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Kenyan Woman Edith Nyasuu hit and killed by a Semi Truck in US

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A Kenyan woman Edith Nyasuguta Mochama popularly known as Nyasuu was hit by a truck tractor-semitrailer and then trapped under the trailer on  Dallas North Tollway near Arapaho Road.

Edith  was rescued from under the trailer and transported to a local medical facility but later died. Here below is a message from her friends who are trying to mobilize for support to repatriate her body.

Greetings. We hope this message finds you well. It is with utmost regret, shock & sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of EDITH NYASUGATA MOCHAMA popularly know as “ “ “NYASUU”that occurred on 07/09/2020 in Dallas Texas.

According to DPS, EDITH was hit by a truck and then trapped under the trailer, police are still investigating. After consulting with family in Kenya. The consensus is , the remains of EDITH to be taken home FOR FINAL INTERMENT where most of her family is.

The late Edith Nyasuu

We the DFW COMMUNITY seek prayers & financial help to offset the obvious expenses that come with such an ordeal. MORE DETAILS WILL BE IN OUR LOCAL WHATSAPP GROUPS IN DFW. Thank you everybody for your sacrifice on behalf of the family.

Thanks for responding to the call for assistance ALREADY THOSE who had already GIVING CONTINUE AS WE GET MORE DIRECTION IN A FEW HOURS. God bless you all. United we stand.

If you would like to offer any financial assistance towards her send-off, you may do so via zelle at James Bett 469-422-5123 or via cash app $jamo1 or You can send contributions to;
zelle 2149161981
cashapp 4695835674

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Michelle Obama battling ‘low-grade depression’

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Former First Lady Michelle Obama said she is suffering from “low-grade depression” from coronavirus quarantine, racial strife in the United States and the “hypocrisy” of the Trump administration.

Obama made the remarks in the latest episode of “The Michelle Obama Podcast” released on Spotify on Wednesday.

“I’m waking up in the middle of the night because I’m worrying about something or there’s a heaviness,” the 56-year-old former First Lady said.

“I try to make sure I get a workout in, although there have been periods throughout this quarantine, where I just have felt too low,” she said.

Obama said she has been going through “those emotional highs and lows that I think everybody feels, where you just don’t feel yourself.”

“These are not, they are not fulfilling times, spiritually,” she said. “I know that I am dealing with some form of low-grade depression.

“Not just because of the quarantine, but because of the racial strife, and just seeing this administration, watching the hypocrisy of it, day in and day out, is dispiriting.”

Michelle Obama and Barack Obama, America’s first black president, took up residence in Washington after he left the White House in January 2017.

She also said it is “exhausting” to be “waking up to yet another story of a black man or a black person somehow being dehumanized, or hurt, or killed, or falsely accused of something.”

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“And it has led to a weight that I haven’t felt in my life, in a while,” she said.

Obama said it was important to remember that “we’ve been through tough times in this nation” before.

“We are in a unique moment in history,” she said. “We are living through something that no one in our lifetimes has lived through.”

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Kenyan woman Charity Gathoni Kihato passes away in US, family appeals for support

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Friends and family are saddened to announce the promotion to glory of Charity Gathoni Kihato on August 1, 2020 at Gilchrest Hospice in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, after a long illness.

Charity was the mother to Susan Wanjiku of Kenya. She was a woman of faith and participated in fellowship with other believers.

Charity does not have any family members in Maryland and was living with a friend who supported her until her demise.

The budget for the burial is $11,000.

The Baltimore community is appealing for funds to afford Charity a decent burial.

Please send your contribution through Cashapp or Zelle to:
Pauline Wangui: 443-722-5772 – $Pwangui1
Moses Gichuhi: 443-653-5650 – $RichMoh

For info contact:
Pst Mugweh: 410-236-5401
Pst Beth Lewis: 443-608-0155
Pst Kiguru: 443-564-9930
Pauline Wangui :443-722-5772
Moses Gichuhi: 443-653-5650
Karanja Mwaura: 410-409-9340
Julie Weche: 410-303-3335
Racheal Liyayi: 443-579-3226

Matthew 25:40 “ The King will reply, Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the lease of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did it for me.”

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Kenyan nurse in US among six arrested in connection to inmate’s death

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Six people, among them a Kenyan nurse, have been arrested and are being indicted on charges of manslaughter, criminal negligent homicide and tampering with government records in connection to an inmate’s death at the Midland County Jail.

Lilian Okeri, 27, and five other nurses have been charged in the death of Savion Hall, who died in July, 2019, at a hospital in Texas.

Okeri was an LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse) at the time of the inmate’s death, but has since become a Registered Nurse (RN).

Others charged alongside Okeri, are Adeola Adesomi, 41, Flor Estrada, 30, Timothy Forbush, 28, Kelly Robins, 52, and Esther Ihediwa, 45.

The six, according to court documents, are being accused of failing to maintain proper and adequate records for the victim to get proper medical care.

The second charge according to CBS 7, states that, by failing to keep medical records, Hall did not receive the “proper medical care.”

MEDICAL RECORDS

The six individuals, are also accused of making false entries on Hall’s medical records.

According to court documents, Texas Rangers were called in to investigate the death of Hall who was in the custody of the detention center.

The investigation was then turned over to the Texas Rangers. After a lengthy investigation, the case was presented to the Midland County District Attorney’s Office.

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As a result of restrictions due to Covid-19, the State could not present the case to a Grand Jury until this summer.

By Nairobi News

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