An elderly Kenyan lady who passed away recently at an old people’s nursing home will be buried in Sweden. According to information gathered by KSB, the late woman (Name on file) hails from Gem in Siaya District, Nyanza province.
Information reaching KSB indicate that the burial will take place on May 26th at Rissne and the service will be held at Rissne Church from 13.00 hrs. Friends, well-wishers and sympathizers are welcome to the service.
A source told KSB that the woman suffered a stroke some time back after which she was admitted to hospital. She then recovered from the attack, prompting hospital authorities to discharge her. At the time she left hospital, she had began to walk once again and her condition began to get better.
Unfortunately, she slipped a week after leaving hospital and fell down. According to reports received by KSB, the accident was serious because she broke her thigh bone. She was rushed to hospital and treated but because of her advanced age, she had difficulties with the healing process in the sense that her bones could not fuse.
As time progressed, the woman was discharged from hospital to recover at home but because she had basically become disabled following her injury, Swedish authorities decided to transfer her to an old people’s nursing home so that she could receive special care and attention.
It is at the home where her condition deteriorated before she passed away. KSB sends condolences to the family of the bereaved especially her daughter who resides in Sweden.
A Prayer meeting of the Wamaitha family that was scheduled for tomorrow at Vällingby from 17.00 hrs has been postponed. The Prayers were to be held for the late father of Ema and Ciru who passed away in Kenya. Both girls reside in Sweden.
In a tacit message, Pastor Samson said that the Prayers have been postponed “until further notice”. Regardless of the postponement, Pastor Samson said that both Ema and Ciru will still travel to Kenya to bury their father. Their travel arrangements have been finalized. Any inconveniences that might have been caused by the postponement are highly regretted.