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GOODBYE my brother, friends mourn Tomah

 TSEIKURU Primary School alumni who spent most if not all their early years with the late Thomas Mwendwa Katike have remembered him as highly sociable person they will miss.

The late Thomas Mwendwa Katike. Photo/COURTESY

Tseikuru MCA Boniface Kilaa Kasina sent his condolences and prayers for repose of his soul. “My sincere condolences. We pray for the repose of his soul. Poleni sana”, he said.

Mwendwa’s cousin Paul Ngesa confirmed his demise saying that he had not only lost a cousin but a friend. He will be missed, he wrote.

While paying their glowing tributes, friends called him by names they fondly cherished such as Tomah, Rasta and Kamwengusya.

“RIP Tomah. May God heal the hearts of the family members. God knows better why this had to happen. May the peace of God that supersedes human understanding be with the family…Good bye my brother”, said Bulusi Juniour.

He was 31 years old.

Everyone who knew Mwendwa had something good to say about him. Some of his classmates who were not left behind in sending their condolences were Joseph Charloh, Paul Peter, Mary Muthui and many others.


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  1. a comrade and a brother indeed. we all she lack without him. rest in peace Kamwengusya.


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