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Winfred Wambui King’ori

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13/09/1952 — 20/04/2023

It is with profound sorrow and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the sudden passing on of Winfred Wambui King’ori on 20th April, 2023 at The Karen Hospital – Nairobi. She was a prominent Business-lady at Gikomba Market – Nairobi.

Daughter to the late Dadson King’ori and the late Edith Wangechi King’ori of Wandumbi Village,Tetu Constituency, Nyeri.

She was married to Stephen Githinji Minjire. Loving mother to Grace Githinji, Gideon Minjire & Caroline Gakonyo, Isabel Githinji, Dr Janet Githinji (Daktari wa Mtaa) and Daniel & Melanie King’ori. Doting grandmother to Collins, Esther, Kevin, Faith, Eitan, Lemuel, Angeline, Pearl, Austin, Scott, David, G2.

Loved and dearly missed sibling to Godfrey Gathuku, Margaret Muthoni, the late Margaret Wamaitha, the late William Mutugi, Bernard Ndirangu, Geoffrey Gichogo, Ruth Wanjiku, Margaret Wangui, Beth Wamahiga, Daniel Gathuku, Simon Gachoka, Richard Gichuki, David Mucheru, James Wageni and Mary Wangari.

Sister-in-law, Aunt, Cousin, and Friend to many.

A memorial service in celebration of her life will be held on Wednesday, 26th April, 2023 at 2:00pm at St. Andrew’s Church, State House Rd/Nyerere Rd Junction, Nairobi.

Friends and family shall meet at All Saints Cathedral on Monday and Tuesday (24th and 25th April, 2023) from 5:00pm to 8.00pm.

The cortege will leave Montezuma Funeral Home (Kabati), at 8.00am on Friday, 28th April, 2023. She will thereafter be buried at their family farm in Mirira Village, next to Kayuyu Primary School, Kiharu, Muranga County.

May her soul rest in eternal, perfect peace.

“Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.” — Psalms 91:1

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1 reply
  1. Annah Kimani
    Annah Kimani says:

    I first met Mama Minjire over 25 years ago. I never ever saw her angry or sad despite the many challenges that came her way. She was a joyful and brilliant lady. She loved the Lord and her family. Worship was never complete without her favourite Kikuyu worship song, “Ngumo na Ugooci” been sang.
    A great matriarch has rested and will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her.
    May her soul find eternal rest in the perfect peace of God until the resurrection morning when the Lord will call forth His faithful. (Annah Wambui Kimani. A sister in law.)


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