Hellen Pilale Nkaissery,the widow of late Joseph Nkaissery has finally come out to share why she decided to write a book tittled"The General and I". The late Joseph Nkaissery,who served as Kenyan minister for internal security passed away on 7th July 2017. The no-nonsense man, collapsed at his Caren home in Nairobi after suffering from a heart attack,and was finally pronounced dead at Karen hospital.
According to Mrs Nkaissery,it was a normal evening. They were just two of them at home,and she had just travelled from their village home. All was good until night,when she saw her husband collapsing,and upon being transferred to the hospital,he was pronounced dead on arrival. Mrs Nkaissery said that her husband's death was characterized by shock and confusion,which placed her down for over two years. However,she came to accept that it has happened.
She described how her late husband made sure that they always stood in their faith in Jesus Christ,and this helped them to overcome the situation together as a family. She started writing the book about her husband four years after his death, what she said gave her a chance to to bring out all the feelings and placed them in form of writing.
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