Samuel Mwaniki Wachira

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the passing on of retired teacher. Elder Samuel Mwaniki Wachira after a long illness. Husband of Peris Muthoni.

Father of late Lawrence Wachira, Tom (Takim), Jane (Social Westlands), Dickson Mwaniki (Thika), Wanjugu (Flamingo Shop Mwea), Nderitu and Wangui. Father in law of Rose, Mod, John Wacira, Anne Kabera, Philip Kariuki, Alice Njambu and Ephrahim Theuri. Brother of Nyaruai Kimani and all late: Nyagitare, Kabera, Wathi, Wangui, Cera and Mutahi. Grandfather of many.

Venue for today’s and tomorrow’s meeting will be at St Andrew’s PCEA Church Hall in Nairobi.

The cortege leaves Tumu Tumu Hospital Mortuary on Wednesday 17th Mary 2017 at 8am for funeral service at Kianjogu PCEA Church at 9am and thereafter burial at his Kianjogu Farm.

You fought a good fight, finished the race and kept the faith

Paul M Mumo (Tata)

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the passing of Paul M Mumo former Educationist and former director of Kenya National Library Service that occurred on the 11th of May 2017 at Nairobi Women’s Hospital Adam’s after a short illness.

Loving husband of Dorothy Mumo, father of Nancy Mumo (Ketraco), grandfather of Irene Ndinda, Saleem Mwendwa, Victor Mutiso (I&M) and Kilonzo Musau. Son of the late-Sevisaac Mumo Ngei and Late Tabitha Mumbua. Brother of the Late Daniel.M.Musau, Phillip Mumo, amongst many others. Uncle of Dr Charies Nzivo (KNLS), Kilonzo Phillip (Action Aid), Uthasyo, Johnson.M.Musau, Tony. K. Musau and Mumo Musau, Annalisa Mbula (Barclays) amongst many others.

Family and friends are meeting at Nyayo Stadium Cafeteria and Machakos T Tot Hotel and at home in Kinyambu from 6pm starting Monday 15-05-2017 to plan for the funeral.

There will be a fund raising to off set his medical bill on Thursday 18th May 2017.

Funeral services and date to be confirmed.

Amirali Vazir Akberali Nanji

It is with deep regret that we announce the sad demise of Amirali Vazir Akberali Nanji on May 13th, 2017.

Husband of Farida Nanji. Brother of Firoz Nanji. Father of Shabnam, Alizeh and Zahid. Father in law of Karim, Tasheer and Narmeen. Grandfather of Armaan, Jahan, Zoya, lliyan and Zameer.

The Cortege will leave the Aga Khan Pavillion, 5th Avenue Parklands on Tuesday 16th May, 2017 at 10am.

Inna Lillahi Wa Inaa Illahi Raaje-un

From Him We Come And To Him We Return


My journey is completed. I am at peace.

My soul is dancing as I rise to meet my creator.

On earth ties pull me here and there. I am free, I am at Peace.

I express my thanks and gratitude to each one with whom I have walked through this life.

Mary Wanjiru Thuku

It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of Mary Wanjiru Thuku which occurred on Wednesday 10th May, 2017 in Kenya. She was sister to ROSE KIM of Revival House Church, London. Family and friends are still meeting for prayers at Rose’s house, 49 Calverley Crescent, Dagenham, Essex RM10 7QU from 7.00pm to 8.00pm.

A Memorial Service will be held tomorrow Sunday 14th May, 2017 at Revival House, 500 High Street North,manor Park, London, E12 6QN. For more information you can contact Rose on 07411152264 or 07939270369 – Base.

God Bless you.

Winnie Wanjiku Mbugua

It is with deep sadness we announce the passing on of Winnie Wanjiku Mbugua.

Winnie passed away on Wednesday the 10th of May 2017 after a short illness. She was the daughter of Kamau Kinyahwe and the late Teresia Wanjuhi. Mother to; Cindy Wanjuhi, Joy Wambui, Tracy Wanjuhi, and Cathy Njeri Sister to, Nancy Nduta, Ben Kinyahwe (Biggie), Jane Wangui (Wakamau), Sarah Wairimu, Eunice Wangari (Wathuo) of London, The late Annie Njeri, and Alice Muthoni Gichangi (Mso) of London. She is also the cousin to Pastor Joseph Karanja (Grays).

Family and friends are meeting every day from Thursday 11th May 2017 to 13th May 2017 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm and on Sunday the 14th of May 2017 6:00pm to 8:00pm, at 63 Burrow Road Chigwell Essex, IG7 4NL.

A memorial will be communicated after the funeral arrangement have been finalised. Alice and Eunice have travelled to Kenya in preparation for the funeral. You can contact Stephen Gichangi on, 07939675178; Alice on, +254 721155930; and Eunice on, +254 728477191.

Any contribution can be forwarded to Stephen Chege, Lloyds Bank, Acc: 77341060, Sort code: 30-97-13.

God bless you as you continue to pray and console the bereaved family.

Jane Wambui Kamau

It is with deep sadness we announce the passing of Jane Wambui Kamau of Nottingham UK, which occurred on 1st May 2017 at City Hospital in Nottingham, UK. Beloved wife of Charles Mbui Kamau of Mathare-ini, Kigumo, Muranga and beloved mother to Lily Mwihaki of Nottingham.

She was a beloved daughter of Francis Mburu Gachau and Mrs Felista Wairimu Mburu of Muruka Village, Muruka Sub Location Kandara. Muranga, Kenya. Sister to Leah Wanjiru, Simon Ndungu Emmah Njeri, John Guchu, Mercy Wangoru and Henry Gitau. Sister in law to Bernadette Wangari Kuria of Nottingham. The late Margaret Wanjiru, Andrew Kinanya and Peter Macharia. The Funeral will take place in Matharei-ini, Kigumo, Kenya. Date and arrangements to be announced later.

Prayer meetings will start Tuesday 2nd of May 2017 beginning from 6pm -9pm onwards at 31 Coleby road Broxtowe NG8 6FS. Those wishing to support the family financially and are unable to visit Kamau’s family, you can deposit your contribution to Bank account: Charles Kamau Daniel. Barclays Acct no: 40550582. Sort code: 20-44-22.

The organising committee for Mrs Jane Kamau funeral have put up a meeting on Wednesday 10th May 2017 6.30pm – 9.00pm at Destiny Life Christian Centre, (Formerly Mayflower centre), Vincent Street,  Canningtown, London E16 1LZ. At Junction of Tant street with Vincent Street. 5 minutes walk from Canningtown station. This is to give the people of London and it’s environs a chance to meet and console Mr Charles Kamau ( Mr Kamau will be attending the meeting in London). Please come with your contributions at the day and be prompt to allow Mr Kamau travel back to Nottingham. God bless you

The memorial service of our late Jane Kamau will be held on the Saturday 13th may 2017 starting 2pm to 4pm  at Mt  Zion Millennium city Church, Churchfield Lane, Bobbersmill, Nottingham,  NG7 5QS.

For more information please contact 07950720017 or 07951220695. More info will follow later.

May Our Lord rest Jane’s soul in Eternal peace.



John Mbaka Katharanjau


It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the death of Mr. John Mbaka Katharanjau that occurred on 5th May, 2017 at Kenyatta National Hospital after a short illness.

A loving husband of Feronica Ngira Mbaka. Son of the late Nthiga Katharanjau and Flonica Ciarunji.

Father of Jenes Mwendia, Ishmael Mwaniki, Sam Erick Kinyua, Onesmus Mutembei, Caroline Ndugu and Agnes Njoki.

Grandfather of Andrea Wawira, Blessing Kawira, Shantel Nyakio and Shanley Karani.

Brother of Shadrack Mugo, late Benson Nyaga, Benjamin Njeru, Agnes Ngai and Daina Turi.

Father-in-law of John Karani, Sylvia Nyaguthii, Catherine Njeri and Rose Wangari.

Family and friends are meeting daily at his home in Gangara (Embu), Accra Hotel (Nairobi) and Coconut Grill (Thika) from 6pm – 8pm.

The funeral will be on Tuesday,16th May, 2017 at his rural home in Gangara, Embu County.

The cortege leaves Gakwegori Funeral Home (Embu) at 8am.

Boniface Mutia

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Good morning!
UPDATE: Funeral Services for Mr. Boniface Mutia on Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017
Funeral Home: JB Jenkins
Address: 7474 Landover Rd, Hyattsville, MD 20785
Viewing Date: May 3rd 2017
Viewing Time: 09:30AM - 10:30AM
Funeral Services Time: 10:30AM - 11:30AM
Total Funeral Home Cost:  $7,724.00
Cemetery: Lincoln Memorial
Address: 4001 Suitland Dr, Suitland, MD
Burial Date: May 03 2017
Burial Time: 12:30PM - 01:00PM
Total Burial Cost:  $7,350.00
Total Cost:  $15,074.00
It is with much sorrow and acceptance of God's will,We hereby announce the sudden death of 
Boniface Mutunga Mutia of Hyattsville Maryland on 04/23/2017. 
He was born in Kisasi, Kitui, Kenya on December 12, 1945. He was a loving father and 

He is survived by his son, Boniface Mutunga Mutia II, daughter, Mwikali Melissa Mutia, daughter in-law, Sarah Lithira-Mutia, son in-law Abdul Lamin, He was a loving grandfather to grandsons, Mutunga Lamin, Bonifus Mutunga Mutia III, Kristafer Mutia and granddaughter, Tahya LR Mutia.

He migrated to the USA in 1968. Boniface Mutunga Mutia was a very hard working man,kind, loving and sociable man, who was loved by many. He leaves behind a very diverse group of friends.

Till we meet again in glory, we shall miss you dearly Tata! From God we come and to God we shall return. Rest in eternal peace Tata! We loved you and always will!
The planning committee is in the process of planning a fund raiser to help Mr Mutia’s family ( children) with the burial expenses. A memorial service to celebrate our brothers life is in the process of being organized.
We will keep you updated. Please feel free to reach out to Mr. Mutia’s family;
Boniface Mutia;831905-7253,
Mwikali Mutia;240-4790.
Organizing committee;
Carey Khasakhala;301-332-7912,
Eric Ndaka 301-467-5910,
Tom Kombo 202-439 5896,
Chris Kieti; 301-675-5504,
Dominic WAMBUA;407-361-7239,
MUIA KIVUVANI;240-370-3775,
REUBEN MBINDA;202-817-5898
Muindi Mbingu;; 240-277-1028
Please keep the family in your prayers.
Thank you.

James Gakobo

It is with heavy hearts that the we the family of James Gakobo announce the passing on of a man we dearly loved as father, husband, cousin, Uncle and a great man.

James Gakobo has been battling cancer for 4 years. His condition worsened on April 27th and was admitted to Kijabe Hospital. He did not make it.

We accept God’s answer to our cry and prayer for healing. He chose to rest his soul.

Our family needs your help to help overcome a big burden left on our family. We are starting at a huge hospital bill that we have to offset. We ask for your support

Your help will also allow James Gakobo’s daughter who lives in Anaheim California to travel to Kenya to pay her final respects to her dad.

Prayer meetings are being held at 2252  W lincoln ave Apt K6 Anaheim CA 92801 on Sunday 7th, May, 2017 at 3pm

You can also send a check courtesy of Winnie Gakobo to  the above address

Gofundme link-


Ezrine Muhonja Malaki

7/4/ 1954 – 5/5/2017

The Asiligwa’s family through the will of God, humbly announce the promotion to glory of Ezrine Muhonja Malaki which occured on 5/5/2017 at Kenyatta National Hospital.

Loving wife of the late Wilson Asiligwa Malaki. Mother of Rose Malaki Ndete, Maxwell Mudanya, Violet Gamusa, Sam Malaki, Ronald Lugalia and Cavin Lumosi. Mother-in-law of George Ndete, Samuel Gamusa, Naomi Malaki, Florence Lugalia and Emily Mudanya. Grandmother of Silvia, Anon, Suzanne, Velma, Metrine, Allan, Felix, Adrian, Samarah, Lakeisha and Eli. Great Grandmother of Braden Ragira.

Family and friends are meeting at Sam Malaki’s home in Kinoo. Subsequent meetings will be held on 12th and 15th May at Norwich Union Building 7th Floor Room 5 as from 5.00p.m.

There will be a major fundraiser on Saturday 13/5/2017 at Nairobi Pentecostal Church (CITAM) NPC Valley Road as from 2pm at McBride Hall.

Requiem mass will take place at Friends International Centre (FIC), Ngong’ Road on 17/5/2017 at 2.00 p.m.

The cortege leaves Chiromo Funeral Parlour on Thursday 18/5/2017 at 8.00am. Burial will take place on 20/5/2017 at Kisangula Village, Vihiga County.

“Mum, you fought a good fight, finished the race and kept the faith (2Tim 4:7).

In God’s hands you rest and in our hearts you live forever”