Ciru Muriuki remembers Fiancé Charles Ouda a month after his death

Piece by: MERCY MURIITHI
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•March 3 marking exactly one month after Ouda passed away, Ciru paid a glowing tribute to him that perfectly captured her grief and reiterated the impact Ouda had on her life, as she had spoken during his burial ceremony.

Ciru Muriuki with her late fiance Charles Ouda
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 Former BBC journalist, Ciru Muriuki has penned a heartfelt tribute on social media to her late fiance Charles Ouda.

March 3 marking exactly one month after Ouda passed away, Ciru paid a glowing tribute to him that perfectly captured her grief and reiterated the impact Ouda had on her life, as she had spoken during his burial ceremony.

Ciru admitted her life was never the same after the award-winning actor's departure further professing her love for the actor. 

"One month. One month of pain I didn't think was possible.  You were my favorite hello and my hardest goodbye. But there can never be a goodbye between us.

Just the longing to see you again. My life will forever be better because you were in it. I love you Ceej. forever and always." Ciru wrote.

Muriuki mourned her partner in an emotional message a month ago, claiming she has never been loved the way Ouda loved her. In her 42 years, she claims Ouda gave him a love she never experienced before. And her love for him was impeccable.

Jacque Matubia, Ouda's on-screen lover also penned a touching post to him, remembering the actor's last words during Salem TV show's last words.

"Happy one month in heaven my G. I think this past week I have shouted your name so many times.

Am sorry for that. I know you were like 'chill mama' but yap, I did the thing.

Am not waiting for a seat at their table am building my own table...in your words...'It's not their industry but our industry' C.J.O. Forever on our hearts," she wrote

 

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