"Gone Too Soon" Grief As A Form Two Student Who Succumbed To Brain Tumor Is Laid To Rest
By Quickflash | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 310 views
Death is cruel,it is a stage everyone will undergo at some point in life. Sombre mood engulfed Kapcholoi village in Eldama Ravine after a young student was laid to rest.
According to the source, the deceased identified as Noel Kigen was a form two student at Uzalendo Secondary School. Sources revealed that he succumbed to brain tumor. Eldama Ravine ministry of Education representative known as Elijah Tanui also attended the burial ceremony and condoled with the bereaved family.
Opera fraternity sends our deep heartfelt condolences to the family and friends, may his soul rest in eternal peace. All in all, as we celebrate this day with our loved ones, let's adhere to the guidelines put in place by the ministry of health to curb the spread of corona virus disease.
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Source Ravine News.
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