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Laleni Salama: Photos of politicians kids who have died in the past years

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Losing a child is never easy, but for some politicians, the death of their kids in accidents, murder and suicide is something they never planned on.

Below are politicians who have lost kids in the past years.

  1. Dalmas Otieno

Isaiah Otieno, 23, was killed on May 13 2008 when the Bell 206 helicopter chartered by BC Hydro crashed on a residential street in Cranbrook, landing on top of him as he walked to the post office to mail letters to family and friends.

Dalmas Otieno
Dalmas Otieno
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Iasiah Otieno late son to Dalmas Otieno

2. Njeru Githae

Robinson Njeru Githae’s son, 23-year-old Brian Karanga Njeru, a computer science student at the University Of Nairobi, was found dead in 2012 at his father’s home in Runda estate, Nairobi.

It was alleged he committed suicide.

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Brian Karanga the late son to Njeru Githae
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Njeru Githae

3. James Ratemo

Three children of former Eldoret MCA aspirant James Ratemo Nyambane were found murdered and their bodies dumped in River Nzoia five days after they went missing.

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Clifford (seven), Glen (three) and Taya (five) were reported missing as they did not return home after leaving for Eldovil SDA Church.

He termed the killings as evil and the work of the devil.

Ratemo's kids who were found murdered.

4. Stephen Ondiek’s three children.
Three children of former assistant minister Archbishop Stephen Ondiek died in a grisly road accident.

They were returning to Nairobi after helping their father win a nomination for the Ugenya parliamentary seat in November 2002.

Ondiek’s daughter died on the spot. His two sons were flown to Nairobi Hospital where they died immediately after being admitted into the ICU.

5. Julius Sunkuli

Former internal security minister Julius Sunkuli’s son was killed after he was hit by a blunt object on the head.

Julius Sunkuli's son
Julius Sunkuli’s son

The late Salaton died mysteriously and his body found at the mortuary his body on May 19, 2018, more than 10 days when police transferred the body to the morgue.

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Julius Sunkuli

6. Raila Odinga

Raila Odinga who is known by many as ‘Baba’ lost his son Fidel Odinga in 2015.

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7. John Nyangarama

Nyamira Governor John Nyagarama’s son Ndemo Nyangarama passed on after a two month battle with Acute Meningitis at the Nairobi Hospital.

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John Nyangarama
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Embakasi West MP George Theuri in mourning

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Embakasi West Member of Parliament George Theuri is mourning the death of his father Mzee Theuri.

Mzee Theuri passed on Monday morning.

The MP took to his social media accounts to mourn the death of his father.

“My family mourn, I can’t believe Dad you are gone; RIP Dad I celebrate you, my hero. I may try to look strong on the outside, but I am so broken,” Theuri wrote on Facebook.

His followers took the opportunity to send in their messages of condolences to the legislator.

“God gives and he takes. May he rest well,” Hon Simon Mbugua posted.

“May God comfort you and your family and may he RIP. I am sure the way you treated him per your other posts on here made his last days on earth really bright,” Grace Preety Wa Wachira commented.

“Pole sana Mheshimiwa, may God give you the strength you need at this difficult moment,” Catherine Mukunyi wrote.

“Sincere condolences bwana mheshimiwa may his soul rest in peace. It is well,” Ednah Kamau said.

“My sincere condolences to you and your family may God comfort you,” commented Berniece Mugoh.

“So sorry for the loss. May God give you and the entire family strength, peace, and grace that surpasses human understanding during this difficult time,” posted Eunice Wanjiru.

“My condolences to you and your family. May the Lord comfort you as only he can. May he rest in peace,” Salome Thuo mentioned.

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More arrests loom over Syombua, children’s killings

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More arrests are expected following the killing of the estranged wife of a soldier and her two children as homicide detectives and forensic experts from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation headquarters pitched camp on Sunday at the Laikipia Airbase in Nanyuki.

Following discovery of the bodies at a public cemetery on Saturday evening, detectives are now pursuing leads that the main suspect, Major Peter Mwaura, had accomplices in the killings.

After searching his house for several hours on Saturday, police now believe the murders were committed inside the army barracks. And now, detectives are trying to piece together how the soldier managed to sneak the three bodies out of the military facility undetected.

Sources within the police department revealed that preliminary findings have placed the possible murder scene inside the Laikipia Airbase leading investigators to suspect Major Mwaura had help from inside.

“It looks like he did it from inside the barracks definitely. Maybe he was helped by someone from within,” an officer who requested anonymity due to the sensitivity of the case told the Nation.

Already, the Nation has learned that police have placed in custody and questioned two more people believed to have been involved in the murder and cover up.

A taxi operator who is yet to be identified is said to have told police in his statement that Major Mwaura sent him to purchase three gunny bags around the time the family disappeared. On Saturday, the three bodies found at Thingithu were stuffed in gunny bags.

At the same time, police reports also suggest that a casual worker at the military base identified as Collins Pamba has also been placed in custody in connection with the killings.

Mr Pamba is said to have helped the army man bury the bodies at the public cemetery where the government disposes unclaimed bodies.

Joyce Syombua, 31, and her two children, Shanice Maua, 10 and five-year-old Prince Michael, were reported missing on October 27 after spending two days at Major Mwaura’s home.

Ms Joyce Syombua (left) and her children Shanice Maua and Prince Michael, who have been missing since October 26. Her estranged husband on November 16, 2019 led police to three bodies dumped in a shallow grave at a cemetery in Nanyuki. PHOTO | POOL | NATION MEDIA GROUP

They had arrived at the Laikipia Airbase Barracks on October 25 where they were staying with the army man.

While police are trying to piece up the timeline of the murders, it has been reported that the suspect left the house with the children a day after they arrived at the base.

Syombua had apparently gone to fresh up, but afterwards found out that Major Mwaura had taken the children for a walk within the military base.

When he returned, the military officer reportedly claimed he had left the two children with a friend as he wanted to have a private conversation with his estranged wife.

But in his statement to detectives, Major Mwaura did not give finer details of what transpired on that morning.

As investigations into their disappearance took off, he told police that he took Syombua and their two children to Nanyuki bus terminus where they boarded a matatu under 4NTE Sacco.

The trio, however, never arrived at their home in Kayole, Nairobi, raising suspicion over their safety. A missing person report was initially made at the Soweto Police Station and the same relayed to Nanyuki Police Station, prompting investigations into the disappearance.

The discovery of her cellphone inside one of the matatus would later open a can of worms into what is turning out to be a brutal triple homicide and a well calculated cover up.

Major Mwaura is expected to be arraigned on Monday.

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‘Don’t mention my name in things you don’t know!’ Jacque Maribe blasts fan

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Former media personality Jacque Maribe will not take wrong assumptions about life lying down.

After Jalango posted a photo of himself with her ex-fiance, Joseph ‘Jowie’ Irungu wishing him all the best in his life.

Jalang'o and JowieThe comedian posted a picture of himself, Jowie, Joe Muchiri and Dan paps, with the caption:

“This was a good day….@jowie.jowi 😭😭 Keep holding!”

Jowie is currently in Kamiti Maximum Prison over the brutal and gruesome murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani.

Jalango’s fan named wambui_glory took to to the comments segment of the Instagram post and wrote,

“… not that he deserves justice.. He deserved a bail and he’s innocent till proven guilty, Monica deserves justice too but it was unfair kupea Maribe bail waache huyu.”

A very angry Jacque shot back to defend herself in the legal matter.

“@wambui_glory please don’t mention my name on things you know nothing about. Thanks.”

 

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