Losing a parent is often overwhelming. In addition to coping with their grief, the children are often left in charge of planning the funeral as well as handling the various legal details. This can make an already devastating situation more stressful, and often, siblings end up butting heads throughout the process.
Actress Sandra Dacha has given the whole story about what happened today during the burial of rugby player Benjamin Ayimba who died a few weeks ago. According to Sandra she has seen it all in a single day, she defied to take her best friend actress Nyaboke Moraa to the baruial of her baby daddy, but the reception they received there was so unwelcoming.
(Video) Uproar After a Video of Ayimba's Kids With Nyaboke Being Prohibited From The Burial Go Viral
Drama was witnessed at the burial of the late Benjamin Ayimba after his baby mama, Nyaboke and the kids were prohibited from attending the burial. According to media personality Sandra Dacha alias Silprosa, they found police officers at the gate who been urged to prohibit Nyaboke and her children from attending the burial but after they set their eyes on the two children they allowed them to get in.
Death is an irreversible event to all living things. What hurts the most is losing a close loved one to the cold hands of death. Kenyans were surprised after the death if legendary rugby player and manager of the Kenyan ruby 7s, Benjamin Ayimba who succumbed to cerebral malaria.
After the death of his two children and Kenya rugby coach Ayimba, Nyaboke Moraa introduced for the first time the father to her first two kids the social media big wig Blakaende on the world father's day yesterday. (Photo| Moraa and Blakaende) She says that she has never found a replacing person to fill his gap for being the best dad and she is forever greatful to him for taking the full fatherly responsibilities.
[Photo courtesy] Shortly after Benjamin Ayimba passed on, Ex Tahidi actress Gloria Moraa Nyboke mourned the father of her two boys captioning " I don't know what I am going to tell your boys because they know you went to work far away and will come back one day".
Kenyan rugby player Benjamin Ayimba died after a long illness that had him admitted at the Kenyatta hospital, he had celebral malaria. Ayimba was a family man who had different baby mama's and he always tried to give all of them the life that they deserved. One of the baby mama actress and comedian Nyaboke Moraa has had a rough time since his death, this started with Ayimba's sisters calling her children names and she went ranting on her social media saying she wont take it anymore especially when her children are involved.
[Photo courtesy] The late Benjamin Ayimba was laid to rest at his Siaya Home earlier this month but the burial was rocked with drama after her baby mama Gloria Moraa Nyaboke, a popular actress who is remembered for her role in Tahidi High and more recently Kina.
Irene Ayimba a is sister the late Benjamin Ayimba as well an actor who has participated in several shows including the one of Papa Shirandula. She recently came to the public limelight after denying Benjamin Ayimba's kids to bid farewell to their father. Irene is said to have treated her nephews and as well their mother as outcasts during the burial of her brother something they highly hungered the mourners.
A sombre mood on Friday 11th June took over the Uranga area in Siaya county as the remains of the late legendary Kenyan rugby player and enthusiast Benjamin Ayimba were laid to rest at his native home. Hundreds of rugby lovers, leaders from all parts of the country and area residents turned up in large numbers to pay their last tributes to the man who truly served his nation and lifted the country's flag with a lot of patriotism.
Sports lovers in Kenyan have been having a hard time in the past few weeks. Not only the sports fraternity but also Kenyans in general have been taking it deeply after the loss of a legend. Kenya is one great country that has produced stars across various disciplines, whether football, Rugby, Athletics and Basketball among others.
Drama was witnessed on Friday 11th June by one of the late Ayimba's baby mama was reportedly barred from attending the burrial. Benjamin Ayimba was one of the known successful coach to manage the sevens rugby team. He was reported dead few weeks ago after battling a long illness.
As Kenya's rugby legend Benjamin Ayimba was being laid to rest in his native home in Siaya County, Kenyans and rugby lovers would have wished to see an honorary send-off to the man who made history by elevating Kenya's status on the global map. On the contrary, drama, tension, and police presence to calm things were the scenes witnessed.
Former Tahidi High actress Nyaboke Moraa has allegedly been denied access from attending the burial ceremony of Former Kenya 7s Coach, Benjamin Ayimba. According to her friend who is former Auntie Boss actress Sandra Dacha claims that police have been brought in by Ayimba’s sisters, preventing his baby mama, Moraa and her sons from getting in.
photo courtesy enjamin Ayimba died some days ago and many Kenyans took their time to mourn with the grieving friends and family. Today being his funeral and being a public figure, a number of Celebrities took their time and went to his home in Siaya to give their last respect to the deceased.
Kenya Rugby Union has postponed Kenya Cup matches that were slated for resumption on Saturday the 12th of June,2021. This is a decision that was made to honor the departed Kenya 7s legend Benjamin Ayimba. Ayimba was laid to rest at his home county of Siaya on Friday the 11th of June.
Actress Nyaboke Moraa has left fans surprised after she introduced her second baby daddy to celebrate him during father's day on June 20. During this day, the mother of four introduced big wig Blakaende as a father who fathered her firstborn child. She then shared a photo of him where she went further to celebrate him for being a great father for their daughter.
Hon Kalonzo Musyoka, who is the Wiper Party's boss ignited a hot debate online when he attended a send off ceremony for world champion rugby player, Mr Benjamin Ayimba. (Courtesy photo) In his post, his said the late Ayimba played his part, and he finished the race well.
Benjamin Ayimba's funeral service held yesterday, Friday June 12,2021 was marred with alot of drama and chaos after Ayimba's sisters denied Moraa,s two sons a chance to pay last respect to their father by laying flowers. Moraa is the former Tahidi High School actor and had two sons sired with Benjamin Ayimba.
Benjamin Ayimba was a former rugby player and coach of the Kenya sevens rugby team. Ayimba played for Nondescripts RFC 2002 before moving to Cornish Pirates in England. He played in the Kenya Sevens squad that featured in the 2001 and 2005 Rugby World Cup Sevens tournaments in Argentina and Hong Kong respectively.