A Kenyan High school boy Paris Solomon Tali Essoumba dies in Maryland

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A Kenyan High school boy Paris Solomon Tali Essoumba dies in Maryland
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A Kenyan High school boy Paris Solomon Tali Essoumba dies in Maryland

 

FUNDRAISING RESCHEGULED FOR 2/20/2010

 

 

A Kenyan High school boy dies in Maryland
As some of you may know, Paris Solomon Tali Essoumba, a senior at Blair high school in Silver Spring Maryland died at his home on 1ST February 2010.He was 17 years old and was expected to graduate in June this year. Paris was the beloved son of Dorcas Munyelele Essoumba from Kenya. He was a passionate musician and football player. Paris’ funeral service was on Monday 2/8/2010 and we would like to thank those who braved the weather, especially the young people from Blair High School. However, many who wanted to come could not get out of their homes because of the snow.
Family and friends were scheduled to meet at Dorcas’ house on Sunday Feb 6, but due to the incremental weather, it was not possible. Therefore with the help and request from many supporters,
we are rescheduling the meeting to this coming
Saturday 2/20/2010.from 3:00PM.
The address is: 55 Kinsman View Cir, Silver Spring MD 20901 (Four Corners off Colesville Rd)
For more details, directions etc. please contact:
Mukami Mugo- (301) 758-4336 or email: [email protected]
Dorcas Essoumba-301 754 0616

 

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A Kenyan High school boy dies in Maryland
By Diasporamessenger.com
02/04/2010
A Kenyan, Paris Essoumba, a senior at Blair High School in Silver Spring Maryland was found dead at his home on 1ST February 2010.He was 17 years old and was expected to graduate in June this year. Paris was the son of Dorcas Munyelele Essoumba from Kenya and Parfait Essoumba from Cameroon . He was an honor student, a passionate musician, football player and an accomplished martial arts student .

This is the second young man to die in Maryland in a period of two weeks after the death of King Mungai whose body was repatriated to Kenya on Wednesday February 3rd. Due to the wave of deaths of young Kenyans in America, pastors have come together and have already called for a prayer and fasting on 7th February when all Kenyans are asked to participate wherever they are or go to a Kenyan church and pray for a healing of our people and our land.

Family and friends are meeting at Dorcas’ house daily at 55 Kinsman View Cr, Silver Spring MD 20901.

Weather permitting; there will be a fund raiser on Sunday 2/7/2010 from 12:00 noon at the same address.

Service will be Monday, February 8, 2010

Viewing: 10 AM – 12 Noon

Service: 12 Noon – 1:30 PM

Repast there after also at:

 

Unity of Washington DC Church

1225 R Street NW

Washington, DC 20009

For more details, please contact:

Mukami Mugo- (301) 758-4336

[email protected]

Dorcas Essoumba-301 754 0616

 

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