The late Wanjiru Muriu (Wadiki) of Lanet Umoja 2
It is with great sadness we announce death of Margaret Wanjiru Muriu (Wadiki) of Lanet Umoja 2 which occurred in Bristol UK on Tuesday 31st May 2022. Wife to the late Francis Muriu. Mother to Dickson Waweru (Diki) and Marie Berry (Kamary) both of UK. Daughter to Isaac Waweru and Mary Nyambura (both deceased). Sister to Monica Wambui Mcdowall (UK), Susan Wacuka (German), Sammy Karenju KK (Kenya) among others. Mother in law to Nyambura Wainaina, Paul Berry and Zipphorah Wangari. Grandmother to Humphrey, Angel, Muriu, Wainaina, TJ, Ciru and Prince. Great grandmother to Dwayne.
The cortege will leave Woodford Green Funeral Home on Wednesday 13th July 2022 for Church service which will be held at Revival Church Manor Park, 500 High Street North E12 6QN at at 1.00 pm. This will be followed by Funeral service at Manor Park Cementry Serbet Road at 3pm on the same day. The family needs your support financially and spiritually.
You can give your support through Mpesa number +254725556724.
For more information please contact Dickson on +447828014842.
Rest in peace Mama till we meet again.
It is with our deepest sorrow and heartfelt regret to inform you of the sudden demise, of our beloved dad, Henry John Warner (Ian). He passed away late hours of Sunday 19th June 2022, after a short illness.
He was a loving husband to the late Rachel Wakiiya Warner (Cucu wa Kiongo, Eltham) and a wonderful father to 10 children: Karen Wambui (Glasgow), Alice Wanjiru, Margaret Wajine (Kenya), Janet, Duncan Karanja, Julie Njoki (Kenya) ), Douglas Kiongo, Catherine Njambi, Pamela and Donald Warner.
He leaves behind many grandchildren and great grandchildren who cherished every moment spent with their Guka.
His funeral will be head on: FRIDAY 15TH JULY 2022 at
St. Saviour’s Church
98 Middle Park Avenue
Eltham, London SE9 5JH
Time: 11:30 a.m.
For financial support:
A W GAMANGA
SORT CODE: 20-98-57
ACCOUNT NO: 53773256
Kindly use “YOUR NAME” as reference.
ERIC WAMBUGU WANJINE
The Warner family would like to thank you for keeping them in your thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.
Isaiah 57:2 NIV: Those who walk uprightly enter into peace; they find rest as they lie in death.
For further information please contact:
Douglas Kiongo +44 7949421288
Janet Warner +44 7903596698
Peter Kinyanjui +44 7376928464
Anthony Warner +44 7469941580.
The late Monicah Wanjiku James of Kangari, Muranga
We wish to inform you that our Mother, Cucu, aunt and friend was promoted to glory on Saturday 11th June 2022 at 12.00 noon while undergoing treatment at the ICU Murang’a Level 5 hospital where she had been admitted for one week. Mother of George Mwirigi Kamau and Stanley Wakaba James among others. We thank God and celebrate her long life. The funeral has tentatively been set for Saturday 18th June 2022.
This group has been opened for ease of communication to enable us give her a befitting send off. We will be holding physical meetings at *Blue Springs Hotel along Thika Road* starting Monday 13/6/2021 at 6.00 pm.
Our treasurer is Peter Kimani Mwirigi telephone no. +254725906448. Please feel free to channel your contributions to him.
For more information please contact +254722715590.
God bless you.
The Late Tirus Chege (Ithe wa Njambi) of New Hope Orphans Children’s Home in Uplands, Kenya
It is with great sadness to announce the passing away of the Late Tirus Chege (Ithe wa Njambi) of New Hope Orphans Children’s Home in Uplands, Kenya. Husband to Anne Chege. Many Kenyans in UK and USA know the couple. Tirus passed away on Sunday 29th May 2022 after a heart attack.
There is tears everywhere in and outside this orphan home because most of the children in this home referred to him as their father even those who have left the home and are now married. Tirus was a father to many apart from his four children.
Tirus will be laid to rest on Saturday 4th June 2022 in New Hope Orphan Children’s Home in Uplands, Kenya.
Those wishing to help financially or comforting Mrs. Anne Chege and family can do so through Mpesa no. +254720240585 or email@example.com.
THE LATE DUNCAN LEE NJERU – 11TH MAY 1974 TO 2ND MAY 2022
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the untimely demise of the Late Duncan Lee Njeru which occurred in the UK on Monday 2nd May 2022.
Son to John Mutema and Anne Kimeria. Husband to Peris Wangeci. Father to Sinead Wangui and Tabby Wangui. Brother to Maureen Wanjiru (UK) and Hajila Njenga (USA). Uncle to Owen Kimeria, (UK). He was a loving cousin and nephew to many.
GONE FROM OUR SIGHT, BUT NEVER FROM OUR HEARTS
Dear family & friends, may I first take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support & more importantly patience with the process.
Duncan’s postmortem was carried out on the 26th May 2022. The coroner has now issued an interim death certificate which now allows us to give him a send off and put him in a resting place.
Duncan’s burial will be held on the 9th of June 2022 at the: Parndon Wood Cemetry & Crematorium,
Parndon Wood Road,
The Chapel Service will be held in the Parndon Wood Cemetry & Crematorium grounds @ 1230hrs.
Followed by the burial @ the grounds.
We thank you for your continued prayers.
Further information will be communicated in due time.
The family needs your prayers and financial support. You can send your financial support through:
Maureen Wanjiru (Duncan’s sister)
A/c No. 91481482
Sort Code: 09-01-26
REFERENCE: DUNCAN (Kindly ensure the reference is added to your payment please)
We thank you for standing with the family spiritually/prayers, emotionally, and financially.
Isaiah 57:2 Those who live good lives find peace and rest in death.
For more information please contact Maureen on 07886024022 or Sally on 07728870521.
The late Eva Kanja Of Smyrna, Geargia
It is with heavy hearts and acceptance of God’s will that we announce the sudden passing on of Eva Kanja on Thursday May 12th in Marietta, GA. She was the beloved daughter of Major Kanja of Smyrna District and Peninah Njihia. She was sister to Lyn Kanja.
Kindly uplift this family in prayers. Prayers will be held today Friday 5/13 and tomorrow Saturday 5/14 at KACC Sanctuary upstairs from 7PM.
For Financial support please channel it though:
Cashapp $FrancisWKanja 678-933-2855
For more information please contact:
Major Francis Kanja – 678-933-2855
Elder Catherine Njogu – 678-651-4282
Elder Philip Gitura – 404-207-3434
DC Janet Njuguna – 404-663-5170.
Sheila Waithira Muthee
Dear family and friends, it is with great sadness that we inform you of the sudden demise of Sheila Waithera Muthee, daughter of Ben Muthee (Shaft) and Nancy Karanja (Mama Sheila) of Dagenham, London, UK. The late Sheila was wife to Peter Ero and mother of 3, sister to Benji, Tabby and Ariana. Sheila went to be with the Lord on Friday 8th April, 2022. We request your presence and support in prayers, emotional and financially at this very difficult time.
Zoom meetings details for tomorrow will follow.
For financial support please use:
P. Muchunu – Sort 111122 a/c 00097083
Mpesa: Patricia Muchunu +254710301898
For further information call:
Mwaura Mukabi 07469 870 518
Ben 07944 182 656
Peter 07735 753 157
Further updates to follow.
It is with deepest sorrow to inform you of the death of our beloved brother Mato aka Rafiq who is a father to 3 lovely children.
Mato set out to go to work on good Friday but unfortunately he was accidentally hit by a bus, he was airlifted to Royal London hospital in a critical condition which left him fighting for his life.
Unfortunately he was confirmed dead on the 19th April 2022.
Please keep mato’s family in your prayers in the days and weeks to come. For support use the account below :
For more information please contact +447946018987.
A Kenyan cyclist, 50, dies in hospital days after being hit by a North London bus
A cyclist has died in hospital five days after being hit by a bus in a midnight crash over Bank Holiday weekend. Emergency services rushed to the scene in Seven Sisters Road, N4, shortly before 12.30am on last Saturday (April 16).
Paramedics found a cyclist – who has now been name as 50-year-old Abrajah Rafiq – seriously injured on the busy main road, which runs along the border between the London Boroughs of Hackney, Haringey and Islington. Enquiries established that the man had been hit by a 476 bus, which was out of service and so was not carrying any passengers at the time.
He was rushed to hospital by paramedics, where he remained in critical condition over the past week. The Metropolitan Police confirmed today (Thursday, April 21) that he has died as a result of his injuries.
A spokesperson for the force told MyLondon : “Officers were called by London Ambulance Service to Seven Sisters Road, N4, on Saturday, April 16, shortly before 12.30am to reports of a collision involving a bus and a cyclist. Officers attended, and a 50-year-old male cyclist was found seriously injured. He was treated at the scene by paramedics before being taken to hospital, where he died in hospital on Thursday, April 21 as result of his injuries.
“He has been named as Abrajah Rafiq, from Stamford Hill (N16). His family has been informed. The investigation is being led by detectives at the Met’s serious collision investigation unit. Anyone with information is being asked to call 0208 246 9820.”
The driver of the bus, which is operated by Go Ahead London, did not sustain any injuries. The 476 route runs between Northumberland Park and King’s Cross Station via Seven Sisters, Stoke Newington and Angel.
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson confirmed: “We were called at 12.28am on Saturday April 16 to reports of a road traffic collision on Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park. We sent an incident response officer, an ambulance crew, a paramedic in a car, and London’s Air Ambulance by road.
“We treated a man at the scene, and took him to a major trauma centre. No arrests have been made in connection with the tragic incident.” Go Ahead London has been contacted for comment. – mylondon news
It is with heavy heart and humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the promotion to glory of our dear mum, *Mrs Priscilla Njambi Mbiyu* after a short illness. She passed on, on 13.04.22.
Beloved wife to the late Wilfred Mbiyu Koinange, and mum to *Ngethe wa Mbiyu*, among others.
She was also a much loved auntie and grandmother.
For further information please contact: –
Ngethe – 07951 941 969
Mama Mbiyu – 07946 152 791
May The Lord rest Priscilla’s soul in everlasting peace.
Prayers and meeting at Ngethe Wa Mbiyu’s home, 3 Batman Close, White City Estate London W12 7NU.
To support the family financially, please deposit in to the following account:-
Barclays Bank Ac No. 13383792
Please put your name as reference.
Thank you, and may the Almighty continue to bless you.