Kashito Case Updates.
A successful discussion that took place last Friday conceived a plan on how funds will be raised for the transportation and other expenses that will arise before the body of the late Kashito, can finally be laid to rest. This will be in collaboration with London where Kashito’s sister is based.
Aquinas David Nganga is the son of Richard Nganga and Margaret N. Chege of Ngando Village, Racecourse, and Nairobi. Brother to ANN NGANGA of Newcastle upon Tyne, Mathew Chege (Kenya), Jacob Ndwaru (Kenya), Charles Saa (Kenya).
It is understood that there is no financial pressure at the moment while investigations to determine the cause of death are still underway but when these are over, in about three weeks time, then the bills will start coming in. It is then that the body will be released for burial. At the discussion-open house, rough bill estimation was made of about sixty thousand Swedish crowns as expected to come up.
The well attended meeting took place at the home of Mr Kinuthia’s family in Vällingby. Also at the meeting special prayers were conducted for the departed and his family. A short life story of Kashito was told by Mrs Kinuthia, the grandmother to Kashito’s niece.
It was concluded that a fundraising drive must be held to cater for the huge bill. This will also act as a life celebration party and will be held on Friday the 28th of November at a ‘lokal’ in Flemingsberg Terapivägen 12A. Kick off time is 1600hrs and on all night long.
For those willing to make a donation and might not make it to the fundraising event, an account number is available for deposition. The account is 8327-9 993 590 272-7, Swedbank and the account holder’s name is Anne-Serah Kinuthia.
For those in London or elsewhere willing to donate can do so through Halifax Bank, Account name: Ann Nganga, Sort 110876, and Account no. 01251077.
For further information call 0730228649, 0739266677 or 0736779031.
Njoro, on behalf of the Kashito Fundraising Committee.
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