In this world, there are many different types of diseases. Some diseases are caused by virus, bacteria or fungi. Like covid-19 is caused by virus which is normally transmitted from one person to another through physical contact.
Furthermore, many children are orphans after their parents passed away after contracting this virus. Some are lacking basic needs such as food, clothes and shelter.
Furthermore, death has caused many families around the world to live in fear. Losing a parent is very painful.
Accordingly from the source, the owner of Solai Dam which killed 48 people after breaking it's banks is dead. It has been reported that, Perry Mansukh died after suffering for three days. He was admitted in Aga Khan hospital before announced dead.
The businessman was a very hardworking person and he employed many Kenyans in his farm.
Let us pray for his family during this difficult time. May his soul rest in peace.
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