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MWINGI teacher, sons to be buried in one grave

The late teacher Teresia’s family will be laid to rest in one grave with three compartments for each of the deceased.

 The late St Augustine Mwingi School teacher Teresia Mumbe Mulyungi and her sons Michael Mumo and Peter Mutai will be laid to rest today in Mikwa village, Mwingi North. 

The trio perished on September 25 when a matatu christened Kinatwa Prestige they were traveling in collided head on with a lorry along Nairobi-Mombasa highway. Teresia Mumbe Mulyungi and her two sons Michael Mumo and Peter Mutai were among the five victims who died in the Sunday afternoon crash.

The function will take place in Mikwa village which is about 5km from Kyuso town. Mikwa is located on your way to Kimangao.

Confirming the incident, Kibwezi South Police Commander George Kisimiri said the crash occurred at a spot located between Voi town and Mtito Andei.

When MWINGI TIMES visited St Augustine Mwingi School, where Teresia worked, her colleagues eulogized her as friendly and social person.  She taught CRE and Kiswahili.

“It is sad for us to have lost the young teacher and her equally young children.

She was an absolutely social and friendly person who freely interacted with other people.

She was very hardworking and result-oriented”, said Mr Ernest Muthui, the senior teacher.

Teacher Teresia Mumbe Mulyungi was aged 37. Her eldest son Michael Mumo was four years old while the last-born Peter Mutai was exactly one year old when he died on the road crash.


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