John Njau's mother has painfully mourned her son who died after falling from an upper floor at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar.The fallen 24-year-old Kenyan security guard moved to the country a year ago to better his life.Njau suffered critical injuries on Friday, December 9, hours after Argentina beat the Netherlands in the quarter-finals.Njau's mum, who lives in Nairobi, was inconsolable while speaking to CNN about her son.She painfully narrated how her son promised to take good care of her after finding a security job in Qatar. CNN's journalist Larry Madowo shared the full interview on Twitter.Kenyans reacts:
𝐎𝐭𝐭𝐲: It pained me, lord 🙏 see through the left family behind, it pained me so much
𝐏𝐚𝐮𝐥: That's always our dreams to better our parents life ,may he rest in peace 🙏
𝐄𝐥𝐢𝐳𝐚: The pain of a mother! May the good Lord take care of our children who go out there to better our lives.May you be covered by the blood of Jesus. Let there be no premature death.Mama,let God wipe your tears 😭 😭.May his soul rest in peace.
𝐌𝐚𝐮: Very disturbing to see a mother mourning her son. May God wipe her tears 😢and May the soul of young man Rest in peace. Life is too short 😢
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