi Murrani, Mopiyian Marinie,Ting’aru, Siota, Sereya, Lintayo Saigilu, the late Shapashina, Kupere Lenina,Tetoe Momoyok, Sein Leng’urusa, Kirruti Lenina, Maninkei Lenina, Sisian Lenina and Keloi Lenina.

The burial is scheduled to take place on Saturday 1st May 2021. The cortege leaves Kajiado Mortuary to his farm at Enkorika Village.

Mzee John Khabeko Etemesi

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the sudden death of Mzee John Khabeko Etemesi which occurred on the morning of the 26th of April, 2021 at his Sibanga home in Cherengany, Trans Nzoia County.

Mzee John Etemesi was born into a family of service and learnt from an early age the honour and privilege of serving God, family, and Country, which would become his guiding principles throughout the rest of his life.

He began his public life as a teacher after training at Siriba Teachers Training College, and thereafter rose to the position of headmaster of Lunza School in Butere, Kakamega County. He later left teaching to join the Provincial Administration, first as a District Officer, serving in various parts of the country including Butere, Migori, Taita-Taveta, Kwale, Kilifi, Kisii.and Nyeri and subsequently as District Commissioner and served in Nyandarua, Embu, and Samburu Districts. The late President Daniel arap Moi, recognising his hard work and dedication to duty appointed him to the position of Deputy Provincial Commissioner, Coast Province and later as Provincial Commissioner, Eastern and subsequently Central Provinces.

Following his retirement from Provincial Administration, he continued to serve on several parastatal boards and Commissions. He also dedicated his time on church development activities in Butere, Kitale and Sibanga, something he continued to pursue, cherish, and enjoy until his death.

Mzee Etemesi will be remembered by the many people who knew him as a humble man; a diligent and hard-working public servant; a committed Christian and servant of The Church; a true and loyal friend, a leader, counsellor, a mentor, and advisor Who was always ready and willing to share his knowledge and wisdom; a dedicated husband, a loving father, and a doting grandfather.

He will be sorely missed. May the Good Lord Rest His Soul In Eternal Peace.

Milkah Njeri Gachathi

Sunrise: 1934 — Sunset: 2021

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will and profound sadness that we announce the passing on of Milkah Njeri Gachathi of Kabati, Kagiko Village, Ithiru Location, Kandara Sub-county, Murang’a County.

Daughter of the late Ng’ang’a and the late Wanjiru.Wife of the late Gachathi Nugu. Co-wife of the late Tabitha Njoki Gachathi. Sister of Kamicha, Njoki, Nyoike and Waithira. Loving mother of Warnbui (Maguguni), the late Wanjiru (Nyeri), Mwangi (Nyahururu), Wangui (Kariva), Njoki (Canada), Waceke (Kandara), Waithira Kamanga (Ngoingwa), Kanyi (Nyahururu), Wanjiku (Gacharage) and Wairimu (Kagiko). Mother-in-law, grandmother and great-grandmother to many.

The cortege leaves Montenzuma Monalisa Funeral Home Kenol/Kabati, on Tuesday, 4th May, 2021 at 9:00am for a funeral service and burial at her home in Kabati/ Kagiko Village, Murang’a County.

In God’s hands you rest in our hands you remain forever.