Nkaissery's wife reveals strange happenings in her home [VIDEO]

Hellen Nkaissery heart-moving tribute to husband

Hellen Nkaissery

While addressing staff members of the Interior Ministry her husband headed since 2014, Hellen Nkaissery recounted a peculiar event that happened in her Karen home on Tuesday.

She divulged that she was surprised when several strange young men streamed to her home wailing uncontrollably.

Ms Hellen noted that she did not know who the lads were and she was confused for a moment since she had never seen them before.

Upon inquiring she discovered that the young men were receiving support from her late husband.

"Yesterday I had young people come in here crying uncontrollably, whom I did not know who they are. I had never seen them. He had so many people he was taking care of. One was a Sudanese. I got confused for a moment because they were crying uncontrollably," she stated.

While acknowledging that Mr Nkaissery was helping numerous people she highlighted that: "He has always been a friend to the mighty and the lowly."

Hellen told the staff that the no-nonsense CS considered them a second family away from home.

"I have felt that I do not want to let you go without me speaking because I want to give you hope. The same way he was to you at work was the same he was the same to us as a family. You are the last family that he worked with and he cherished each opportunity he worked with you.

"He never tired, he always came feeling that there is a lot of fulfilment in his heart, that he is working with a team all over the country improving the lives of Kenyans. Now that he s not there I want to say thank you so much from the bottom of my heart," she said.

The widow eulogised Nkaissery as a man who served the country wholeheartedly stating that:"He left a record which we are so proud of as a family."

She finally thanked the Government for giving her husband an opportunity to serve the country adding that despite the loss the familly was standing strong.

"PS I want to tell you that you people you give my husband a wonderful opportunity to serve his country. I want you to be encouraged. We are strong. The children are okay. We are standing strong because that is what he would have wanted us to do," she said.

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