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"Ni Kubaya Sasa," Star Newspaper Journalist Githinji Dies Of Covid-19

Star newspaper Journalist Reuben Githinji has died while receiving treatment at Muranga Hospital. This is after he was reported to have contracted Covid-19

Githinji's sister, Grace Wacheke, affirmed the news to Nation, taking note of that the recorder surrendered to the infection on the morning of Wednesday, March 24, while accepting treatment Murang'a Hospital. 

At the hour of his passing, Githinji functioned as The Star Newspaper's Embu columnist and was matured 52 years. 

"My sibling has kicked the bucket of Covid-19. We have learnt of his downfall with incredible stun," she expressed. 

She further uncovered that her sibling had been hospitalized at the Embu Referral Hospital in the week starting Monday, March 15, after he grumbled of trouble in relaxing. 

On appearance to the medical clinic, he was put on oxygen prior to being moved to the ICU wing after his condition deteriorated. 

Lamentably, the wing was full and the clinic moved him to Murang'a Hospital. He kicked the bucket a couple of days after the fact. 

Githinji abandons a spouse and one youngster who is set to sit for the forthcoming Kenya Certificate for Secondary Education (KCSE). 

"We will meet as a family to make entombment courses of action for our dearest sibling," proceeded with Wacheke. 

The demise comes days after columnist Lorna Irungu died on Monday, March 22, subsequent to engaging Covid-19 infection. 

"Lorna Irungu-Macharia has surrendered to Covid-19; the previous Gina Din Group Managing Director, who was additionally a media character, has been a Lupus survivor for more than 20 years and had gone through a few kidney transfers," tweeted NTV commentator Dan Mwangi. 

Irungu was famously known for the Omo-Pick-A-Box show that was mainstream during the 1990s. She facilitated the show close by Regina Mutoko.

Content created and supplied by: Fastnewskenya (via Opera News )

Covid-19 Embu Grace Wacheke Murang'a Hospital. Reuben Githinji


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