There are many teacher training college in our country. Some of the tutors are hardworking and have taught for several years.
Unfortunately, some of them have passed away after contracting different diseases like Covid-19. This virus have killed millions of people around the world. It is so painful to lose a parent through Covid-19 infections.
According to the source, veteran maths lecture is dead. It has been revealed that, Madam Ruth Kisui who was teaching Machakos TTC Died after suffering Covid-19 related Complications for a short time. Madam Kisiu was a hardworking person and she had taught different TTC in the country including Kitui TTC.
Let us come together and pray for her family during this difficult time. It is very painful to lose a healthy person through Covid-19 infections.
Look some photos of Ruth Kisui from the source.
May her soul rest in peace.
Furthermore, member to sanitize and follow all guidelines from the ministry of health to reduce Covid-19 infections in the country.
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