Kenya Ferry has compensated the family of the late Mariam Kigenda and her daughter Ksh200,000 for the loss of their lives in the Likoni ferry accident.

Mariam and Amanda were the victims of Likoni Ferry tragedy after their car slid into the Indian Ocean on September 29,2019.

They were discovered 13 days later in the back seat of the car in a tight embrace.

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Mariam Kigenda
Mariam Kigenda and Amanda

The compensation which came from National Bank shows that the Ksh 200,000 compensation was shared between  Mr John Wambua (The husband to Mariam) and Mr Peter Mwaghogho (The father to late Mariam).

Each received Ksh 100,000.

John Wambua
Peter

Just recently Wambua said that the loss of his wife and daughter is a loss not only to the family but to the community as well.

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Most especially her classmates at M.M Shah Academy, Mombasa.

“TEACHERS, PARENTS AND HER CLASSMATES ARE HEARTBROKEN,”  WAMBUA SAID.

“IT IS A BIG LOSS TO ME AND THE WHOLE FAMILY. I LOVED MY WIFE AND SHE LOVED ME TOO.”

Talking about his late wife Wambua described her as a hard working

‘SHE WAS HARDWORKING. SHE USED TO MANAGE OUR FARM IN MSAMBWENI,” HE SAID, FIGHTING BACK TEARS.

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