RIP! Tears And Emotional Moments As Banker Who Was Thrown Out Of Moving Vehicle Is Laid To Rest
By SnipperBossRoni | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 915 views
Kenyans are still surprised with the death of a 25 year old banker, Judy Wanjiku who was thrown out of a moving vehicle along Thika road. It is so sad and painful to the family members and close friends as the gap left can never be filled.
However, according to Citizen Tv news report, the late banker has been given her final send off in an emotional burial. The family of the deceased have urged the police to arrest the matatu.
She died from internal injuries after she was thrown out of the vehicle after a heated argument.
We send our heartfelt condoling messages as opera news hub writers to the bereaved family members and close friends and we pray that they find strength during this trying times. May her soul rest in eternal peace. Dance with the angles.
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