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DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT: Loise Mumbi Mukundi of Huntsville, Alabama

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We regret to inform you that Loise Mumbi Mukundi (whose picture appears above) has passed on.

She died on Friday morning in Huntsville, Alabama. Loise lived in Georgia for 5 years before relocating Alabama.

She was diagnosed with liver cancer a few months ago which she bravely borne until the early hours of Friday morning after a short hospital stay. Her family in Kenya has been in touch with the local community and has requested that Mumbi be sent home for their last respects and her internment.

We’re working with Royal Funeral home in Huntsville to facilitate the process to get her prepared and eventually shipped home. Currently the estimated fees (Funeral home, shipping and funeral) are totaling $15K .

We’re kindly requesting the local community to come together and try to honor Mumbi by fulfilling her family’s request. It is not an easy financial goal but we believe it is achievable with your help.

Donations can be sent to;
Wells Fargo
Ac # 1271612408
Routing # 062000080
Cash app Maureen 6147722060
Cash app tag $mumbifuneralfund

There will be a memorial service in Atlanta and in Huntsville. The dates for both of these events will be communicated shortly.

For details or any questions;
Njeri. 4044383923
Maureen. 6147722060
Jimmy. 4703010870
Maina. 2563378463
Tupac. 8179172451

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The family needs your prayers and emotional support.

Following her demise, there will be prayers this Sunday May 20th at 5 pm in Powdersprings, Georgia.

Address: 1852 Hannah Place, Powdersprings GA, 30127.

 

 

 

 

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Americans abroad must return to the US immediately, says Pompeo

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has told Americans abroad who still wish to return to the United States to do so “immediately,” saying commercial and government-chartered flights could soon cease amid the coronavirus outbreak.

“We don’t know how long commercial flights will … operate,” Mr Pompeo said Tuesday, adding it is not a sure thing that flights being chartered by the US government specifically for Americans to return home due to COVID-19 fears will be available in some countries.

The US top diplomat urged any Americans abroad who want to get back to US soil to contact the American embassy in the country where they currently are to begin making plans “immediately” to get a flight back to the States.

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Kenyan who Returned from Abroad Detained at Nairobi Hotel over Sh45,000 Quarantine Bill

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A Kenyan-born student who flew in from abroad  was on Friday detained at a high-end hotel in Nairobi for “failing to pay a Sh45,000 bill.”

However, the student -Mayombe Odubah -claims she was forcefully transferred to Pride Inn hotel by uniformed policemen following a government directive that everyone arriving in the country be isolated for two weeks.

The 20-year old law student at Middlesex University in Slic-en-slac, Mauritius told Nairobi News she informed the police, and hotel management that she could not afford to pay the Sh9,000 hotel day bill.

She also wrote a letter to the Ministry of Health explaining her financial position, a document that is in possession of Nairobi News.

“Most passengers refused to go to the hotel but police forced and threatened us,” she explained.

“I spoke to the management and informed them I didnt have the money. A Mr. Amusala told me to spend the night because I wasn’t allowed to sleep at the lobby at Sh7500 for the night and allow my matter be handled the following day. He has since stopped picking my calls. I have since been transferred to JKUAT, which is cheaper, but the hotel has refused to release me. My parents cannot afford this cost. I am worried.”

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Oudubah says she was tested for coronavirus in Dubai on her way back home and turned negative.

President Uhuru Kenyatta recently announced all visitors arriving in the country will be placed if forced isolation at their cost, in a move aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus pandemic.

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SAD: Kenyan man dies in a road accident in US

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It is with great sorrow and grief that we announce the passing of our son Eric Kyalla in a road accident on Sunday March 22, 2020 in Columbia, Maryland at the tender age of 27.

He is the son of Boniface Kyalla and Susan Waithera Kyalla of Columbia, Maryland. He is brother to Edwin Kyalla. Brother in law to Yudelle Shiro Kyalla. Uncle to Isabel Kyalla.

Nephew to Andrew Kanyote, Patricia Njenga, Catherine Njenga, Pastor Lilian Mwatha, Dorcas Njenga, and Ruth Itotia.

Grandson to Dorcas Kanyote and Hellen Njenga.

Cousin to many in Maryland and in Kenya.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions we will not have meetings. Burial will take place in Maryland. Details to follow.

For financial support please send CashApp to:
$SusanKyalla 4109007275 and $BonifaceKyalla 4435540614

For more information please contact:
Andrew Kanyote: 443-622-4226
Karanja Mwaura: 410-409-9340
Patricia Njenga: 410-925-5029
Julie Weche: 410-303-3335
Edwin Kyalla: 925-961-2413
Pastor Lilian: 443-759-1086
Joshua Nzueni: 240-593-3403

Romans 8:28
And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.

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