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Majanja’s family appeals for help as fundraiser planned this Saturday in Atlanta to help fly body home




Family and friends of the late Timothy Majanja invite you to a fundraiser this Saturday in Atlanta, GA., as they seek money to send his remains back home in Kakamega for burial. Mr. Majanja was found unresponsive early last week in an Atlanta neighborhood, put on an ambulance and transported to the nearby Grady Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead 2 days later. The body is currently at West Cobb Funeral Home.

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Below is message from Mr Majanja’s niece, Catherine Ogembo who lives in Minnesota and who has assumed the responsibility of managing the funeral arrangements:

My Uncle, Majanja, came to Canada in the late 60s. After the mid 80s, all our family members back in Kenya lost contact with him. None of us knew where he was or how to locate him until a year ago. We found out that he had been homeless here in the U.S. I stayed in contact with him until March 2018 when he disappeared again. I was then contacted by our local police here in New Hope, Minnesota, on April 30th that I needed to contact a hospital in Atlanta.

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Turns out, Majanja was found unconscious on the roadside and then transported to hospital for treatment. He had high blood pressure and was not taking his medication nor going for treatment for a previous ailment.  He passed away on May 1st after being on a ventilation machine.
While we were in contact, I tried to have my uncle return to Kenya to be with his family. Now that he has passed, I am seeking funds to finally get him home with his family where he will rest. Any amount of donation will be greatly appreciated.

Kindest regards,
Catherine Ogembo


Click here go to the GOFUNDME account


Date/Time of Fundraiser: May 12th 2018 from 4pm to 8pm

Venue: Believers Celebration Center (BCC)

Address: 1492 Roswell Rd. Marietta, Ga.30062


For more info or to send in your contribution, kindly Contact:

Allan Rubia  404-769-8793  (Has Cash App)

Steven Salania 404-993-0677 (Has Cash App)

Judy Magwana 770-316-8830

Arthur Andega 678-663-1796

Allan Onyango 678-619-6079

Rose Mulunda 404-647-9980


Thank you in advance for standing with this family

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