Anastasia Mbele Waita (Mama Nduku)

Anastasia Mbele Waita (Mama Nduku)

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Announcement:

It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the promotion to glory of Anastasia Mbele Waita (Mama Nduku), while undergoing treatment at the Mediheal Hospital in Nairobi on 11th August 2021.
Beloved wife to Joseph Waita Mbuvi of Kithimani, Yatta. Daughter to the late Makau Muinde and Lucia Mbeleete of Kyangela Village, Makueni. Daughter-in-law to the late Mbuvi Muisu and the late Anna Mukiki of Mtito Andei.
Loving mother to Damaris Nduku; Peter and Lucy Mbuvi; Daniel and Liz Makau and John and Nancy Musau. Doting grandmother to Nelly, Teena, Allan, Mercy, Tyler, Palin, Bradon and Niccia.
Sister to the late Hannah Mutheu, Monica Kanyiva, Benticta Ndeta, the late Angelina Ndunge and Onesmus Muli. Sister-in-law to Pius Ndwiko, Kasiva Mbuvi, the late Francis Kasyima, the late Onesmus Mwilu and Magdalene Mumbua. Aunty to Ben, Stella, Dan, Musyoka, Mwende, among others.
Family and friends are meeting daily at her home in Kondo Village, Kithimani, Yatta.
She will be laid to rest on Friday 20th August 2021. The cortège leaves the Montezuma Funeral Home in Nairobi at 8.00am; and thereafter the requiem mass celebrating her life will be held at her home at 12.00pm.
 “I have fought the good fight, I have finished
the race, I have kept the faith.” ~ 2nd Timothy 4:7

Appreciation
We, the family of Stephen Kimani Karuu (Kiriiyu Merchants), are eternally thankful to the almighty God for the time we shared with our beloved.
We are immensely grateful to our dear family an d friends who shared in the celebration of Kiriiyu.
You stood with us, cared for us, prayed for us and gave your resources during his illness and demise, we truly appreciate the support.
Our deepest gratitude goes to St. Patrick catholic church Kiambaa fraternity, St. Martin small Christian community, Fr. Emmanuel, Fr. Polycap, fr. Wachege, medical teams at the MP SHAH and RFH Medicare and the KUTRR Funeral Home.
Special; thanks to the steering committee led by Michael Njoroge and John Njoroge.
While we would like to thank everyone individually, please accept these words as an expression of our heartfelt gratitude. May God bless you all.
Mathew 5:9 ~ ‘Blessed are the peacemakers,
for they will be called children of God.’