Nurses have been thrown into mourning as information on the passing of ‘Sir Gerald-Mwems’ together with his son through a road accident emerges online according to a Facebook post by Mwalimu Martin Egh.
Gerald (a nurse) and his son died on 11th October 2021 in a car accident along the Mbooni-Makueni road however the wife survived and is in a critical condition. His colleagues only learnt of his passing today through Facebook.
Messages of condolence poured in from various nurses who knew him. Martin Musi Marto wrote “no one can replace a loved one that's gone, it's an emptiness that no one can replace.” He also passed condolences to family and friends.
A post by Muranga KMTC revealed that the late was an alumnus of the institution. We are “saddened by the news that we have lost one of us,” the post read. Gerald studied nursing between the years 2006-2010.
Geralds’s former client Kamau wa Njeri penned an emotional message while narrating how the nurse took care of his wife at Kikuyu hospital. “The good deeds you did to others will always be alive even when you are gone,” Kamau wrote.
Rest in eternal peace Nurse Gerald, your services will be greatly missed.
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