According to Bishop Joshua Wambua of Rapture Harvest Mission International, Mr. Arthur Oduma, was found dead by the Cambridge police on Monday, March 9, 2009 with his body badly decomposed.
Bishop Wambua was informed about the sad development by Mr. James Njuguna, of the Oasis of Love Fellowship, where Mr. Oduma had attended a Christian fellowship prayer recently.
Mr. Oduma is reportedly to have told the fellowship meeting that he was a Luhya from the Teso District in Western Kenya near the Kenyan Uganda border, and that he has been living in Indiana where he attended Notre Dame University before moving to Boston recently.
“We need to pray so God visits Kenyans here in Boston and halt the frequent deaths”, said Bishop Wambua. “Nobody seems to know this person around here and the body is with the medical examiner. We ask Kenyans to come together and save the situation”, he added
Bishop Wambua and Mr. Njuguna are preparing to visit the Cambridge Police Department today and hope to obtain the dead Kenyan’s cell phone hoping to access a number to call in Kenya and find out the next of kin .
VP Kalonzo Musyoka (left) and Justice Minister Martha Karua dance to a Kayamba Africa tune at the launch of the National Legal Aid Awareness at KICC, on Thursday. Photo: Moses Omusula/Standard