The late Catherine Kasavuli is set to be buried in western this weekend, however Television presenter has expressed her disappointment to mourners who today attended the funeral service at friend's church in Ngong today after showering praises to the late Catherine Kasavuli.
According to the reliable source from the function, TV presenter Wambui wa Muturi has expressed disappointment at some of the mourners who are showering praises at the late Catherine Kasavuli's ceremony. According to her, the legendary media personality's family has struggled with bills since she war hospitalized but they were quiet.
"All this great people attending Kasavuli's burial 'walikuwa wapi' when it was even hard for her to afford treatment. " She questioned.
This comes after her only son Martin Kasavuli has been at the forefront to request kenyans to help him clear her mother's hospital bill of which recently the first in command William Ruto intervened and cleared. At the same time those who were present during the service are political bigwigs who allegedly could help her during the tough moments while in hospital but now are praising her.
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