Robert Kinyanjui Kimani (Roberto)

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1968 – 02/02/2019

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the sudden death of Robert Kinyanjui Kimani of Hope BreakDown Services and Road Hope Transporters Limuru.

Son of the late James Kimani and Hannah Wambui. Husband of Jane Nyanjugu and Zipporah Nyakio. Father of Eng. James Kimani (Cocacola Nairobi), Hannah Wambui (Strathmore University), Wilson Kahiga, Liam Kihara, Raymond Karigo (Nairobi School), Patricia Wanjiku, and James Kimani. Father-in-law of Lilian Siyantei. Brother of Thomas Kihara, Simon Mutugi, Viginia Nduta, Jane Wahu, the late Francis Ndung’u, Peter Mburu, Daniel Kimura, Mary Njeri and Joseph Wakori. Cousin of Hon. Francis Munyua Waititu (Wakapee) — MP Juja.

Family and friends are meeting daily for prayers and funeral arrangements at his residence, Thegetieni, Limuru (near Limuru Law Courts) from 4.00pm.

The Cortege leaves Uplands funeral home on Tuesday 12/02/2019 at 8.00am for a funeral service at his home and thereafter the body will be cremated at the Lang’ata Crematorium.

“In God’s hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever.”

Sleep well Roberto, fly with the Angels, till we meet again.

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  1. Wilson kahiga
    Wilson kahiga says:

    It’s only been 1 week 5 days and a few hours
    Since my best friend went away. 
    You left, taking a piece of me, 
    A piece some people will now never see.
    Memories are the only things that keep you alive,
    And I will always regret not saying goodbye.
    My heart is filled with pain and sorrow 
    Knowing I will never see you tomorrow .During the day I have to be strong
    I try so hard to show that nothing is wrong.
    But at night my tears will flow,
    it was just so sudden you had to go.
    People keep asking if I’m ok,
    the answer is no but its yes I say.
    I’m trying to move on,
    but it’s just not fair that you are gone.
    I do not have any hate in my heart,
    but I was not ready for a new start.
    It started out a normal day
    And with one phone call it all went gray.
    As I packed you a bag I said you would not die,
    when the doctors piled in I said it was a lie.
    All I wanted was to see my dad,
    all those doctors made me so mad.
    I didn’t want anyone else to see you that way,
    but no matter what I had no say.
    Your skin was so cold as I gave you one last kiss,
    you dad are the one that I will always miss.
    It will be so hard to forget someone who gave us so much to remember
    I wish heaven had a phone so we could hear your voice one last time
    Your life was a blessing
    Your memories a treasure
    You will always be loved beyond words and you will be missed beyond treasure
    I miss you more than anything, you see, 
    Because you always meant so much to me. 
    All I feel is pain. 
    And I know I will never be the same,
    Because when I lost you, 
    I lost a friend, a teacher, and a hero too.
    But most of all I lost a father…

    This is a fragment of the legacy of truth imparted to me by my father. The word imparted was no mere transmission of information. It involved a whole life of proclamation and demonstration.

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