Hellen Pilale Nkaissery, the wife of the late Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery, has come out to offer information on the CS's final moments at their Nairobi home before he passed away on July 7, 2017.
The late Nkaissery, who was regarded as a no-nonsense professional in the public eye, had a heart attack and collapsed at his home in Karen. He was pronounced dead when he arrived at the nearby Karen Hospital.
It was a typical evening at the Nkaissery farm that day, according to Hellen, who remembers her husband as cheerful and "in very high spirits."
"I had just returned from our rural house and I was at home with just the two of us. I had a typical evening," Hellen stated.
"He merely woke up in the night, and to my horror, I watched him collapse. We learned that he had died after having been rushed to the hospital, she told Victoria Rubadiri.
"After that, I'm not sure what occurred since I also passed out, and the following day I woke up in a hospital. It truly shocked me.
Following her husband's passing, Mrs. Nkaissery continued by describing the time as being marked by shock, bewilderment, and perplexity.
She remarked, "After a few weeks, I realized that it had actually happened. I was devastated for about two years and was also bewildered, puzzled, and afraid.
In her most recent book, The General and I, Mrs. Nkaissery describes her experience with the death of her husband.
She explained how writing the book helped her with the healing process by giving her the exercise she needed to process her feelings and preserve the memory of her late husband.
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