Kashito’s Parents in Stockholm.
The parents of the late David Aquinas Nganga, better known as Kashitoshito, arrived safely in Stockholm yesterday, Monday 17th Nov, to receive the body of their son for the journey home. Mr Richard Nganga Chege and his wife Mrs Margareta Chege were accompanied by one of their sons, the younger brother to Kashito Mr Charles Saa Nganga and are expect to be in Stockholm until next Monday.
The body of the late Kashito lies at the Karolinska hospital mortuary (skylt 20 Bårhus) in Solna where those who wish will be allowed to view and pay their last respect. The viewing of the body will be tomorrow, Wednesday the 19th Nov at 1100hrs, (11am) and those who will be coming are kindly requested to be on time. The deceased will then be transported home for burial on Thursday 20th Nov and will be received by Lee Funeral Services for caretaking until funeral day.
There will be a memorial service at the Bagarmossen Church on Sunday 23rd at 1400 and people can interact and meet with Kashito’s parents and brother.
Due to a positive turn of invents, the fore planned fundraising has been cancelled. So far Kenyans, friends and Kashito’s colleagues in Stockholm had raised a solid 27thou sek in a show of solidarity with the Nganga family but further fundraising will not be necessary since all costs will be met. The fundraising was scheduled for the 28th of this month. Those who wish to can ‘escort’ the parents at the Bagarmossen church on Sunday.
Through the chairperson of the Kashito Fundraising Committee Mr Githuku wa Muirani, Kashito’s family, the Kinuthia family, and the Committee thanks all that stand with the Ngangas and the Kinuthias through this difficulty time. It was an encouraging show of love and togetherness, may God bless you all.
May the good lord preserve the soul of our brother Kashito in eternal peace, Amen.
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