The catholic diocese of Meru fraternity has today met with saddening news following the demise of their renowned priest Bernard Njeri Nkanya who served as the St. Massimo parish father in charge that is located in Mikinduri, Tigania East Constituency. Nkanya who has served for more than twenty years in the catholic family met his ultimate death today sunday 14th march 2020 and therefore his burial date and venue will be communicated later by the diocese bishop Salesius Mugambi in coordination with the parish and diocese committee.
Different leaders in Meru county led by Governor Kiraitu Murungi have mourned the priest, where they have termed him as a dedicated servant of God who served the community with Love, commitment and passion.The Governor has also said that he was currently serving as a member of the Meru Teaching and Referral Hospital board who was selected through a rigorous vetting process at the county assembly of Meru and at the same time served as a member of the Mikinduri Town Board.
He has therefore dedicated his condolences message to Bishop Salesius Mugambi and the entire clergy at large.
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