Rev. Peter Kaniah Kariuki


The PCEA church in conjunction with the Family of the Late Rev. Peter Kaniah Kariuki – PCEA Secretary General, acknowledges and appreciates the overwhelming support received in form Prayers, Presence and in kind, during his ailment, demise and internment.

We were greatly comforted by the kind gesture shown to us by His Excellency President. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. His Excellency the Deputy President, Dr. William Samoei Ruto, The Ministry of Health led by the CS, Sen. Mutahi Kagwe, The Former Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga, Peter Kenneth, Hon. Kimani Ichung’wa, The County Government of Kiambu, The Presbyterian fraternity, friends, organizations, partners, as well as well-wishers – within and those out of the country.

Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. (Gal 6:9)

Jackson Maina Mugweru


Following the death of our dear son and brother, the Mugweru family wishes to thank all those who sent us messages of condolence, those who visited us and those who gave us moral support as well as financial and material assistance.

We thank each and everyone who participated in the preparations for Jack’s final journey and in particular the funeral committee members who tirelessly guided the whole process.

We especially thank the clergy and members of A.C.K. Karimaini Parish for their immeasurable support and assistance during prayer meetings held at the family home and during the burial ceremony for Jack’s final farewell.

May the Almighty God bless you all.

Hon. Edward Nabangi Tale, MBA, CPA(K), CPS(K)


Sunrise: 01102/1960 – Sunset: 29/07/2020

We the family of the late Hon. CPA Edward Nabangi Tale would like to express our heartfelt appreciation for the overwhelming support by our relatives, friends and well wishers following the demise of our dearly beloved Patriarch. We appreciate all the emotional, spiritual and financial support. The loss of our beloved Patriarch was difficult but we drew strength and comfort from all your deeds of kindness.

We are forever grateful to CS Eugene Wamalwa for his unreserved support during his hospitalization and demise. We would also like to extend our utmost appreciation to Governor Wycliffe Wangamati, Hon. Tim Wanyonyi, Hon. Prof. Ruth Oniang’o, Clients of Nabangi Wachiye and Associates, Members of KMPDU Bungoma, NSCPS family, University of Nairobi (SWA), Directors and staff of Hazina Sacco Ltd, Madam Principal Esther Wanyama and Christians from St Barnabas awake Sub parish for standing with us during our darkest moments. We also extend our thanks to family friends, relatives and professional colleagues of the late.

Whereas we may not be able to mention everyone by name, we humbly request that you accept this acknowledgment as our most sincere and deepest gratitude. God bless you all, Asanteni Sana.

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. Rowans 8:28  

Lt. Col (Rtd) James Ngunyu Kabiru


We the family of the late Lt Colonel (Rtd) James Ngunyu Kabiru wish to convey our heartfelt appreciation to all our friends, relatives, neighbours, clergy, various groups and well wishers for your outpouring support in prayers, messages, phone calls, presence, word, deed and financial resources after his call by our heavenly Father on 18th July 2020.

Your immense support carried us through that period and still continues to.

Special mention goes to Kenya Defense Force’s personnel both Serving and Retired, Holy Innocent Catholic Church Tassia and CMA leadership, St. Martin De Porres Catholic Church Othaya, St Monica Catholic church Kianganda, FINA group, Tassia Estate Association, Top Life Group, UK Team, Othaya Welfare Groups, organising committees and all service providers. Since it is not possible to mention you all, please accept this message as our family appreciation.

May the Lord richly bless you all.

Irene Wamuhu Matu


We, the Family of the late Mrs. Irene Wamuhu Matu sincerely thank the Almighty God for the life He gave to our dear and beloved Mum. Our sincere gratitude and appreciation goes to everyone who stood with us during the difficult period of her hospitalization, demise and final send off on 26th June 2020.

Our heartfelt sincere gratitude goes to the entire Matu’s family, relatives, in-laws, and friends; for prayers, words of encouragement, moral, spiritual and financial support following the demise of our beloved mother. We were greatly touched by your kindness. In particular, we thank Joackim Catholic Church for leading and ministering during the funeral service befitting mum’s send off. We thank the chairman and organizing committee that ensured that everything was done well, rightfully and on time; the doctors and nurses of Nairobi Womens’ Hospital, the management of 4th Parklands Hotel, the Ex General Motors family and Roadrunner group.

Since it is not possible to individually thank all the people, we can only humbly request that you accept this acknowledgment as our token of appreciation. May God bless you all abundantly.

“Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. They will rest from their labour, for their deeds will follow them” Rev. 14:13

George Solomon Ougo Ogum

2nd Anniversary

It has been 2 years since you departed from us. We forever remember your smile and wise counsel.

Fondly remembered by your loving mother Naomi Ogum, wife Mical Ougo, your children Caroline, George, Javan, Jackie, Evelyn & Rebecca, Grandchildren George Jnr, Jonathan, Britney, Nick, Desmond, Mical & Micalyn. Brothers Moses, Samuel, Thomas, Lawrence, Norman, Zaddock, John, Enock; Sisters Mary, Apelles, Anyango, ln-laws, Relatives and Friends.

We take this opportunity to thank all who stood with us during that difficult time.

Dad your legacy still lingers with us.

Charity Clement Kanyeche Maingi


4th June 1943 – 22nd July 2020

We, the family of the late Charity Kanyeche Maingi, extend our heartfelt gratitude to all our relatives, friends and colleagues for the overwhelming support offered to us during the periods of Mum’s hospitalization, treatment and final send off.

We would like to especially thank all the doctors and nurses who worked tirelessly to treat Mum including Prof Kayima, Dr Mnene, Dr Okioma, Dr Twahir, Dr Ruturi, Dr Sokhi, Nurse Juma and the entire Renal Unit at the Nairobi Hospital. Our special appreciation also goes to Bishop Mwaluda, Rev. Munengi Mulandi, Rev. Nick Korir, Retired Rev. Wanjau and Rev. Kitawi Mwandhaghina who led us in celebrating our beloved Mother. We thank Nairobi Baptist Church– Ngong Road, Nairobi Chapel – Ngong Road and ACK St Stephen Church -Mole for providing us with spiritual nourishment and praying for her and with us.

We would like to thank the political leadership from Taita Taveta county, Kwale county and Kilifl county led by Hon Dr Naomi Shaban, Hon Chirau Ali Mwakwere, Hon Joyce Lay, Hon Jones Mlolwa and Hon Gideon Mung’aro for standing with us. We would also like to thank her former colleagues from HFCK; our Primary, High School and University Alumni for also supporting us beyond measure. We also thank the Royal Skyline Ltd, Uraia Trust, the wider aviation and civil society community for their unwavering support. A very special appreciation goes to Sally, Lucy, Janet, Anthony from Helping Hands and Beatrice who made sure Mum was well taken care of during her long illness. We would like to thank the Funeral Planning Committee that assisted us in ensuring we had a befitting send-off for Mum.

It is not possible to individually thank everyone who selflessly supported us through tributes, messages of condolences, prayers and most generous financial support throughout this period and so we humbly request that you accept this acknowledgement as a token of our appreciation. May God bless you all abundantly.

The Maingi Family

Regina Mukai Kitula


We, the immediate and extended family of our late Regina Mukai Kitula, the dear wife of Professor Geoffrey Kitula King’ei of Kenyatta University, would like to express our deep appreciation and heartfelt gratitude to all who stood with us at the most difficult and darkest moment following the passing on of our Dear wife, mother, grand-mother sister, aunt, cousin, colleague and friend to many. We are honestly overwhelmed and sincerely touched by the outpouring of your prayers, messages of condolences as well as your calls, visits and support in kind and finances.

Since space and time will not allow us to mention all of you individually, please, allow us to single out the following as a representative of all of you: family members, Col. (Rtd) G. Mbithi-Chairman Steering Committee, Min. of Energy led by CS Hon. Charles Keter and PS Dr. Joseph Njoroge, Hon. Enock Wambua, Senator, Kitui, Hon. Edith Nyenze, MP, Kitui West, Church groups led by Rev. Johnson Wambua, Rev. Julius Wambua, Pst S. Njihia and AIC Marurui, Pst E. Missinzo and AIC Githurai, Pastor D. Mwendwa and Tulia AIC, Pastor S. Nzeka, Pastors of Kasarani West and East AIC DCC’s, BBC- Ruiru,Langata and Murera; CCI Ruiru, Deliverance Church Ruiru and numerous other Church leaders and members; Ruiru Hospital Teams, KU VC Prof P. Wainaina, Kiswahili Dept Welfare, KU Professors Forum, KU Mbaitu Welfare; Ndua Welfare Group, The Standard Group; Daystar University, Bureau Veritas Kenya Ltd; Milimani Jiranis Investment Ltd Kitengela, Pst and ICC Church Kitengeta, Friends of Sunrise Liz Bakers lsinya, Freight in Time, Jacaranda Lane Residents, Membley Estate, SamillYs Githurai Friends, Mutethya Welfare Group, and to all our colleagues, friends, relatives and well-wishers. May our Almighty God shower His grace upon you, May He make His face shine upon you and may He always give you all His peace.

(1 Cor. 15:51:Behold, I tell you a mystery: we shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed)

(1 Thesal. 4:14 For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who sleep in Jesus) AMEN

Grace Wanjiru Ndagu

Thank You

We the Ndagu; Isaac, Muuya and Leah & Captain Pius Kabucho families extend our gratitude for the support you accorded us during Grace Wanjiru Ndagu’s illness and subsequent demise. We are overwhelmed by your prayers, visits, time, financial & material gifts for Grace’s care during her illness and for a befitting send-off.

Whilst everyone’s contribution and involvement is highly valued and appreciated, we would like to say a special thank you to the following; Grace’s doctors at KNH, the Aga Khan University Hospital & at Prof. Nelson Awori Plaza, her neighbours in Rongai and Olooloitikosh, PCEA Macedonia, Rongai and Olooloitikosh parishes, extended Muuya Kabucho, Ngoma & Ngure families, KCB & Standard Chartered Bank fraternities, Materi Girls Alumni Association, CUEA group, friends from Senior Chief Koinange Girls, Limuru Girls & from St. Mary’s Schools, Isaac’s “Kwa Mawe” brothers from South C, all other friends and family members in Kenya and abroad.

May the Lord richly bless you and give you peaee.

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will award to me on that day and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for his appearing.

Philip Wanderi Kanyenye


We the family of Philip Wanderi Kanyenye would wish to thank the Almighty God for the gift of Wanderi’s life and the gift of sharing numerous wonderful moments with him. We also extend our heartfelt appreciation to all those who supported us after the sudden loss of our father/ .40 grandfather, for every prayer, every thought, every phone call, every message of condolence and hope, for the generosity, encouragement and kindness shown during the tough time, we can never be thankful enough.

Our special thanks goes to Mathari Mission Hospital Doctors and Nurses who took care of him to the last minute. Our gratitude goes to Kihome Africa Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) the entire AIPCA Mukaro South Diocese Nyeri and its leadership. We also Thank Bishop Karatu for officiating the occasion and all other churches like PCEA Langata, PCEA Emmanuel, PCEA Unity Parish, ACK Membray among others who consoled with the family. We are grateful to Othaya County Assembly Adminstaration, Mahiga Location, Kagonye and Kihome Sub-locations.

We thank the funeral committees chaired by Mr Samuel Waiganjo and Mr Ndungu Wanderi (Dimly) for their commendable job especially with limited time and the current situation of covid- 19 constraints, for Enabling a befitting final journey for our dear father/grandfather.

As we cannot thank everyone individually, we deeply appreciate all that you have done for us and pray that our lord bless you and be with you always.

Rom, 14:8. If we live, we live for the Lord and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord