• The sportscaster was cremated last week.
Fans of the late Sports guru Sean Cardovillis have been invited to a special memorial service to be held in his honour this coming Friday.
The late sportscaster was cremated last week Thursday, in a private family moment.
The 'Kwaheri' service will be an opportunity for his greatest supporters to spend their last moments for him. Additionally, a fundraiser is being held.
Semabox podcaster Mark Masai has paid his tribute to the late Capital FM and recalled wonderful moments working with the late journalist, albeit briefly.
Masai lovingly referred to him as 'The Voice of Sports in Kenya'. Masai took some time off last week to grieve, after the sad news.
"I did work with Sean Cardovillis at NTV. He was a friend of mine beyond just working, in fact, that's one of the reasons I was unable to work last week. It was a heavy one," he shared his sorrow.
Cardovillis according to Police was found dead on Saturday, September 9 morning outside his house along Rhapta Road, Westlands where he lived alone.
The celebrated sports commentator was loved by many for his insightful thoughts on all matters sports.
Capital FM eulogized him on their news website www.capitalfm.co.ke saying, “We are deeply saddened to announce that the world of sports has lost one of its most iconic voices—Sean Cardovillis.
The renowned sports commentator who worked here at Capital FM passed away this morning at his house in Westlands, and his family has been informed.
Sean’s powerful commentary and infectious enthusiasm for sports made him a household name locally and internationally.
At Capital FM, we pay tribute to the man who brought sports to life for millions of our listeners around the world."
His Radio segment was called Saturday Music and Sports Show.