The P.C.E.A fraternity and Kenyans at large are still mourning the untimely death of Rev Peter Kania Kariuki after he succumbed to Covid-19.

Before his death, Kania had been hospitalized for more than a month.

He was the Secretary-General of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA). A position he was installed in April 2015 a capacity in which he has served until his demise.

His wife Nelius Wanjiru Kaniah paid tribute praising him for being a good husband and supportive partner.

‘Tribute to my dear husband.

I give thanks to God for the 28 years that God gave me Peter Kaniah to be my husband. He has been a blessing to me. For the journey we have walked together, my husband has been a caring, loving, and faithful soulmate.

Having sacrificially and tirelessly worked to ensure that our children and myself, are fulfilled in life.
Kaniah has been my personal pastor, mentor and a role model to our children and the entire family.

I treasure the many times my husband used to visit our parents, and this has really taught me a serious lesson on how to take care of our parents.’

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‘He kept reminding us on the seriousness in prayer and surprisingly my husband set a good example whereby in our home every time is a prayer time.

He taught our children on how to fear, trust and obey God and to live a Godly life without compromising.

My husband has been a strict timekeeper, and this molded me on how to be punctual no matter what.

I will always treasure the beautiful words that my husband loved most as our family theme: The battle does not belong to us but to the Lord (2 Chronicles 20:17).

I give all the glory to God for the precious gift he had given to me, to have been married to a saved, faithful servant of God’

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