Reverend, moderator of Nyeri Hill Presbytery and minister of Tetu perish found dead.
This is according to the Facebook post by Nyeri Newshub Muhoro on Thursday morning.
"Rev. Geofrey Mureithi Mwangi, the Moderator of Nyeri Hill Presbytery and minister of Tetu Parish has passed on after a short illness." The post read out.
According to a reliable source to this desk and privy to the incident,Geoffrey Mureithi Mwangi lost his life after battling with short illness.
His death was also announced by his family members as follows;
"It is sad that our beloved son and our Reverend Bishop is no more. It is God's will and we can't comment on that. May he rest in eternal peace." Read in part a statement issued by the family on Thursday morning.
Following the death of Geoffrey Mureithi, his Church followers have sent their messages of condolences as follows.
Rest in Peace Reverend
May the Lord give comfort and strength to the family during this trying moment. May his soul rest in eternal peace.
May God comfort his family. May he rip.
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