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Sad Scene As Faith Wanja Visits Graves Of Relatives Who Succumbed To Covid 19

Faith Wanja Mwaura has shared emotional photos of graves of relatives who died within three weeks.

Faith Wanja

She shared the photos on Facebook. She captioned her post "I had to go pay may respects to my cousins since I didn't go to bury them. Three fresh graves. N the fourth one was today of my aunt who couldn't overcome the grief of her children. This has happened in less than 3 weeks. Covid 19 is a sting that I will never forget. How will my niece n nephew move on losing both parents in a span of 5 Days? Remember these children in your prayers. No amount of counseling can heal their hearts, it is only God. But we are going to do our best to support them. Through counseling, moral support, etc.

I am posting this to show you n the reality that covid is real n how serious this thing is. We have been hit hard and affected. Please dear ones, take care. Go get vaccinated. Stay away from visiting parents at the rural areas, protect them that way."

Screenshot of Faith's post on Facebook

Emotional photos shared on Facebook by Faith

Kenyans have reacted to this post as they penned down rest in peace messages to the departed souls. They also comforted the bereaved as they advised everyone to stay safe from covid 19.

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Let's sanitize, put on our face masks appropriately and maintain social distance when in public.

Rest in peace to the departed souls that succumbed to covid 19. May the broken souls get healed.

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