Catherine Wawira, the mother to two Kianjokoma brothers who died after being arrested by Embu police officers for being out during the curfew hours is yet to heal from the pain almost a year down the line.
Gospel Musician Rachael Njeri and team compassion paid a visit to the mother and she could not stop crying as they hugged and prayed with her.
Rachel Njeri went with some shopping and contribution for the grieving family.
Sadly, the graves of the two brothers are at the entrance of the home and Catherine Wawira sees them every time. She places fresh flowers as a sign of love to her sons almost every day.
Wawira had 4 children and now remains with 2 after her sons were murdered. She is yet to get justice.
Her surviving son is still disturbed by the death of his brothers. Wawira's daughter on the other hand welcomed a child a few weeks ago.
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