|Hellen Wendy's Body Laying At Lee Funeral Home/Photo Courtesy|
A Canadian-based nurse Hellen Wendy Nyabuto who tragically drowned in a swimming pool in Toronto, Canada is set to be burial this week after the arrival of her body to Kenya yesterday Saturday.
Speaking about her burial ceremony, the parents of Hellen Wendy have announced a change in the date of her burial. Hellen Wendy's body will be laid to rest in Suneka village, Kisii County on Wednesday but not Monday as earlier announced. On leaving Canada, Hellen's body aboard Ethiopian airlines landed in Ethiopia before it was flown back to the country where it was moved to Lee Funeral Home where it is currently laying.
Additionally, Hellen's body will leave Lee Funeral Home on Tuesday ahead of burial in Kisii on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old nurse drowned while swimming alone in a pool in Canada. Sadly, she passed while streaming herself live on Facebook while swimming. May her soul rest in peace.
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