Raphael Otieno Okite

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It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the sudden and very untimely demise of Raphael Otieno Okite on Sunday 23rd April 2017 of WIRE PRODUCTS LTD, Nairobi. Husband of Lilly Atieno of SOS Nairobi. Father of the late Catherine, Kevin Omondi — Barding High School, Paul Okite Jnr — CITAM School Woodley, Joy Bella — Good Shepherd Nursery School and Jeremy. He was born of Mzee Paul and the late KathrinaAgunda Okite of Kalkada Village, West Alego Location, Siaya County, step son of the late Anastasia Ochola. Son-in-law of Mzee Hanington and Isabella Ngesa of Nyapiedho Village, Sakwa, Bondo. Brother of late Veronica Awuor, Patricia Adhiambo, Dennis Okite and Julius Ochieng. He was step brother of Margaret Awino, Peter Odhiambo (Odhise) Kevin (Obako) among others. Brother-in-law of Late Milly, Lillian Kavesa, Everlyn, Liz, Betty, Getty, Judy and David Ngesa among others. Uncle of Maureen, George, Larry, Paddy, Catherine — KMTC Homa Bay, Fred — Multimedia University, Erick — JKUAT, Steve — Maranda High, Victor — Chavakali High, Nick and Collins — St. Peters Mumias, Angela, Adrian, Catherine Okite among others. The main fundraising organized by friends and family will be held on Tuesday 2nd May 2017at the All Saints Cathedral from 5pm. The cortege will depart from Chiromo Hospital Morgue on Thursday 4th May 2017 at 10.45 am.A requiem mass will e held at CITAM Church, Valley Road from where the body will depart to his official residence at Olympic Estate for Overnight Stay. On Friday 5th May 2017 at 3.45am, the body will depart for Alego Kalkada, Siaya County for Night Vigil and Prayers at his Father’s homestead in Kalkada Village. The  burial will be held on Saturday 6th May 2017 at his Father’s homestead in Siaya County.

Dhi Gi Kwe Jakodembo Okew Gi Arok Gi Oriko!!!!!!


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