Prayer Meeting for Late Solomon on Saturday, 22nd March in Jodbro
Prayer Meeting for the late Solomon Maingi Mwambua, a Kenyan who died in Stockholm about two weeks ago, will be held on Saturday, March 22nd 2014 at his residence in Jodbro. The body of the late Solomon was discovered by police under circumstances that suggested that he may have taken his life.
Speaking to KSB on behalf of the family, Serah Nielsen, a close family friend, said that the Prayers will begin at 18.00 hrs at the residence located at Sandstensvägen 13 in Jodbro. Kenyans, friends, well-wishers and sympathizers have all been invited to condole with the bereaved family which is currently undergoing great difficulty following the demise of a loved and trusted member.
Since news about Solomon’s death swept across Stockholm, his widow, Ruth Solomon, has been receiving visitors at the residence. Solomon left behind three young teen agers (eldest aged 16) and mourners have been encouraging them to have strength and courage to go through this very difficult moment marked by great sorrow.
So far, the family is still in shock and the burial place of Solomon has not been decided. According to Serah Nielsen, the current family spokesperson, it is expected that after the Prayer meeting, the Solomon family in Kenya and Sweden shall have consulted enough to decide on Solomon’s final resting place after which mourners will be updated.
Well-wishers and sympathizers alike wishing to get in touch with Solomon’s family directly for purposes of condoling with them at their hour of need can reach Solomon’s widow at 0728349639. It is God who giveth life and God who taketh away life. May Solomon’s soul rest in eternal peace.