Losing a loved one comes with alot of regrets, stress and pain as no one wishes to lose a loved one.
Recent updated concerning death of a form one student identified as Salome has left Kenyans blaming parents and those around her. It is alleged that Salome lost her mother and during speeches, hon Silvanus Osoro realized that she had not spoken. Upon inquiring, he was informed of Salome's health condition. He supported her undergo a heart surgery which occured last week.
Having undergone a surgery, Kenyans expected her to be resting at bed until she is around three months for her to start doing house chores. They feel that Salome's life was cut short since those around her neglected their responsibilities. They described this as inhumane and unexpected.
They also penned down rest in peace messages to the departed soul. Condolences messages were sent to the bereaved.
What is your take concerning this story? Feel free to drop your thoughts.
Rest in peace Salome. Death is unpredictable.
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