The recently retired archbishop of the Catholic archdiocese of Nairobi, John Cardinal Njue has been thrown into mourning following the demise of his sibling.
The archbishop emeritus who was supposed to celebrate the archdiocesan Young Adults Association Mass on Saturday September 25 at St Monica has been forced to change the schedule for the function to fit into the burial arrangements.
According to earlier arrangements by the Catholic archdiocese of Nairobi the Mass was to be presided by the cardinal starting 10.00am but new arrangements it has been adjusted to commence at 10;15am, a slight adjustment to give room for the funeral programs.
The last minute adjustment read, “Following the demise of sister to His Eminence Emeritus John Cardinal Njue, the program has slightly changed,” the new announcement by the archdiocese reads.
The program leaked on a WhatsApp group planning the Saturday September 25 event.
Cardinal Njue lost another of his sisters, Jones Wakinyua Njuki in January.
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