Former Taita Taveta Women Representative Joyce Wanjala Lay is mourning the sudden demise of her Nephew Amos Nyange.
I’m so heartbroken- Former Taita Taveta Women Rep Joyce Lay in Mourning
Gone too soon
Lay shared the sad news via her social media platforms encouraging her sister Margaret to stay strong during this difficult time of losing a loved one.
Ms Lay mentioned that just 8 months ago, her sister (Margaret) lost her husband and now death has taken way her son again.
“Rest in peace my nephew Amos Nyange brutal hands snatched your young life away. i’m devastated. This is so painful my nephew Amos..Why so soon? I’m so heartbroken, my sister Margaret, pole sana.. you just buried your husband 8 months ago and now your son is no more, brutal hands snatched his life away I’m in so much pain pls pray for me and for my sister Margaret. R.I.P son” reads Joyce Lay’s post.
Kenyans led by Nairobi Women Representative Esther Passaris joined the conversation sending in their condolences messages;
“My prayers are with you all. May our Lord and Saviour give you all, the strength you all need to accept of that which you cannot change with Grace and Faith that Our God will be Loving and Merciful to all our departed souls. I love you. Big Hug My Sister and Friend. ”
“Saying a prayer for him and his family .Pole sana for your loss a d may God give you all the strenght to get through this difficult period”
“God will carry u am really sad&sorry4you may God comfort u n ua sister”
“Poleni sana May God give you guys strength to overcome and healing to the family at large”
” Hon Joyce, My sincere condolence for your painful loss, may God comfort you”
“Pole sana. May God comfort you and give you strength. It is well!’
“Am so sorry Joyce sending love and prayer to ur sister n your family at this difficult time may God grant u peace beyond human understanding at this difficult time. May he Rest with the Angels “
“Makiwa kwako na kwa familia yenu yote hasa kwa Bi Margaret. Mungu awape faraja na amani. Mungu aipokee roho ya marehemu. It is well mami”
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