Rose Nduku Nyette


We the family of the late Rose Nyette (that is Mr Patrick M. Nyette and the entire Mbaa Nyette, Kasango, Mbaa Kakenyi, Mbaa lvake, Muasya and Njuguna families) wish to express our deepest appreciation for the prayers, personal visits, messages of condolences and acts of generosity that we received following the untimely death of our Rose, dear Wife, Mum, Sister and Daughter.

We wish to thank all those who supported us morally, spiritually, financially and materially during the difficult period of mourning. In particular, we are most grateful for the invaluable assistance accorded to us by the church especially St. Jude Catholic Church Athi River through Father-in-Charge Fr. J. Makau, Holy Family Basilica and St. Anne Kavatini Parish under stewardship of Fr. G. Matolo. We cannot forget to thank Fr. Mark Kasia for conducting the Requiem Mass at the Holy Family Basilica, Fr.T. Kyalo who concelebrated the funeral mass at home with a host of Priests: Frs. P Musyoka (Machakos Cathedral), J. Kyambu (Thatha Parish), P. Mutuku (Tulimani Parish), A. Musyoki (Kitise Parish), A. Kimilu (Kiongwani Parish), A. Ndolo (Kinyambu Parish), I. Wambua (Mtito Andei Parish) and P. Mutuku (Athi River Parish), the C.W.A St. Anne Kavatini Parish, Small Christian Communities: St. Francis of Assisi & St. Gabriel Kyuasini Outstation and St. Padre Pio Transview Estate.

Special tribute to the U.S Ambassador to Kenya, the Medical Unit Staff and the entire staff of U.S Embassy in Nairobi for honoring their former retired colleague. We wish also to mention Deputy Governor Makueni Hon. Andelina Mwau, M.C.A Masongaleni Ward Richard Munyoki and other local leaders for their support. The following groups also deserve special mention:The Nairobi Organizing Committee under the Chairmanship of Peter Wambua, Asi Women Group, Kaki Women Group, Muamba Women Group, Aume Ni Meko Group, Atumia Ma Donholm Group, Mukaange Welfare Association, Wikwatyo Wa Ene, Transview Estate Association ,Transview Estate Southern Zone Ladies Group, Neighbours at home in Ngwata, Family and Friends in U.S, Seychelles and Germany.

To many other friends who escorted us to Kibwezi for the burial and who we cannot mention individually, please accept this acknowledgement as our token of appreciation.

Eternal rest grant unto Rose and let perpetual light shine upon her. Amen

Mzee George Hudson Monari Ogeto

01 August 1936 – 26 January 2020

The family of the late Mzee George Hudson Monari Ogeto would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for the generous and overwhelming support received following the passing on of Mzee. We are extremely grateful for all the support and messages of goodwill.

Special thank you to His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta, His Excellency Deputy President Dr. William Ruto, Chief Justic David Maraga, Cabinet Secretary Hon. Dr. Fred Matiang’i, Mzee Hon. Simeon Nyachae and family, SCJ Isaac Lenaola, SG Ken Oget and Rt. Hon. Ekwe Ethuro. Principal Secretaries Dr. Belio Kipsang, Joe Okudo and Susan Mochache. MD-KLB Victor Lomari Friends and colleagues from the Legal fraternity led by JPN Simba, Prof Githu Muigai, Jared B. Kangwana, Mohamed Nyaog Senator Okong’o Omogeni, Gershom Otachi and many others.

Appreciation to Governors H.E. Nyagarama, Nyamira County and H.E. Ongw-ae, Kisii County, various Members of Parliamer led by Kitutu Masaba MP Hon. Shadrack Mose, Nyamira Women Rep Hon. Jerusha Momanyi; Members of the Nyamira Count Executive committee led by Hon. Douglas Bosire. Together with members of the Nyamira and Kisii County Assemblies led by Hon. Charles Maroko of Gesima Ward. We would also like to thank the National Government Administration in Nyamira Count Led by County Commissioner Amos Mariba.

The family also appreciated the wonderful work done by the funeral organizing committees both in Nairobi and Riakumba led by chairmen Michael Monari and Joseph Mogaka respectively. We will not forget everyone who came to comfort us and ensure Mzee had a befitting send off. Special mention to all the aunties who offered Mama Teresa support both in Nairobi and at home. We greatly appreciate support of Doctors in Nairobi Hospital/India and in particular Dr. Charles Kariuki, Nairobi Central SD/ Church, Lee Funeral Home, Kenya Police, Nyakongo SDA Church, Bowman Advocates, Kenyatta University, University of Nairobi -HELB, KQ, Nakuru Team, distinguished social groups, various service providers and all the mourners who came to console the family.

Justus Victor Nyabuti Nyangweso


We, the Nyabuti family wish to sincerely thank everyone who supported us following the unexpected demise of Justus Victor Nyabuti Nyangweso.

We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for your kindness, condolences and assistance that we have received throughout this trying time. We would like to extend, in a special way, our gratitude and appreciation to The SDA Church Mwembe, Kisii, whose members did not cease with the visits, love and words of encouragement. The Kisii High School fraternity for being very instrumental in enabling the logistical arrangements. Pastor Nyamongo George for facilitating Mr. Nyabuti’s send off. His workmates for their support offered. The doctors and nurses of Mediheal Hospital, Eldoret, who facilitated the treatment and ensured the comfort of Mr. Nyabuti throughout the course of his illness. Upperhill SDA Church, Nyansiongo, for their prayers and visits at our home. Relatives, friends and neighbours for their never-ending love, presence and words of encouragement.

While we may not be able to thank each and every person that played a role individually, we would like to express the fact that we are more than grateful, beyond what words an express.

May God richly bless you.

Gabriel Mbogholi


Words cannot express how grateful we the family of the late Gabriel Mwaingo Mbogholi are for your generous support, encouraging words, thoughts and prayers following his untimely demise on 25.12.2019.

Our deep appreciation goes out to the entire Don Bosco community, the Nairobi West Hospital, the funeral organising Committee, neighours in Rubia estate Langata and in Mwanda, Mangu high school alumni, family, friends and all well wishers. Of great comfort during our sorrow were the expressions of sympathy conveyed to us in many ways.

We appreciate your thoughtfulness and thank you most sincerely.

May the Lord grant him eternal rest.

In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you remain forever. We love you and we miss you Dad.

Alice Wairimu Kigondu



We, the family of the late Alice Wairimu Kigondu, wish to acknowledge with deep appreciation the love and kindness, extended to us following the promotion to glory of our beloved mum on 25th January 2020.

We are grateful to mum’s personal caregiver Zipporah Nyamweya and clinician Anthony Njuguna of Grace Homes Clinic who assisted in making her final days as comfortable as possible. We thank the Vicar and community of ACK St. Luke’s Muthurwa, CITAM and particularly CITAM Clay City Church, Open Baptist Church in Gaborone, Botswana and the other churches for your prayers, fellowship and service. We also appreciate the funeral planning committee, relatives, neighbours, CBK, KEMRI & other colleagues, service providers, and all our friends who stood with us in prayer, visitation, telephone calls, condolence messages, emotional, material and financial support during the difficult period of our bereavement.

As it may not be possible to individually thank everyone, kindly accept this message as a gesture of our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation for the immeasurable support you gave us.

May God Richly Bless You


Mama Petronella Apudo Onyando

First Anniversary

Today the 27th February, 2020 is the first anniversary of your promotion to glory, when you left us to be with your God.

We, the children, sisters, brothers, uncles, in-laws, co-wives and all relatives and friends will always remember you for there will never be another one to replace you in our hearts.

To many who supported us with expressions of love, kindness, prayers and material assistance; we thank you sincerely for standing with us during the hour of bereavement.

On Saturday the 11th April, 2020 we shall have a memorial Church Service at ACK Emmanuel Church, Rongo from 10.00 am.


Nashon Kariuki Karanjah

23/4/1945 – 23/2/2020

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Nashon Kariuki Karanjah, formerly of Standard Chartered Bank.

Nashon was the son of the late Godfrey Karanja Mukuna & the late Phoebe Wanjiru Karanja of 01 Joro Orok, Nyairoko Scheme. He was a loving husband to Elsie Waruguru Karanjah; a devoted father to Dr. Edgar Kamau Karanjah & Rosemary Wairimu Kamau and Evelyne Wanjiru Karanja; and _a doting grandfather to Gichora Kariuki Mama. He was a son-in-law to the late Dickson Kamau & the late Miriam- Njeri Kamau of Kijabe. He was the brother of Washington Mukuna, Grace Wairimu Gakio, the late Johnson Murathe, Rose Wamuhu Kibe, late Gladys Wambui Kinyanjui and Simon Mungai Karanjah. He was a supportive grandfather, uncle and cousin, and an engaging friend to many.

Special thanks to Nashon’s doctor, Dr. J. Chakaya of Mater Hospital, and caregiver Fredrick Mulinge.

Family and friends are meeting at his residence daily at 5pm for prayers.

The funeral service will be held at 10am on Friday 6th March at Kenya Assemblies of God, South C. Interment will follow at Langata Cemetery.

“Naked I came from my mother’s womb, and naked I will depart. The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; may the name of the Lord be praised.” Job 1:21 NIV


Elder Daniel Rodgers Wanyonyi Mukhongo

1st Anniversary Memorial

17/05/1952 -24/2/2019

It is exactly one year since our beloved Elder Daniel Rodgers Wanyonyi Mukhongo went to be with the lord on 24/2/2019. Every day without you has been hard, we wish you were here with us. We draw strength from having had you as our greatest friend when encouragement could not be found and the wise counselor when guidance was needed. Your infectious smile, selflessness, quietness, generous nature and pondering mind will forever remain with us.

We were very fortunate to have had you with us for as long as we did and we will forever treasure the memories. You remain the towering beacon that you always were in our lives. We pray that your soul continues to rest in perfect peace. Pray for us as we pray for you daily till our resurrection.

The family is immeasurably thankful to the funeral Organising Committee the Church – Winners Chapel, extended family members, friends, neighbours and all well wishers who stood with us following the untimely demise of our dear Daniel. We are forever grateful to all of you.

Dad, you may not be with us physically but forever you remain in our hearts. Those we love don’t go away, they work behind us every day.

`Blessed are those who die in the Lord… for they will rest from their hard works, for their good deeds following them’ Revelations 14:13

Kariuki Wilson Mwangi (KW)


We, the family of KW Mwangi, wish to express our heartfelt gratitude for the overwhelming support received from our relatives (in Kenya and in the diaspora), friends, neighbours, business associates and former colleagues during our bereavement.

A special thank you to our wider family: Mbari ya Wilson, Mbari ya William, Mbari ya Mbui and Mbari ya Kihanya for walking with us every step of the way during his illness and subsequent passing. You are an amazing, awesome family and we feel privileged to be part of it. We also deeply appreciate the funeral committee members for working tirelessly to give him a beautiful send-off.

Our sincere thanks to Lavington United Church, PCEA Nginda Parish, PCEA Kariobangi South, PCEA Thome and ACK St. Mark Kinoo Parish for visits, prayers and participation in the memorial and funeral services.

A special thank you to NCBA staff, Kaplan and Stratton staff, Alliance Realtors, BOM Nginda Mixed Secondary School, members of Business Mbuzi, the Kihumba and Kanari families. We also wish to thank his doctor, Dr. Paresh Dave, the staff of MP Shah Hospital and the staff of HCG Bangalore.

We realize we cannot reach out to all individuals or groups but we appreciate and are humbled by the support you offered while walking with us through those trying moments. You all made the journey bearable because you stood with us.

KW was truly loved by family and friends and will be dearly missed.

May the good Lord richly reward and bless you all.

Asanteni sana.


Anderson Samuel Levi

In Loving Memory

Born 12/03/1977 – Died 19/02/2019

It is exactly one year since our beloved Anderson Samuel Levi went to be with the Lord, on 19/02/2019. Every day without you has been hard, we wish you were here with us. Your infectious smile, selflessness, quietness, generous nature and pondering mind will forever remain with us. We were very fortunate to have had you with us for as long as we did and we will forever treasure the memories.

You are fondly remembered and sadly missed by your Father, Kenneth Michael Levi and Mother Dr. Lavera Luiza Levi. Your Sister Grace Alice and Brothers Clifford Daniel, Raymond William and Tyrone Meshak Levi. Your Brother in Law Alfred Kombudo and your nieces Samara, Nazaria and nephew Khensani. The greater families of the Levi’s and the Wako’s. All relatives and friends.

We the family of Anderson wish to express our deepest appreciation for the Prayers, Messages of Condolences, Invaluable Time and Financial Support that we received from our immediate and extended family members, friends, neighbours, and well-wishers following the untimely demise of our dear Anderson. We are forever grateful to all of you.

The family is immeasurably thankful to the funeral organizing committees in Karen, Kisauni and at All Saints Cathedral.

Anderson you may not be with us physically but forever you remain in our hearts. Our love for you will never die. Continue resting in God’s perfect peace as He watches over us.

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