"Niongoze safarini, mbele unichukue, mlangoni mwa mbinguni niingie na wewe," the Nyamira teacher sang.
In the weeks and days leading to his painful death, the Nyamira teacher whose body was found in a nurse's house sang worship songs.
He sang Bwana U Sehemu yangu and his video was him singing "Tenda kwangu nipate ushuhuda".
Further, from the preliminary reports it reveals that the owner of the House in Egesieri, Nyamira where the mutilated body of Mwalimu Ezekiel George Gitangwa was found has been arrested. The Nurse, Agnetta Agwata was nabbed by DCI detectives in Nakuru.
Following this, the post by Tuko.co.ke on last words of the deceased have raised concern to Kenyans online who have reacted giving different reactions towards it and below are some of their reactions;
"Kisii should be fenced with immediate effect.. may his soul rest in peace." ~ Edna Owino.
"Wakisii jamani ,hata mwaka hijafika katikati mshaanza ,mara pastor wa SDA kufukuza best maids ,mara mwingine kufinya Mzee makende ,nyinyi hakuna Cha last warning tokeni Kenya muende Nigeria." ~ Moureen Otieno.
"Nowadays Love is disease, killing Lovers everywhere Rest In Peace Ticha." ~ Sanai Aleena.
"There are songs when you begin to sing you must face their consequences whatsoever.People should be careful with what their tongues sing and speak.R.I.P." ~ La Chiq.
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