It was a sombre mood as two siblings Ian Mwangi aged 11year, Grade 6 pupil and Precious Nyambura aged 8yrs (Grade 3 pupil) were finally buried at their Kanjiruini Village home, Maragua, Murang'a county.
The minors were killed in a tragic road crash last friday along Thika Kandara road next to Delveiw while going home from Makongo Primary school.
They were hit by overspeeding nissan which was avoiding speed bumps.
Their dad John Kamande who is a popular businessman and runs a Kinyozi business in Thika was waiting for them in the evening as usual so that they could go back home together in Witeithie when he got the sad news.
Sadly, their elder brother lost his life in similar circumstances in 2022. The family has now been left with one kid.
The bodies of the two were lying at General Kago morgue in Thika where they were removed by family members and friends today morning for burial service.
Kiambu county women representative Ann Wamuratha graced the burial service and condoled with the family.
In her social media post, she described the situation as painful loss for the parents, adding the two had alot of bright future.
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