Kameme Tv sign language interpreter, presenter and producer Josephine Mwihaki passed away on Monday June ,28.
The medimax limited station issued a statement on the death of their employee, eulogizing her as being dedicated and loved by her colleagues. Mwihaki 41, was reported to have passed on following a short illness. The presenter was rushed to hospital a fortnight ago and was reported to have suffered from high blood pressure. She was discharged and allowed to continue with medication at home. However the situation reportedly worsened on Sunday evening, June 27 and she was rushed back to hospital for further checkups . Mwihaki was said to have complained of severe headaches..
She was reported to have passed on a few hours later. The presenter also worked for K24 Tv, Kameme TV'S sister company. "Kameme Tv send condolences to her her family. We loved you , May God rest you in eternal peace".The Tv station announced.
Her friends and followers also eulogized her. "We will miss you. I will remain to remember how you supported us in the interpretation of Kenya sign language in Baringo , Nakuru ,Mt Elgon, Maseno ,Oyugis , Meru, this one has hit me hard my dear friend", one of her friends Wachianga Wachianga eulogized.
Essie Essy ,her kin added, " This was the last thing I ever expected to hear. Yesterday (Sunday) we spoke and you inquired about your nephew.You gave me hope that healing was his portion. Little did I know some few minutes , less than an hour you would leave, Rest in peace".
Mwihaki leaves behind her children and husband. The deceased was born in 1980.
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