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DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT: Joshua Murage Gathara of Burlington, New Jersey

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It is with a heavy heart and sadness that we announce the death of Joshua Murage Gathara formerly of Burlington, New Jersey which happened in Milton, Georgia on March 3rd, 2018.

He was the son of the late James Gathara and the late Elizabeth Mumbi Gathara, brother to Mary Wairimu Mbatia, Samuel Karoki Gathara, Thumbi Gathara, Joseph Muhindi Gathara, John Muriuki Gathara, Peter Muruga Gathara and Daniel Munyua Gathara.

He was the brother-in-law to the late Daniel Mbatia Warobi, Wanjiku Karoki, Nyambura Thumbi, Ruguru Muhindi,

The late Joshua Murage Gatahra.

Wamuyu Muriuki, Wamuyu Muruga and Gathigia Munyua. He was an uncle and grandfather to many. The family would wish to transport the body to Kenya for burial.
Your prayers and financial support is greatly appreciated.

Memorial Service and Fundraising will be after service this coming Sunday at KACC, 771 Elberta Drive, Marietta GA 30066. Viewing and Wake will follow at West Cobb Funeral Home
Your prayers and financial support is greatly appreciated.

You may make a contribution to support the family by clicking on this GOFUNDME  link

For more information please contact:
Gathara Thumbi
678-697-6556
John Muriuki Gathara
336-695-2560
Nyambura Thumbi
678-559-5276
Esther Wamuyu Muriuki
336-413-6477
Peter Njoroge 404-319-9704
Jane Wakini Njoroge 470-286-3260

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The preacher has made a name for himself on social media for critiquing the government. Migwi recently called on president Uhuru Kenyatta to desist from taking Chinese loans.

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