The whole of Mbaruk in Gilgil is covered with total sombre mood as they lay down a very prominent man with his two children. Dr. Gakara is being buried with his two children at their Mbaruk home. Many people people have exposed Gakara as a diligent and jovial man who's demise has touched many.
Among those who paid their tributes during the speech today was the area chief. The area chief said he was a man who sacrificed to save lives of many people. She said that Gakara touched her life personally because he managed to treat one of her sick patients one day.
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As this happened, his wife was able to speak today where she read two wonderful stories. One was about her late husband and the other one was about her two children. Winnie expressed how much she loved her family so much. The leaders have told the neighbors and friends to support the family and be cautious on what they post online.
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