Death strikes once again leaving Kenyans in shock.The Anglican church of Kenya was heaved into mourning after untimely demise of their own dedicated member of the clergy. The late identified as Reverend Duncan Ndeda hailed from Nambale Ack diocese.He was incharge of Osieko parish in the diocese.The news of his death was shared earlier in a Facebook group.He was a softspocken humble man of God who embraced discipline and good morals.Sources revealed that he passed away shortly while receiving treatment in hospital.Earlier this year he urged parents to take good care of their children and motivate them into becoming wise people in the society.
His body is currently at Sega morgue awaiting autopsy to reveal the cause of his death.Kenyans online expressed their sympathy and condoled with the bereaved family.He has left a wife called Noreen and 2 children.
Opera union also wishes to send our condolences to the relatives and friends.May they find peace during this trying time.May his soul rest in peace.Feel free to comment,share and follow for more daily news updates.
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