Let the memory of Bishop Andrew be with us forever
  • 48 years old
  • Born on June 4, 1948 .
  • Passed away on July 27, 1996 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Bishop Andrew Tuye 48 years old , born on June 4, 1948 and passed away on July 27, 1996. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Denge Kargi on 27th July 2018
Will always be in our hearts and prayer. Your gospel on the camels back remains the root of our ministry for ages to come.
Posted by Norm Gorrie on 31st July 2016
Truely Marahamu's life was a beacon of hope and a source of inspiration to us.the values and ideals he stood for is what we remember you for and the passion he had for people. His courage to truth and Christ ; I thank God for the privilege to serve under him and to know him as a brother and friend. Our thoughts and prayer especially for all the family .
Posted by Grace Adi on 27th July 2016
The day when he left me alone, I was 12 years old. Just one last chance I wish I could get to hug him, then I would hold him tight and never let him go. It is not flesh and blood but the heart which makes my father priceless. I never knew that being fatherless, would make me feel so aimless, worthless, powerless, heartless and helpless. I still miss him. The greatest gift that ever came from God and I call Him Dad.
Posted by Grace Adi on 27th July 2016
The years don't make it easier they said the pain would go, It seems I've just got better not letting my feeling show..
Posted by Grace Adi on 27th July 2016
Forever misd but alwsys in our hearts... Alive well lived..
Posted by Mamo Galgallo on 27th July 2016
Can't Forget What's Part Of Us. You will always be in our hearts forever.Rest In Peace Abodika.
Posted by Denge Kargi on 27th July 2016
The ministry of Northern Kenya was and is never without you,thank for the inspiration.we are the fruits of your faithfulness and we will never forget you.
Posted by Lemargeroi Saruni on 26th July 2016
GOSPEL ON A CAMEL BACK; Remembering Bishop Rev Adano Tuye. On 27 July 1996 the nation woke up to sad news of a government helicopter went down in ashes. It happened just as they were about to land in Marsabit. Those on board were government ministers, member of parliaments, provincial Commissioner and the first Nomadic Anglican Bishop Rev Adano Tuye. He was tall and well framed with dream of leading his people to the fountain of peace. He was born and raised into a polygamous family. His father wanted him to become a teacher. Through the influence of the missionaries he answered the call. He joined God in His mission among the gabra, the borana, the rendile, the burji and other tribes of Northern Kenya. Through quality education he was prepared for for the ups and downs in a life-long journey of service to the Lord. They died on a worthy cause. Bishop Adano had devoted his energy and calling to further peace and reconciliation amongst the Nomads of Northern Kenya. Something he did with passion commitment Many years later I found myself serving in Marsabit on pastoral service and I could tell the Impact you had left for your People. Your life has stood out as beacon of hope, source of inspiration whose example is worth emulating At that time, your dream was a Camel on which you rode to share the transformation news. And you travel locally and internationally as an emissary of Christ. The example set to us by Bishop Adano is that of selfless service, devotion to peace among the Nomads and pastoralist community. He embodies virtues that set him above but ordinary. He was a true definition of servanthood. He was readily available for the master service Though long gone, it's encouraging to see the tremendous growth of Christianity amongst the communities of Northern Kenya. 20 years later a nomad was elected to be the Archbishop of the Church you treasured. Rest In Peace Ambassador of Peace.
Posted by Grace Adi on 27th March 2016
Dad Wil forever remember you in our prayers.. you have been inspiration to many,..and we celebrate u forever, RIP till we met again..we heartly Miss you DAD.

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