Paul Perry Okoth Oloo

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March 1970 – 25th July 2022

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the tragic death of Paul Perry Okoth Oloo, in Lincoln, UK, through a road accident.

Second born to Stephen Oloo, formerly of the Ministry of Education, Inspectorate, and Jane Oloo, formerly of Kenya Science Teachers College.

Brother of Amos Oloo, Benjamin Oloo (late) Prisca Oloo (late), Tina Oloo and Esther Oloo.

Brother-in-law Liz Okello Oloo (late) and Angela Oloo. Uncle of Amy, Grace, Abby and Tendai.

Funeral arrangements are ongoing. Meanwhile relatives and friends will meet on Saturday, 6th August 1.00pm – 4.00pm at All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi.

Contributions to offset the funeral expenses are being sent to: M-Pesa Paybill: 891300, Account No. 57184.

Funeral Arrangements will be announced at a later date.


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  1. Jane karuku
    Jane karuku says:

    My sincere condolences to the family and friends of the late Paul cherry. No one can really understands the pain you are going through because of loosing your loved one. But our dear loving father understands what you are feeling and he is ready to give you the comfort you require during this hard time. The Bible book of Isaiah 25:8 states He will swallow death forever, and the sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces. Yes, that a wonderful assurance that God will do away with death. No one will ever feel the pain that death causes. And to our dear loved ones who have already died will be reassurected. Isaah 26:19 your dead will live, my corpses will rise, awake and shout joyfully. Yes, soon death will be no more and we will reunite again with our dead loved ones and enjoy life forever. For more encouraging scriptures visit our website


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