Kenya: Embakasi West MP George Theuri Losses His Father

18 November 2019

Embakasi West Member of Parliament George Theuri is mourning the death of his father Mzee Theuri.

Mzee Theuri passed on Monday morning.

The MP took to his social media accounts to mourn the death of his father.

"My family mourn, I can't believe Dad you are gone; RIP Dad I celebrate you, my hero. I may try to look strong on the outside, but I am so broken," Theuri wrote on Facebook.

His followers took the opportunity to send in their messages of condolences to the legislator.

"God gives and he takes. May he rest well," Hon Simon Mbugua posted.

"May God comfort you and your family and may he RIP. I am sure the way you treated him per your other posts on here made his last days on earth really bright," Grace Preety Wa Wachira commented.

"Pole sana Mheshimiwa, may God give you the strength you need at this difficult moment," Catherine Mukunyi wrote.

"Sincere condolences bwana mheshimiwa may his soul rest in peace. It is well," Ednah Kamau said.

"My sincere condolences to you and your family may God comfort you," commented Berniece Mugoh.

"So sorry for the loss. May God give you and the entire family strength, peace, and grace that surpasses human understanding during this difficult time," posted Eunice Wanjiru.

"My condolences to you and your family. May the Lord comfort you as only he can. May he rest in peace," Salome Thuo mentioned.

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