Senator Boniface Mutinda Kabaka (1st March 1966 – 11th December 2020)
What the two wives of the late Machakos County Senator said
JENNIFER MUENI KABAKA
“I never knew one day I will sit down to write a tribute for you. My journey with Kabaka started in 1987. We met and fell in love. We got married and were blessed with our first born son Amos Kabaka in 1988. We later were blessed with 2 more boys John Kioko and Paul Nzuki. He was a good father to my children. He loved me dearly and treated me with a lot of respect. Now that God chose you before me, rest in peace my love until we meet again in His Glory.”
VASCOLINE KATANU KABAKA
“God blessed us with two lovely and precious children. We raised them in the ways of the Lord. We protected them from evil and dangers of this world. You were always loving and a hardworking husband and father. When I lost my dad, you became my father too. Because you were my best friend. I mourn you with the hope of seeing you again. I release you in the hands of our God. I will always miss and love you forever more. Sleep well my love. Your wife, Vascoline Katanu”
SON – ABRAHAM.
“My dad was a different man from others. He fed me, kissed me, encouraged me, educated me and spoiled me with love. I have no words to express my father’s love and his value to me. My heart is empty. I will miss your kindness and humility. I will work hard and be a respectful man in life to honour your name, through Christ who is my strength. Yes, you encouraged me to pursue sucess in different areas of life. I love you dad. Sleep well. Your son, Abraham.”
DAUGHTER- QUEEN MARY YULA MUTINDA.
“I came last and our bond was so strong. You made me feel so special, yes, you called me your queen. I really loved that nickname. What I can say is that you will remain in my heart forever because of the love I have for you. No other man will ever replace that daughter and father bond.I will miss your presence, kisses and hugs. I promise to work hard in every aspect of my life in honour of your name, because you were my role model. Rest in Peace Dad. Your daughter, Queen Mary Yula Mutinda.”
AMOS, JOHN & PAUL
“Losing my father is one of the most difficult things to us to have gone through. As we are standing here today, we realize how fortunate we were to have him as our father. There are no words to express his influence in our life. Our father was hardworking, strong, loving and gentle. He showed strength and love right up until his last days with us. It’s difficult to imagine him not being around and we are not sure how we will all cope but we are together in spirit. As we gather here today to remember and commemorate his life, let’s bid him farewell as we mourn the loss of a lively, dignified soul. A soul that brought joy and fulfillment to many, and whose legacy will live on forever.”
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