Life is sacred, celebrating life after death is a long-lived tradition. Through obituaries, knowing about a person's life after his death is a common thing. Newspapers carry pictures of the deceased in the back pages and that is where the most crucial information is captured.
One obituary has caught the attention of many, the obituary highlights the life of an individual. What is even more appalling is how the number of wives to the deceased is captured hilariously.
The late Charles Mbutia Gichuru was married to three wives. In the obituary, it's explained that he married his first wife Stella in 1995. The late but left his wife in the UK.
The late was blessed with 2 children with his first wife. After staying back in Kenya for a while he met his second wife whom they were blessed with three children. His second wife was not enough for the adventurous man. His expedition went on as he was searching for the love of his life.
Likewise, men once said, You don't tire until you get what you are looking for'. Mbutia's search for the love of his life came to an untimely end when he met Olive Githongo. The late and Olive the love of his life was blessed with one child Christian Mburu Mbutia.
This is one of the best-written obituaries I have come across. The choice of words was soothing, the tone was immense and the whole mood was lively. Live well Robert Mbutia Gichuru.
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