Kenyans are mourning death of a PCEA Reverend who has died after complaining of having a flu.
Hellen Wagio shared news of the death of Rev Paul Gatuku who served at Mangu PCEA parish. Hellen mourned Gatuku a close friend who used to serve God faithfully. She also described him as her elder brother and mentor who encouraged her in many ways.
Hellen also revealed that Rev Paul Gatuku had informed her that he has a strong flu but will look for her after recovering.
Screenshot of Hellen's post in Facebook
Ndungu Nyoro has also mourned Rev Paul as he penned down a "rest in Eternal Peace" message.
Screenshot of Ndungu Nyoro's post on Facebook￼￼￼￼
Kenyans have penned down rest in peace messages to the departed Rev Paul Gatuku. They also sent condolences messages to friends, family and colleagues of Rev Paul Gatuku.
Screenshots of Comments
Below are more photos of Rev Paul Gatuku.
Rev Paul Gatuku with his wife
It is so saddening to lose such a loving and God-fearing servant of God. May God comfort the bereaved. Rest in peace Rev Paul Gatuku.
Kindly feel free to drop a rest in peace or comforting message to the bereaved.
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