Rip! Sadness After A Popular Business Man Succumbs After A Short Illness
By Itsonlyme | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 10893 views
Residents of Banana area in Nyeri are currently mourning the death of a popular business who is reported to have died after a short Illness.
In a series of facebook posts uploaded by a man who has been identified as Samu Ki, he claimed that the deceased who was a known long time business man from Njiku had passed on while receiving treatment in one of the hospitals in banana region.
Reports have it that the deceased had been rushed to the hospital after feeling unwell where he was admitted for a while before he sadly passed on while receiving medical treatment in the same hospital.
Wanjiku Sharon - Rest In Peace Baba Samuel, thank for being a good friend and example to most of us, you'll be missed.
Ian Ngethe - Well rest in peace i used to see him walking around the market and wondered where he was after dissappearing, i didn't realize he was sick.
Purity Bosworth - May her rest in peace atleast he was an inspiration to many of us, sending my heart felt condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.
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