Benjamin Wamahiu (Wamahot) Karuru

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 Born : 09/07/1951 – Passed : 01/07/2023

It is with profound shock and humble acceptance that we announce the death of Benjamin Wamahiu Karuru, formerly of Canadian High Commission Nairobi, after a short illness on Saturday 1st July 2023.

Son of the late Benjamin Karuru Ribiru and the late Jane Wangari Karuru of Gathuthi,Tetu Division, Nyeri County. Son- in- law of the late Mahmud Ali and the late Hajera Mahmud, Pakistan.

Loving husband to Sheila Parvyn Wamahiu. Adored father to Karuru Wamahiu, Noraisha Oyama, Ali Wamahiu and Jasmine Wangari Parvyn Wamahiu.

Brother to Beatrice Wanjiku Mwangi, the late Arthur Wachira Karuru, the late Benjamin Kamunya Karuru and Caroline Wanjiku Reed.

Brother-in-law to Ra’ana Yasmin, Jamaal Mahmud, the late Reeta Nasreen Blagg, Seima Simeen Mahmud, Susan Njeri Kamunya , the late John Kagema Mwangi and the late James Reed.

Beloved Uncle, Cousin, and Friend to many.

Family and friends are gathering for prayers at the home, along Ole odume Rd, Nairobi.

To celebrate Wamahiu’s life, an interfaith service will be held on Tuesday, 11th July 2023 at Jain Bhavan Centre, Loresho, Nairobi. Family and friends are invited to attend this celebratory service, which will commence at 10 am.

Family and friends are supporting the family to offset major expenses through mpesa Paybill no. 8053821, account details: put your name.

The cortege leaves KU Funeral home,Thika Superhighway on Wednesday, 12th July 2023 at 6am, for a funeral service at their home, in Kahuro, Gathuthi,Thegenge Location,Tetu, Nyeri County at 10 am.

“The song is ended, but the melody lingers on.”

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