Indeed, death is a bad reaper, it reaps where it has not sawn. Bahati member of parliament honorable Onesimus Kimani Ngunjiri has been thrown into mourning. Ngunjiri has lost his last born son Arthur Kinyanjui.
Its very painful for a person to lose a loved one. Especially basing on the fact that this is a parent who had seen alot of future in his son. Arthur was a young and vibrant boy who had a promising future.
Kimani has taken to Facebook to mourn his lovely son. He said that it is very hard to believe that he is gone. Indeed, it breaks ones heart to see a father mourning his son like that.
The late Arthur has been in hospital for a very long time. He was on a life support machine in a Mombasa hospital. During his trip to Mombasa, DP Ruto visited Arthur in hospital.
Kimani Ngunjiri is one of the leaders who are allied to deputy president William Ruto's side. He is always campaigning for United Democratic Movement(UDA).
May Arthur's heart rest in peace.
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