Hulda and Alice in Mourning After Loss of Mama Norah Oballa: Open House Daily
Once again, death has unexpectedly struck another Kenya-Stockholm family. With great sadness and deep sorrow, the family of Hulda Adhiambo and Alice Odhiambo announces the passing of their loving mother, Mama Norah Oballa Odhigo, who transitioned on Thursday, 20th April 2017 in Kenya.
Following the sad news, the Hulda-Alice family has suddenly been plunged into mourning. Subsequently, an “Open House” has been set up at the residence of Alice Odhiambo located at Odensalavägen 52C in Märsta from 16.00 hours daily. Family members, friends, well-wishers and sympathisers are all invited to condole with the family during this tragic moment marked with grief, heartbreak and pain.
Emotionally, it is a gruelling moment when the bereaved family is in dire need of love, solace, consolation, emotional support and solidarity from all the kind souls who care. Needless to say, the loss of a mother is a traumatic and disturbing experience and leaves behind a huge vacuum which can never be filled.
At KSB, we send deep condolences to the bereaved family during this trying moment of affliction. We hope that the family will gather enough strength and courage to be able to go through this agonizing and excruciating moment following the abrupt departure of a loved and crucial member of the family.
A major Prayer meeting will be held for Mama Norah on Saturday, 29th April 2017 at a venue to be announced later. For those planning to show up at the Open House, take a train to Märsta station. From Märsta, take bus number 581 to Märdvägen and alight at Medvägen bus stop. In case you need direction, call for further help.
For more information, contact Hulda on 0765867652 or Alice 0730670517. For further updates, check KSB on a regular basis. For any financial solidarity with the family, channel funds through Swish number +46767037221 or Bank account number 8327-914093188-3 at Swedbank. Account holder: Alfred Olang.
Mama Norah, who was deeply religious, has fought a good fight, lived a good life and has now gone to be with her maker. Her departure is yet another calm reminder that as we make our big plans for the future, it is the Almighty God who guides our steps and who alone, knows the hour of our solemn departure. May Mama Norah’s soul Rest in Eternal Peace.
Poleni sana kwa familia and May you all find peace and comfort during this hard time.