Mary Kilobi Atwoli’s brother Emmanuel Weyusia, who was shot by thugs on October 9, was laid to rest on Saturday at Mwiruti village, in Bungoma county.
While addressing mourners Mary Kilobi remembered the fateful night his brother Emmanuel called her and told her he had been shot.
He told me that he could not go out because he feared that the thugs were still around. I told him that I was sending help and I would be there in a few minutes,’ SHE SAID.
The KTN presenter narrated how she called police commander Lazurus Obijo who assured her help and police took Emmanuel to hospital.
When I got to Juja, I called Weyusia’s friend, James. He told me that my brother had stopped talking and started crying,’ Mary narrated.
But upon arriving at the hospital her brother was no more.
When I got to the hospital and saw James crying, I immediately knew that my brother had died,’ emotional Mary said.
Emmanuel was popular and his friends through Facebook eulogized him as a great man.
They’re yet to come to terms with his untimely death. Comments include;
Akisa Wandera Final journey for Emmanuel Weyusia. A man greatly loved and respected. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Mariah Kilobi Atwoli you’re not alone.
Fredrick Shitubi It is difficult to accept that you are forever gone. Looking at your face in the cold coffin, I can imagine the physical pain the thugs subjected you to before you breathed your last and the deeper psychological pain your demise has inflicted on your family, friends and colleagues. I, we are deeply pained Emmanuel. Rest in peace. I can’t pretend to wish the same peace to your tormentors. May they never know peace till they give account of this heinous act. Fare thee well.
Archie Nyar Mwango Its soo heartbreaking May Mannu R.I.P
Shem Nyaberah Thou sad to us friends.may God hear our prayers to pain your killers bro till no rest in their souls and planners of evil works be punished……Rip bro
Julietta Maina He was my teacher long ago…..may his soul rest in peace.
Ann Jeremy May he rest in peace. And may God continue strengthening you dia.Ann Jeremy May he rest in peace.
Edelqueen Nabwile This was the very worst thing to accept rest in peace marsh … May God give you strength at this time
Moureen Ogeto May his soul rest in eternal peace