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James Gakara: Doctor's Widow Reads Bedtime Stories to Her 2 Children During Burial

Winnie Odhiambo, widow of the suspected killer Nakuru doctor James Gakara, brought mourners to tears after reading stories to her late children before their burial.

Gakara and his two children, five-year-old Dylan Gakara and three-year-old Hailey Karuana were laid to rest on Tuesday, September 28, at their family zero in Mbaruk, Gilgil sub-county. In her eulogy, during the trio's burial service, Winnie read bedtime stories to her two children in memory of how she accustomed do before they may retire to bed.

She disclosed that their favourite books were the Donkey in an exceedingly Well, the large Bad Wolf and also the Six Piglets. Gakara's widow described her daughter as an upcoming doctor and her son as a future captain.

Gakara, a gynaecologist by profession, was buried in an exceedingly separate grave while his children were laid to rest in one. However, their graves weren't crammed with soil. Instead, they were covered with timber, a layer of polythene and covered with concrete. This, the family's spokesman Burton Njoroge said was in line with Gakara's burial wish.

During the memorial service held at the Almighty Christian church in Nakuru's Milimani Estate, Winnie eulogised her husband because the best partner, an honest listener and compassionate.

Gakara's widow disclosed that their sparks of affection begun in an operation theatre in February 2014.

As previously reported, Gakara was found lying unconscious next to his two dead kids in suspected murder and attempted suicide case. He was rushed to Nakuru Level Five hospital, where he breathed his last on Wednesday, September 22. The gynaecologist based at Nakuru was later accused of killing his five-year-old Dylan Gakara and Karuana Gakara, three, before attempting to require his own life on the evening of Saturday, September 18, in his Kiamunyi Estate home.

Nakuru county police commander Beatrice Kiraguri confirmed the incident saying several vials of medicine and syringes and a knife were found at the crime scene. it had been reported that after regaining consciousness, the medic admitted to having drugged the minors, resulting in their death.

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