The late lawyer Paul Gicheru's requiem mass took place on Tuesday at Karen in an event which was attended by family, friends and colleagues from the legal profession.
The lawyer was eulogized as an extremely generous man who always shared the little he had with others.
His wife Ruth Gicheru eulogized him as a caring and loving husband who always showered her with love.
The son Allan Njoroge was also not left behind in mourning the untimely death of his dear father.
However, his mother was conspicuously missing after expressing discontent over circumstances surrounding her son's death.
Lawyer Paul Gicheru was found dead in his Karen house after eating late lunch last week with froth oozing from his mouth.
Police are yet to establish the real reason behind this Death.
His death came at a time when the international criminal court was yet to make a ruling on a case where he was Accused of Witness bribery.
In today's Requiem mass, his family was represented by his sister Esther Njoroge.
He is set to be buried on Thursday in Nakuru.
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