It is with great sadness that the Human Resource department announces the passing on of our brother and colleague Mr. Daniel Kyule Ndeto. Mr. Ndeto was a staff member in the University Services Department in charge of maintenance in ARC.
The late Ndeto was involved in a road accident along Mombasa Road on 24th May 2018. He was immediately rushed to Shalom Hospital in Athi River for First Aid before being transferred to Mater Hospital where he was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
He was laid to rest on Saturday June 9, 2018 at his home in Kikima in Mbooni in Makueni County.
The Chaplaincy also announces the Death and Burial of two MA students: SAMUEL KIMANI KIRANGA – MA Communications; and GIRMA ENDALEW OLI – MA Christian Ministries. Both students were in the process of completing their theses for graduation.
Joan Wariuki Ngugi a Fourth year Student in the School of Communication lost her Mother, Mrs. Grace Nyawira Gitau on May 28, 2018. Family members, friends and well wishers are meeting at Joan’s home in Jericho Nairobi and Southern Springs hotel in Kariobangi Nairobi for funeral arrangement.
The burial took place on June 5, 2018 in Gaichanjiru Village, Maragwa District in Murang’a County. Joan can be reached through her number: 0723 391 228
Mr. Mathews Mudi Busiega, a driver in the Finance Department has lost his father in law. Mr. Shem Yabatsa Ongaya passed on, May 29, 2018 after a short illness.
The burial will take place on June 9, 2018 in Burendwa Village in Kakamenga County. The body will be picked from Kakamega referral Hospital on June 7,2018.
Maxwel Biwot, an MA Communication student lost his father on Tuesday June 5, 2018 . Maxwell can be reached on 0725034175 for support and prayer.
The Daystar US Office announces the passing of Rev. Roger Anderson. A good friend of Daystar, Roger was someone who had a love for people everywhere. His life was one of service for the Lord and for others. His dedication to Daystar’s mission in Africa was evident through his support through the church, personal giving and raising funds through friends, family, churches and just about anyone else who would listen. In 1988 Roger and his wife Dottie stepped in as fundraisers for Daystar in the U.S., which was after his retirement from Christ Presbyterian Church. In his condolences to the family, the Executive Director of Daystar US, Mr. Alan Cooke wrote: “I first met Roger back in 1996, when he was 70 years old. His endless energy and enthusiasm, combined with his prayerfulness, was such a blessing to all who have worked in the Daystar U.S. Office. He was fearless in sharing the mission and requesting support. Dozens of students have had the opportunity for education at Daystar through Roger and Dottie’s ministry—they have an amazing legacy in Africa. He would always end a meeting with a prayer and as he was walking out he would always say to me, ‘God bless you, buddy!’ We will miss you Roger, though I am sure heaven has become much more lively with your arrival. Our love and prayers are with his wife Dottie and the family.”
Let us reach out to the bereaved families and we keep them in prayer