Walter Kibaki Njau

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December, 14th 1944 – May, 25th 2022

It is with humble acceptance and God’s will that we announce the death of Walter Kibaki Njau of Zoom Technical Services LTD (Zoompro Business Systems) that occurred on 25th May, 2022 after a brave fight with cancer.

The late Walter was the husband to Grace Mugure Kibaki a retired teacher. He was the son of the late Samuel Njau Mbai and the later Rahab Nyokabi Njau. Loving father of Rahab Nyokabi Gichuho, Sammy Njau, Richard Wangai, Tabitha Kibaki-Ayton (USA) and James Mbai. Father-in-Law to Samuel Gichuho, Purity Njau, Eugene Ayton and Maggie Odeke-Mbai.

Grandfather to Kevin Kibaki, James Mbuthia, Dennis Gicharu, Gordon Mburu, Cynthia Mugure, Owen Kibaki, Sydney Ayton, Charlotte Ayton, Noella Mugure, Noel Kibaki, Ethan Kizza and Josephine Murungi. He was a great-grandfather to Grace Nyokabi Kibaki.

The cortege will leave Kenyatta National Hospital Priyate Wing Mortuary on Friday, 3rd June, 2022. Church Service will be held at ACK St. Joseph of Arimathea at 11:00AM. Burial will be at his home at Uthiru Village.

“People die but legends live forever” Rest easy Walter!

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  1. Omondi Samuel
    Omondi Samuel says:

    It is of great sorrow to learn the death of Walter Kibaki Njau.
    Indeed this is the darkest part of life that a family go through. The Bible gives us encouraging hope that we can have for our dead loved ones. John 5:28,29 says, ”Do not be amazed at this for the time is coming when all those in their graves will hear his voice and come out.” The Bible has an assurance of the resurrection of our dead loved ones. The link below gives more details about the resurrection; https://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/what-is-the-resurrection/

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