James Mungai Mwaura (Juu)
We the family of James Mungai Mwaura (Juu) former employee of Nairobi City Council, wish to express our deepest appreciations for the prayers, messages of condolence, personal visits and acts of generosity we received following his demise on 13/04/2020.
We are mostly grateful for the invaluable support accorded by our relatives, in laws, neighbours, dad’s friends, Nairobi City County staff and all family friends. Our thanks also go to the Mary Queen of Apostle’s Catholic Church. The family also appreciates the planning committee at home which worked hard to give him a great send off. To the many others who joined us in laying him to rest at Manyatta, we cannot thank them individually. Please accept this acknowledgment as a token of our appreciation. Burial took place on 15/04/2020.
Dad leaves behind a widow Mary Njeri Mungai, children Elizabeth Nyaguthii & Eliud Kamau, Peter Mwaura & Elizabeth Njeri, Sarah Wanjiru and Daniel Muranga. He is also survived by twelve grandchildren, two great grandchildren, brothers David Gitau and Patrick Wangunyu, sister Hannah Wamaitha, multiple cousins, nephews and nieces.
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