A Murang'a couple could not hold its pain yesterday during the memorial service of their two children who were knocked down by a speeding matatu a few days ago.Twelve-year-old Ian Mwangi and his sister, nine-year-old Precious Nyambura, died on Friday, March 3, after a speeding matatu which was coming from a burial knocked them down as they were going home from school.According to a report by Kameme TV, the parents of the two siblings could not hold their pain following the incident, as it had come just a few years after they lost their first child to a similar road accident.
𝐗𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐞: This is so sad I rebuke the spirit of premature deaths.May you find comfort and strength in the arms of christ 🙏𝐄𝐯𝐞: The family at large should sit down to find out what might be the cause of the 'premature 'deaths otherwise poleni.𝐏𝐚𝐭𝐨𝐡: Too Sad.May God comfort them, may he give them strength at this dark moment.May he shield and protect them,from the evil schemes of the devil.𝐋𝐢𝐳𝐳: May God grant them peace and comfort,Its painful it hurts No more premature deaths in their family,No more accidents in their family 🙏
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