Another Female Bishop Succumbs To Covid-19 Complications
By TheDailyScoop.com | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 9318 views
Covid-19 mortality rate seems to be going up every single day as more cases of prominent people succumbing to the complications of this disease are being reported daily.
Today, another female bishop in country has been reported to have passed away as she was receiving treatment on the deadly virus.
According to sources, Bishop Mercy Waciama succumbed early this morning as she at the Muranga Level 5 hospital where she had been admitted since Saturday 13th.
Bishop Mercy Waciama once worked as a presenter at Njata TV before moving to Kiheo TV and later on became a Minister of the word of God.
This comes as huge worrying reports to the family and friends of the renowned bishop who had touched many people's lives with the kind work and words she had to them.
As her family and friends are mourning the demise of their loved one, we are all encouraged to stay safe and follow all the protocols and guidelines put in place by the government to help fight the deadly disease.
May she rest in peace.
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