There were several prominent people in attendance during Catherine Kasavuli's burial in Vihiga, including Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, Speaker of the National Assembly Moses Wetangula, and former Azimio La Umoja running partner Martha Karua.
During the funeral service, the leaders met at Nyang'ori High School to pay their respects.
"Tonight, the Prime Cabinet Secretary, @MusaliaMudavadi, and I joined other leaders, the family, relatives, and friends of our departed sister, the veteran broadcaster Catherine Kasavuli, to pay our last respects at Nyangori Boys High School in Vihiga county, where her ashes will be interred today. May the living God comfort mama Rachael Kasavuli and give her the fortitude she needs to cope with the tragic loss of her cherished daughter. Cancer will eventually succumb to its own demise! Rest in peace, Catherine, "Wetangula was active on Twitter.
Vihiga county, which is the location of the burial that will take place today. May the living God comfort mama Rachael Kasavuli and give her the fortitude she needs to cope with the tragic loss of her cherished daughter.
Cancer will eventually succumb to its own demise!
In a tweet, Mudavadi wrote, "Together with National Assembly Speaker @HonWetangula, Hon @MarthaKarua and other leaders, we mourned with the family, friends, and relatives of Veteran Journalist, a national asset and heroine, the Late Catherine Kasavuli at their Tigoi home in Vihiga Constituency, Vihiga County." Kasavuli was a journalist who had worked for many years.
Catherine Kasavuli was a veteran journalist, a national asset, and a heroine. We mourned her passing with her family, friends, and relatives at their home in Tigoi, which is located in the Vihiga Constituency in Vihiga County. Other leaders who were present included the Speaker of the National Assembly, Hon. Wetangula, and Hon. Martha Karua.
Mudavadi and Wetangula, on the other hand, exited the burial service after making their remarks and traveled to Asembo, which is located in Siaya county, in order to take part in a gratitude celebration for ICT Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo.
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