Joyce “Cucu” Wambui Njoba-Matu


The family of the late Dr. Joyce “Cucu” Wambui Njoba Matu would like to most sincerely thank all who stood with her and us during the time of her illness and transition to Glory.

Our heartfelt gratitude to doctors, nurses and support staff at KNH private wing and Chemotherapy day care center; Mediheal and Moi Teaching & Referral hospitals in Eldoret; the Clergy at St. Andrew’s Church Nairobi led by Rev. Dorcas and Rev. Macharia, the Elders, the St. Andrew’s Church choir and members of District 8; Dr. Joyce’s friends and neighbours in Machakos and in Malaba; her professional colleagues, students and friends at Machakos. Egerton and Rongo Universities; to all our relatives and friends in Kenya and abroad, for your prayers, presence, tributes, encouragement and your generous financial support.

Kindly accept this acknowledgment as an expression of our deepest gratitude for making our loss bearable.

Numbers 6:24-26 — “The LORD Bless you and keep you; the LORD make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; the LORD turn his face toward you and give you peace.”

Joseph Kamunya Waweru


We the family of the late Joseph Kamunya Waweru thank the Almighty God for the blessing of our father, guka, uncle, brother and friend and for the beautiful life He gave him.

Thanks to our respective relatives and friends for all your invaluable support during his illness and the funeral.We are also grateful to the funeral committee, ably led by Mr. Peter Ndungu, for the commitment and zeal portrayed during the time we held the meetings without tiring.

We express our sincere gratitude to each one of you, our friends and neighbours, for your messages of condolence, prayers, emotional physical and financial support following his demise.We are eternally grateful. Specific mention goes to former staff of the late Joseph Waweru from Kenya National Farmers Union, his Highview Estate neighbours and his relatives in Kenya and abroad; Robert Waweru’s company and colleagues at Saladin Media Uganda and colleagues, the Gathi family and friends, Ugacof Uganda, Saracen Marketing Kenya friends, Lions and Wellout Uganda golfing fraternity, Uganda Golf Club friends, Nairobi School Class of 83-86, friends in Uganda and Kenya; Dr. Wangari Siika’s neighbours, friends and colleagues from Aga Khan University, the Kenya Society of Anaesthesiologists, the Eldoret Doctors fraternity, Kenya High School class of 89 and MBChB class of 97, Anthony Wachira and the Kotut Family; Dr. Catherine Wairimu Waweru’s BPharm Class of 2000, Dr Sheila Marco and family, Dr Owendi Ongayi and family, Kate Otega (UNHCR), Prof Rachel Ndonye, Dr Pam Njuguna, Dr Koki Muli, Brigadier Yvonne Kerubo, Anne Marie Mecca (Google), Ife Matoya (Google), Dr Marybeth Maritim, Dr Evelyn Gitau (APHRC), Debi Obwaka Ndindjock (IBM), Alice Muriithi (PWC), Muthanje Waruinge, Louise Khabure (Consultant), Tony and Joy Musembi, Betty Tuva, and several others; Arch. Rose Kagechi’s friends and colleagues from the National Construction Authority (NCA), the State Department for Public Works, B.Arch Class of 2002, Rose N. Njoroge Ph.D and several others; Umash Funeral Home Nairobi,Wamolah Events Ltd. and other service providers. We are also indebted to Rev. Charles Thuku and Rev. Stanley Amukoa from CITAM for presiding over a wonderful farewell ceremony.

Please accept this acknowledgement as our family’s token of deep appreciation.

Lois Ngima Muchui

In Loving Memory

1St Anniversary

It has been one year since you went to be with the Lord but in our minds it feels like only yesterday. Our dear Mama Lillian you are greatly treasured and deeply missed by Your Loving Husband; Muchui S.K, Your Devoted Children; Lillian & Albert, Alex & Agnes, Ronald & Grace and Maureen and Your dotting Grandchildren.

We are awfully thankful and grateful to our Churches (P.C.E.A. Evergreen & St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church – Kiambu), our relatives and our friends who have consistently continued to comfort and to encourage us.

Jesus told her; l am the resurrection and the life, anyone who believes in me will live even after dying. Everyone who lives in me and believes in me will never ever die.— John 11:25-26

James Githire Muchui

In Loving Memory

5th Anniversary

It has been slightly over five years since you went to be with the Lord. Our dear James you are greatly treasured and deeply missed by your Loving Wife; Maureen and Your Devoted Children; Kayla & Florah,Your loving Dad; Muchui S.K,Your Sister; Lillian, Your Sisters-in-Iaw; Agnes & Grace, Your two Brothers; Alex & Ronald, Your brother-in-law; Albert and Your Nephew and Nieces.

We are awfully thankful and grateful to our Churches (P.C.E.A. Evergreen & St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church – Kiambu), our relatives and our friends who have consistently continued to comfort and to encourage us.

Jesus told her; l am the resurrection and the life, anyone who believes in me will live even after dying. Everyone who lives in me and believes in me will never ever die.— John 11:25-26

Nicholas Juma Makhulo


24th December 1939 — 31st January 2023

We, the family of the late Nicholas Juma Makhulo, wish to express our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all our relatives, friends and professional colleagues for your overwhelming support, prayers, kind messages of condolence, financial contributions, moral and material support during the illness and sad demise of our beloved. Please accept this message as a sincere gesture of our appreciation. God Bless you.

“But God will redeem my life from the grave; he will surely take me to himself.” Psalm 49:15

Esther Wangui Waihenya


Dr. Waihenya Chomba, Njambi and Chomba would like to thank God for the life of Mrs. Esther Waihenya and His strength, grace and mercy during her illness.

We acknowledge the support from ACK St. Francis Church, Karen and specifically The Venerable Canon Joyce Kariuki, Curate Peter Nzimbi as well as all the clergy who supported the family during Mrs. Waihenya’s illness and the funeral.

Thanks to our respective family members, relatives and friends for all your invaluable support during her illness and at the funeral. We are also grateful to the funeral committee who worked hard to give Mrs. Waihenya an honorable farewell.

Our heartfelt gratitude to the medical staff who took care of Mrs.Waihenya during her illness and hospitalization. In particular, Dr. Maina M.D., Dr. Martin Wanyoike, Dr Samuel Gathua and Nursing staff of Nairobi Hospital and the Doctors and Nurses in India.

We express our appreciation to the management and staff of KMTC, especially Karen Campus, who supported Mrs. Waihenya in health, and during her illness. Their companionship and friendship during that time is highly appreciated. We acknowledge their participation and tribute during the funeral service.

Our sincere appreciation for all the prayers from friends and well wishers during her illness, as well as those who attended the various meetings, the funeral service and burial and gave encouraging tributes and messages of condolence. We are also grateful for the financial contributions.

Special thanks to Dr. Waihenya Chomba’s colleagues and friends and Njambi and Chomba’s friends and colleagues for their encouragement and support.

We know Mum lived her life to the full, fought a good fight, finished her course, and kept the faith.

Kama Thayu Maitu.

Thecla Neema Lohay


The family of the late Thecla Neema Lohay of Sompet Oloitokitok, who died on Saturday 11th February, 2023 would like to thank most sincerely all those who sympathised with them on their great loss.

She was wife of the late John Baptist Lohay OB), Mother to Josephine Lohay, Joseph Lohay, Gloria Anampiu, Paul Bura (Lohay) and Paula Moretti (Lohay). Mother-in-law to Stefano Moretti, Geoffrey Anampiu, Lisa Bura and Betty. Grandmother to Gianni, Jeffrey Koome, Karl, Baran, Maley, Bayri Bilal, Zena, Lindsey and Mani.

We offer our most heartfelt thanks to the many friends and well-wishers who visited us, attended the cremation and services in Nairobi and Sompet. Those who provided emotional, practical and financial support. Those who called, travelled long distances, made time for us, sent tributes, messages of condolences, prayed for us and showed us an outpouring of love.

A special word of thanks to her carers, Tracy Yohana and Faith Rukuyian Olomunyak who were with Ama 24/7 during Mum’s most challenging and difficult times.

Your contributions made our loss more bearable and it is not possible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our deepest gratitude.

The Lohay Family

Mama Lucy Moraa Milikau

In Loving Memory

Dear Mama, It is exactly a year since you suddenly left us, yet our hearts are still raw and our tears still freely flow. We miss your assuring presence, your smile, your voice, your laughter, your wisdom, your counsel, your generosity, your strength and your love.

We are comforted that you are in eternal rest and peace with the Almighty Father, Our Lord Jesus and the Holy Spirit in Heaven, Who loved you and whom you loved.

You are deeply missed, always remembered and forever loved by your husband, children, grandchildren, relatives and friends.

The family appreciates and thanks all those who have stood with us and continue to support us throughout this time of adjusting to our family matriarch’s absence. God richly bless you all.

Psalms 116:15 “Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints.”

Mary Adongo Wekullo


June 20, 1947 January 2, 2023

We, the entire Wekullo family would like to extend our sincere and profound gratitude to all our friends, colleagues, relatives, and family for standing with us during the bereavement of our beloved mother, Mary Adongo Wekullo. Your messages of sympathy, words of comfort, prayers, physical presence, emotional and financial support, and overwhelming generosity are truly appreciated.

First, all thanks and praises be to the Almighty and benevolent God for his faithfulness and the blessings of a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunty, friend, and matriarch to many.

A very special appreciation goes to the doctors who have over the years treated and attended to Mama; Dr Charles Kariuki, Dr Elly Odongo, Dr Gaman, the medical team at Bungoma County Referral Hospital and the medical team at Fortis Memorial & Research Institute in New Delhi, Dr Vinod Raina and Dr Mukesh Pratekar, who worked tirelessly to treat her.

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to Consolata Shrine for offering Mass for Mama and to the entire clergy of Holy Spirit Catholic Church Bulimbo for giving Mama a beautiful send-off Mass. May the almighty God bless you abundantly for the special support, encouragement, and prayers. We also wish to thank Mama’s various church groups; CWA, Legion of Mary, Moyo Mtakatifu jumuiya and Sisters of the Holy Cross – Bulimbo, for walking with us and embracing our burden in our moment of sorrow.

We are equally grateful to H.E. Fernandez Barasa, Governor-Kakamega County, and other government representatives for standing with us in our hour of need.

Special thanks also go to the planning committees both in Nairobi and Mukhweya, for their outstanding commitment and dedication that went into ensuring that Mama had a befitting send-off. We are truly grateful to everyone who played a role in making this difficult time bearable.

To all the service providers for exceptional commitment in executing your respective duties to make Mama’s last journey memorable.

Since it is not possible to mention everyone, please accept this as a message of our sincere gratitude and appreciation to each and every one of you. We are truly humbled by the outpouring of love, support, and thoughtfulness during this period of mourning May God Bless you all abundantly.

Rest In Peace Mama

“From the rising of the sun, to the going down of the same, the name of the Lord is to be praised- Psalms 113:3

James Gaithung’u Chege (JG)


Mrs. Milkah Chege, together with his children and the entire Gaitung’u family wish to express our sincere gratitude to the Almighty God for the wonderful years He allowed us to spend with “JG”, as well as the peace bestowed upon us throughout the mourning period.

We express our heartfelt gratitude to the friends, families and colleagues for the love, friendship, prayers and overwhelming support that we received during our time of bereavement as we laid our beloved to eternal rest There is no measure or sufficient words that could express our appreciation. We were deeply humbled by your visits, words of encouragement and comfort, your gifts and generous contributions towards according our patriarch a befitting send-off for a man who truly nurtured, mentored and touched many lives.

Our special acknowledgment and thanks to the team of doctors and nurses who cared for JG at the Sanar International Hospital- India, The Nairobi Hospital led by Dr. Gladwel Kiarie and Dr. P. Ngugi. “If it was in your hands, you would have given him a new lease of life.” — Asanteni Sana.

To the NCBA Upperhill team that donated blood to extend JG’s life, accept our heartfelt gratitude. Special thanks go to our Nairobi committee that was ably led by Mr. Sam Waweru for the commitment and zeal portrayed during the time we held the meetings without tiring.

We also wish to appreciate the management and the entire fraternity of Parklands Sports Club (JG’s second home) for the love you extended to us and also availing a conducive meeting place and refreshments for the entire period. To the chairman, Mr. Michael Muchemi, and your entire team, please accept our sincere appreciation. To the golfing fraternity, Muthaiga Golf Club and Vetlab Golf Club, kindly accept our special thanks for tributes and support.

Special thanks to the clergy led by His Grace, Bishop David Mureithi of House of Grace, Bishop Martin Kinyua of VOPC and Pastor Peter Lewoi of Ilbissil.

To all the service providers who supported us including “Big Mitch Events” and “Juliana Caterers”. Please accept our appreciation for putting your best foot forward.

Since it is not possible to thank each one of you individually, please accept our warm gratitude and prayers to the Almighty God to bless each one of you abundantly.

Ni twa cokia ngaatho I Asante Sana | Ashe Oleng | Thank you.

I thank my God upon every remembrance of you. Phil 1:3