Sarah Wenstrap’s Mom Passes on in Kenya: “Open House”; Prayer Meeting

hannaOnce again, death has struck in Kenya-Stockholm and this time, it is the house of  Sarah Wenstrap (Karanja) which is in deep mourning following the passing of Sarah’s mother, Hannah Wanjiru, in Kenya.

The death was least unexpected because Sarah’s mom was not critically ill. She fell down accidentally and after being rushed to hospital, she had to undergo an emergency operation. She never woke up and now, the family is faced with a funeral. Very sad indeed.

Sarah is planning to travel to Kenya on Sunday, 15th January together with her son James Karanja to attend the funeral. Consequently, an “Open House” has been set up at Sarah’s residence at Björksundsslingen 34 in Bandhagen every evening. Mourners are kindly requested to call Sarah ahead of visiting.

A major Prayer meeting will take place at Sarah’s residence on Saturday, 14th January where relatives, friends, sympathizers and well-wishers will show solidarity with the bereaved family and condole with them during this sad moment marked with shock and sorrow.

Losing a mom is an extremely painful experience. At KSB, we take this opportunity to send our condolences to the entire family following the sudden loss of a loved member. God giveth and God taketh away. We hope that God will give the family the strength and courage to go through this very difficult moment.

Sara’s mom has departed but her spirit lives in each and every son, daughter grandchild and future generations. For further information and messages of condolence, ring 0736258579 or Karanja at 0723223017. May the soul of the departed mom, Hannah Wanjiru, Rest in Eternal Peace.

Okoth Osewe

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