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RIP: Covid-19 Claims A Life Throwing Renowned Actress In Mourning

By SnipperBossRoni | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 15595 views

The third wave of Covid-19 pandemic has claimed the lives of prominent leaders and loved ones in Kenya. Unfortunately, others are still fighting for their lives in hospitals. But death is a respecter of no man as it claims the lives of both the rich. It strikes when we least expect.

It is so sad and painful as renowned actress, Veronica Mwaura famously known as Miss Obija, former Tahidi High actress has been thrown into mourning. This is after she lost her loving father to Covid-19. The sad news was announced by tuko news on their tweeter account. Her mother too is still admitted after testing positive for the virus. They tweeted,

"Former Tahidi High actress Veronicah Mwaura aka Miss Obija's father succumbs to #COVID19 complications at Nairobi Womens Hospital in Rongai. 

Her mother is also admitted in Nairobi Women's Hospital in Naivasha having tested positive for the virus on March 26.

#tukonews #Kenya https://t.co/Pzh5Kiny2Y."

As opera news hub writers we send our heartfelt condolences to the family members and close friends. We pray and hope that they find strength during this trying times. May the soul of the late find rest in eternal peace. Dance with the angels!

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