Kenyan Young Stephen Gichiriri Man Passes Away In London

Kenyan Young Stephen Gichiriri Man Passes Away In London
Kenyan Young Stephen Gichiriri Man Passes Away In London

Death has occurred of the late Stephen Gichiriri 25, in Upton Park London. The late Stephen Gichiriri  passed away on the Thursday 14th August, 2014 from   sudden death.

He was residing with his mum Caroline Njeri in Upton Park, East London and he was found dead at home while the mother was on holiday in Kenya.

He is a brother to Zubeda Tara Mary of East London. He is the grandson of Benditia Wanjiru Gichiriri of Nanyuki Kenya. Family and friends will be meeting every Saturday afternoon at his mum’s residence at 38 Welbeck Road E6 3EU.Take bus 104 towards Eastham.

We ask friends and well wishers who may wish to contribute can do so through the following account: Barclays bank, Yasmin Mohamed Abdul Karim , Sort code.206788 and Account no. 23933253.

We wish to take the late Stephen’s remains to Kenya for burial and we would like to appeal to Kenyan community in the UK for assistance. For more information please contact Ibrahim Bille on 07903976049 or Caroline Njeri on 07985667647.

 

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Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14. Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed …
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Kenyan Young Stephen Gichiriri Man Passes Away In London

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