Another Kenyan Arthur Oduma Found Dead in Boston

Another Kenyan Arthur Oduma Found Dead in Boston
Even before Kenyans in Boston have yet to come together to raise funds to ship the body of a young woman who passed away last week in Lowell, another Kenyan young man was discovered dead in his own apartment in Cambridge MA.

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 .


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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — One woman died after a car crash in the University City area on Old Concord Road off University City Boulevard. Now police have charged two women.
Investigators said the driver of the car, June Wambui, ran off the road and into two trees just after 2:30 a.m. Saturday.
They believe Wambui was impaired at the time of the accident and charged her with DWI. Police have also taken out warrants against Wambui for second-degree murder.
Anne Kituku was riding in the rear passenger seat. She later died at Carolinas Medical Center.
A third person riding in the vehicle, Sylvia Wagi, was charged with aiding and abetting a DWI. Police said Wagi owned the vehicle and was sitting in the front passenger seat.
Police believe Wambui was speeding on Old Concord road when the vehicle lost control and hit the trees.
Wambui was taken to the hospital in serious condition but is expected to be OK.
Authorities are still investigating.


Tragic Loss In Our Community
As many of us know by now, our community was dealt a severe blow on Saturday January 17th when an auto accident claimed the life of one of our own, Anne Nthambi Kituku. This is a loss not just to the Kituku family but also to our entire community.
In the midst of the sadness and the tears, our community is once again called upon to rally around this inflicted family and shower them with our love and support. Our strength as a community is once again being called upon in the face of this grave tragedy. Our cohesion as a community and our brotherhood and sisterhood will be tested. But for those of us who have been around and have witnessed similar challenges in the past, the outcome is not in doubt. We will come together and meet this challenge to the fullest.
The challenge is not small. This family needs our prayers to keep them strong as they deal with the loss. Just as importantly, we must show them our financial generosity as they struggle to transport Anneʼs remains to its final resting place in Kenya . The need is huge. The estimated cost will be $12,000.00. But the generosity and kindness of our community is even bigger. We are very confident that this need will be met!
To that end, we invite you to join us in our nightly prayer and fundraising meetings which we are holding at the residence of Matthew and Nancy Kituku.
Their address is


In addition, viewing and paying last respects will be this Saturday Jan 24th 2009 at Back Creek Presbyterian Church located at 1821 Back Creek Church Rd, Charlotte NC 28213 at 2:30pm-3.00Pm and church service to follow immediately .
For more information, contact;
Benson Metho (980)622-3183
Edward Muiruri (704)724-5928
Moses Wanyoike (704)906-9280
Robert Kamau (704)609-9765
Thank You and God Bless You All
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