The family of Dr. Gakara had the burial service of their kin yesterday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. This was the first time people had a chance to see her after having been in hospital bed since the horrifying events happened. During the burial service, Winnie Odhiambo described Dr. Gakara as a caring and compassionate man who loved her so much.
"I got everything I would ask for. Now I know it's not possible for anyone to live 1000 years. My heart bleeds and I'm completely shattered," Winnie Odhiambo's tribute to the mourners stated.
The burial is set to happen today despite pending results to determine the alleged medical substance that killed Dr. Gakara. Everyone eulogized the doctor as a very good, caring and polite man who everyone would feel comfortable to stay with.
The prominent doctors who attended the funeral said that doctors also need some mental health support and fitness because most of them have no one to rely on when with mental issues.
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