The story of June Wanza Mulupi, the woman who died after a botched breast enlargement performed in an Nairobi clinic has gone viral and ignited mixed reactions among Kenyans.
She died last week from complications of a botched breast enlargement operation at a plastic surgery clinic located in the Karen area of Nairobi.
June Wanza died at the Nairobi Hospital’s ICU, where she was admitted after developing complications. And KMPDB boss Daniel Yumbya said the probe into the death of June Wanza could take longer if they schedule more interviews.
“ANYONE CAN MAKE A COMPLAINT AND WE REALLY ENCOURAGE THE FAMILY TO DO THAT SO WE CAN BEGIN INVESTIGATIONS IMMEDIATELY,” YUMBYA SAID.
Well, Wanza was wife to businessman Joseph Mulupi Musuya and were blessed with three kids namely; Jewel, Jazmine, and Jade.
June was a prayer warrior, at least according to her friends, and in her last post on social media, she thanked God for giving her a prayerful husband as well.
“She focused on God. He did the same. God gave the tom each other,” read her message accompanied by the photo below.
Check out messages of condolences from Kenyans.
Eve Mutile: RIP my love. You will forever be missed. I still don’t believe it & feel like I will soon wake up to your pretty face & wise advice….still waiting mama, still waiting!
Anne Mutabari: June Mulupi we will truly miss you girl
Joanne Leny: Jewel is my third born son’s friend and classmate,May God comfort Jewel and the entire family, poleni sana Anne.
Fortune Wasike: I’m very saddened waking up to the news that you’re no more , death is so cruel…In-law, you were a great mother to our kids, exceptional and kind.., you’re still alive in our hearts and minds, through us they still live on… May your soul rest in eternal peace in-law
Willie Odera: 3 Months ago, I bumped into my long lost friend June Mulupi asking for directions to Greenspan Estate to meet up with her friend. We had a good laugh and catch up on the good old times how we’ve both grown up and later agreed to link up and talk business opportunities. Never knew that would be my last encounter Rest In Peace my friend and thank you for being a humble soul… KEMU moments were the best
Betty Jones: Shine on your way beautiful
Solomon Mutua: May her soul RIP, You will be missed by many
We at Mpasho pray that the good Lord comforts her family during these difficult times. RIP June Wanza