Peter Makori Nyamweya of Lasit Factory Nakuru and ex-Unilever tea dies at 65

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It is with great sadness and acceptance of God’s will that we announce the untimely death of Mr. Peter Makori Nyamweya of Lasit Factory (Nakuru) and formerly Unilever Tea, which occurred on 23rd July 2018 at Bristol Park Hospital Utawala.

Son of the late Francis Nyamweya and the late Victoria Obegi Nyamweya. Son-in-law of the late Nyachiro and the late Maria Binyanya. Loving husband of Yusabia Nyakerario. Father of Veronica (CMA), Franklin (KETEPA), Faith (Transfast), Victoria and Jasper. Grandfather of Maria, Dennis, Pedro, Winfridah, Geoffrey, and many others. Brother of the late Simeon and Charles. Brother-in-law of Obino, Nyaega, Obiero, the late Arisi, Teresia, Onyambu, Nyanduko, Mary, Kennedy, the late Martha, Robina and Beatrice. Nephew of the late Okinyi, Abiero, Siro, Intabo, the late Angwenyi, Muko, the late Nyamatini, the late Boisabi and the late Ariri. Father-in-law of Ruth Kenya and Paul Omondi. Cousin of Margrands, Mayakas, Peter Gichana, Fredrick Nyang’au, Alloys, Cornelius, Cleopas and many others. Uncle to many.

Friends and relatives are meeting daily at his Nairobi – Utawala residence, his rural home Marani, Kisii and at Antonio’s (Nairobi CBD) at 5.00pm. There will be a major fundraising for the funeral on Tuesday 31st July 2018, at All Saints Cathedral 5:00pm. Contributions can also be sent to PAYBILL NUMBER 961346, Account name (PNYAMWEYA FUNERAL FUND).

The cortege leaves Umash funeral home on Thursday 2nd August 2018 for a church service at Consolata Shrine at 8.00am. The burial shall be on Friday 3rd August, at his home in Kiomooncha Marani, Kisii

John 11:25-26 “Jesus said to her I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in me shall never die.”

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