Hon Sabina Wanjiru Chege, who is the current Women Representative for Murang'a County, and also a close ally to President Uhuru Kenyatta attended a send off event in Murarandia ward in Murang'a County, mourned over the sudden death of Rahab Wanjeri Njoroge. (Courtesy photo)
According to her recent post, she said on Wednesday they laid to rest Rahab Wanjeri Njoroge, the mother to Migwi in 'Mathariti' village, 'Murarandia' in Kiharu constituency, Murang'a County.(Courtesy photo)
Perhaps, she hailed the late as a loving mother to her pillar Mr Migwi, who continues to serve Murarandia residents with zeal and dedication. she prayed unto God to grant the Migwi's family comfort for the loss of their dear mother.Her post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them joined her in mourning the sudden death of Rahab Wanjeri Njoroge. They further prayed God to give friends, relatives and family the peace of minds and serenity of hearts at this hardest time in the history of their life.
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