ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Moses Kariuki, 29 years old, born on May 7, 1992, and passed away on May 7, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Maria Moii on May 19, 2021
Mose no words can explain the pain am feeling right now, you were more like my small brother. I have met good people in my life, I keep saying if I was to rate you, I would give you a top mark, we became close because of my children, then the bond grew more during your wedding where you involved me and consulted me where necessary, you became free with me to a point of  sharing your achievements with me because of the trust you had with me. I have seen you grow out of your hard work, you have shared with me about the kind of friends you have, Big people who you related with so well, because only great people like you can be able to have such without feeling small and intimidated, for you it was about doing what is right. It pains me that you are no more to accomplish a great dream you were having, you loved and cared for your young family, you truly valued them.
You left Mose without a proper goodbye, we had a conversation few minutes before the incident, we spoke twice, only after a few minutes to receive that traumatizing call from my daughter screaming Mose has been shot and in denial I asked Her which Mose? since I have just spoken to Him and she kept saying Mum ni Mose ni Mose, those words keeps ringing in my head piercing my heart, I keep asking  myself, what if I had not sent you, would you still be alive? your death pains me Mose, it deeply hurts.
That night you went to be operated on, we waited for you patiently, we were hopeful and worried at the same time, you came out of the operation room, I thanked God that you survived, we came to see you and when you heard my voice you held my hand and squeezed it like you wanted to confirm to me yes! you have won the battle, I still can't understand what Really happened, I was confident you will be well or so you wanted us to believe.
That last conversation we had was on Sunday and it keeps replaying in my mind, that early Sunday morning you asked your wife Purity to call me, you said you wanted to see me, I went to church happy and thanking God for you, I was excited that you could talk again, I felt joy and thanked God for you, I came to see you at 1p.m, I said Mose is back, because you looked Okey and you were not in pain, was I wrong to believe you were okay?, Is it that you wanted me to come so you can say goodbye or was it so I can assure you that  Purity will be taken care of so you can rest? I kept telling you to stop worrying about other people and focus on your healing, clearly that day you were unsettled, I remember your words when we were about to leave and I quote "kuai indo ici tondu ndikaria ringi" I thought you meant you didn't want the items to spoil since you will be on tubes for a while, little did I know you were saying goodbye, we all left hoping to see you the following day, only to be woken up the following morning by that distress call from Purity, I was shocked and in disbelief. At that moment I remembered a scripture that had popped on my screen the previous night Hebrews 13:16, "And do not forget to do good and to help one another, because these are the sacrifices that please God."
That verse described you so well, you are the kind that helps people without expecting anything in return, at that point I knew God was trying to tell me something about you and to also speak to me about the importance of doing good and helping other people like Christ commands.
You were too young to die, a good person you were, very respectful, the only person who consistently called me  Mama Shi. You were too good to my family especially my children, they loved you, they played with you everytime you would come to my house which was almost like daily. Because of that true friendship we shared, I promise to keep Purity close, Sam will never lack and I pray to God to help me keep that promise, I'll serve them just like you served us. I will truly miss you Mose, I'll miss your efficiency in your work , I'll miss the sound of your bike at my gate, I'll miss how you would save situation in my house whenever I was away or stuck and the kids needed something. It's just too painful to say goodbye to you but we cannot question the will of God as much as we are tempted to ask Why?
Rest in peace Moses
Safiri salama
Mary Njenga
Posted by Mathew Kariuki on May 15, 2021
Tribute to Moses Gitau Kariuki – PMC Animators
Man Of Sacrificial Energetic Sacrifice
The Holy Family Community is saddened by your departure but the PMC fraternity will miss you dearly since ours is the oldest ministry that you served. However, in spite of the sadness, we have inner joy in knowing that you are finally home where we all yearn to live with the greatest teacher.
Your selfless devotion to PMC was unmatched. I remember with nostalgia how you have been eagerly and successfully running the PMC holiday program. You have been the focal point for the program and have never disappointed. Foregoing paid work to teach the children is unthinkable, but you did it and we remain grateful for the sacrifice.
The PMC festivals are not a mean task, but we gave it a go from 2015 because of your commitment. We admired the zeal and vigour you exuded during liturgical dances and the folk songs. 
You were a great encouragement and mentor to the young ones as well. Starting your married life with the sacrament of matrimony was a great lesson. We shall constantly remind the young ones to follow in your footsteps for where there is a will, there is a way, and all things work together for the good of those who love the Lord.
The memories are immense, but we have to put a full stop somehow.
If it was one of those days that Jesus was walking around healing the sick and raising the dead, all PMC children and animators would run to Him and ask Him to bring you back to life like Lazarus or better still look for Peter and the other Apostles to raise you up like Tabitha. But anyway these are just mere wishes.
In about a year’s time we look forward to welcoming baby Samuel to PMC. We hope to impart the same lessons you taught and help him get to know what a great PMC animator you were.
The PMC fraternity will always cherish and reminisce all these memories and be there to support your dear wife Purity and Baby Samuel.
May perpetual light shine on you Mighty Moses, for
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints. Psalms 116:15.
PMC Matron – Jane Chege
Posted by Julius Kariihi on May 14, 2021

"Ngaabu" as we used to call one another since our tender age, you have left a vacuum in my life. Having been born on close dates ,having been brought up in the same village and under the same struggles , the pain we have been going through in search for solid life , it's so painful that you left me on the way alone to complete the journey .

Mosee we shared equal dreams and experiences, my family was yours and yours mine, you were the closest person I would express my jokes and plans without fear of exposure .

From my experience with you for the last 29years since your birth , you were an icon to recon , a future to you family and a promise to your mum and dad, but unfortunately death was cruel to us .

As I and my family mourn you, I need to assure you that your spirit remains in me. When this sad news reached my wife , she could not resist her tears and the one word she told me is " Who have you been left with now?" Since she knew that we were interconnected by a permanent bond . Whenever I was away ,you guarded my family and my wife could not forget how quick at one time you responded to her emergency to the hospital when I was away .

I will never forget the sound of you bike that alerted my young boy when you arrived to visit me , your were so passionate to kids and kids loved you.

Mosee we grew together spiritually under the tough guidance from our parents, more so my late mother ,who always reminded us the need for a strong foundation with God may her soul RIP.

Upon receiving the sad news of your shooting the day we were to meet actually an hour away from our scheduled meeting , my heart was broken and immediately rushed to see you at Kiambu where you're admitted, from that day I developed ahead ache that has never left me.

Its hurts me most when I remember my last call with you while in hospital on Sunday evening, the call that made me celebrate that you were recovering ,little did I know that you were saying goodbye to me after I received the tearing sad news of your death early monday morning . I still hold your call recording with me and whenever I revisit it my heart pains .

You were more than a friend my brother , people could actually confuse and call us brothers due to our close ties. You left a mark in me a mark that will never be erased whatsoever , I will guide your young man Sam and as long as I live he will be a gentle man as you were Mosee and may God help me keep this promise . Its very difficult to say GO but just go friend go till we meet again . Your spirit will be archived in my heart Forever . RIP Ngaabu....


         Revelation 21:4, KJV: "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away."

                 JULIUS KARIITHI MUNENE.

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Posted by Maria Moii on May 19, 2021
Mose no words can explain the pain am feeling right now, you were more like my small brother. I have met good people in my life, I keep saying if I was to rate you, I would give you a top mark, we became close because of my children, then the bond grew more during your wedding where you involved me and consulted me where necessary, you became free with me to a point of  sharing your achievements with me because of the trust you had with me. I have seen you grow out of your hard work, you have shared with me about the kind of friends you have, Big people who you related with so well, because only great people like you can be able to have such without feeling small and intimidated, for you it was about doing what is right. It pains me that you are no more to accomplish a great dream you were having, you loved and cared for your young family, you truly valued them.
You left Mose without a proper goodbye, we had a conversation few minutes before the incident, we spoke twice, only after a few minutes to receive that traumatizing call from my daughter screaming Mose has been shot and in denial I asked Her which Mose? since I have just spoken to Him and she kept saying Mum ni Mose ni Mose, those words keeps ringing in my head piercing my heart, I keep asking  myself, what if I had not sent you, would you still be alive? your death pains me Mose, it deeply hurts.
That night you went to be operated on, we waited for you patiently, we were hopeful and worried at the same time, you came out of the operation room, I thanked God that you survived, we came to see you and when you heard my voice you held my hand and squeezed it like you wanted to confirm to me yes! you have won the battle, I still can't understand what Really happened, I was confident you will be well or so you wanted us to believe.
That last conversation we had was on Sunday and it keeps replaying in my mind, that early Sunday morning you asked your wife Purity to call me, you said you wanted to see me, I went to church happy and thanking God for you, I was excited that you could talk again, I felt joy and thanked God for you, I came to see you at 1p.m, I said Mose is back, because you looked Okey and you were not in pain, was I wrong to believe you were okay?, Is it that you wanted me to come so you can say goodbye or was it so I can assure you that  Purity will be taken care of so you can rest? I kept telling you to stop worrying about other people and focus on your healing, clearly that day you were unsettled, I remember your words when we were about to leave and I quote "kuai indo ici tondu ndikaria ringi" I thought you meant you didn't want the items to spoil since you will be on tubes for a while, little did I know you were saying goodbye, we all left hoping to see you the following day, only to be woken up the following morning by that distress call from Purity, I was shocked and in disbelief. At that moment I remembered a scripture that had popped on my screen the previous night Hebrews 13:16, "And do not forget to do good and to help one another, because these are the sacrifices that please God."
That verse described you so well, you are the kind that helps people without expecting anything in return, at that point I knew God was trying to tell me something about you and to also speak to me about the importance of doing good and helping other people like Christ commands.
You were too young to die, a good person you were, very respectful, the only person who consistently called me  Mama Shi. You were too good to my family especially my children, they loved you, they played with you everytime you would come to my house which was almost like daily. Because of that true friendship we shared, I promise to keep Purity close, Sam will never lack and I pray to God to help me keep that promise, I'll serve them just like you served us. I will truly miss you Mose, I'll miss your efficiency in your work , I'll miss the sound of your bike at my gate, I'll miss how you would save situation in my house whenever I was away or stuck and the kids needed something. It's just too painful to say goodbye to you but we cannot question the will of God as much as we are tempted to ask Why?
Rest in peace Moses
Safiri salama
Mary Njenga
Posted by Mathew Kariuki on May 15, 2021
Tribute to Moses Gitau Kariuki – PMC Animators
Man Of Sacrificial Energetic Sacrifice
The Holy Family Community is saddened by your departure but the PMC fraternity will miss you dearly since ours is the oldest ministry that you served. However, in spite of the sadness, we have inner joy in knowing that you are finally home where we all yearn to live with the greatest teacher.
Your selfless devotion to PMC was unmatched. I remember with nostalgia how you have been eagerly and successfully running the PMC holiday program. You have been the focal point for the program and have never disappointed. Foregoing paid work to teach the children is unthinkable, but you did it and we remain grateful for the sacrifice.
The PMC festivals are not a mean task, but we gave it a go from 2015 because of your commitment. We admired the zeal and vigour you exuded during liturgical dances and the folk songs. 
You were a great encouragement and mentor to the young ones as well. Starting your married life with the sacrament of matrimony was a great lesson. We shall constantly remind the young ones to follow in your footsteps for where there is a will, there is a way, and all things work together for the good of those who love the Lord.
The memories are immense, but we have to put a full stop somehow.
If it was one of those days that Jesus was walking around healing the sick and raising the dead, all PMC children and animators would run to Him and ask Him to bring you back to life like Lazarus or better still look for Peter and the other Apostles to raise you up like Tabitha. But anyway these are just mere wishes.
In about a year’s time we look forward to welcoming baby Samuel to PMC. We hope to impart the same lessons you taught and help him get to know what a great PMC animator you were.
The PMC fraternity will always cherish and reminisce all these memories and be there to support your dear wife Purity and Baby Samuel.
May perpetual light shine on you Mighty Moses, for
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints. Psalms 116:15.
PMC Matron – Jane Chege
Posted by Julius Kariihi on May 14, 2021

"Ngaabu" as we used to call one another since our tender age, you have left a vacuum in my life. Having been born on close dates ,having been brought up in the same village and under the same struggles , the pain we have been going through in search for solid life , it's so painful that you left me on the way alone to complete the journey .

Mosee we shared equal dreams and experiences, my family was yours and yours mine, you were the closest person I would express my jokes and plans without fear of exposure .

From my experience with you for the last 29years since your birth , you were an icon to recon , a future to you family and a promise to your mum and dad, but unfortunately death was cruel to us .

As I and my family mourn you, I need to assure you that your spirit remains in me. When this sad news reached my wife , she could not resist her tears and the one word she told me is " Who have you been left with now?" Since she knew that we were interconnected by a permanent bond . Whenever I was away ,you guarded my family and my wife could not forget how quick at one time you responded to her emergency to the hospital when I was away .

I will never forget the sound of you bike that alerted my young boy when you arrived to visit me , your were so passionate to kids and kids loved you.

Mosee we grew together spiritually under the tough guidance from our parents, more so my late mother ,who always reminded us the need for a strong foundation with God may her soul RIP.

Upon receiving the sad news of your shooting the day we were to meet actually an hour away from our scheduled meeting , my heart was broken and immediately rushed to see you at Kiambu where you're admitted, from that day I developed ahead ache that has never left me.

Its hurts me most when I remember my last call with you while in hospital on Sunday evening, the call that made me celebrate that you were recovering ,little did I know that you were saying goodbye to me after I received the tearing sad news of your death early monday morning . I still hold your call recording with me and whenever I revisit it my heart pains .

You were more than a friend my brother , people could actually confuse and call us brothers due to our close ties. You left a mark in me a mark that will never be erased whatsoever , I will guide your young man Sam and as long as I live he will be a gentle man as you were Mosee and may God help me keep this promise . Its very difficult to say GO but just go friend go till we meet again . Your spirit will be archived in my heart Forever . RIP Ngaabu....


         Revelation 21:4, KJV: "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away."

                 JULIUS KARIITHI MUNENE.
his Life

EULOGY OF THE LATE MOSES GITAU KARIUKI (MOSEE) ( 1992 -2021 )

BIRTH

Moses Gitau Kariuki commonly known as *Mosee* was born on 7th May 1992 at Gulmag Estate Sasini ,Kiambu Constituency in Kiambu County . His parents are Francis Kariuki and Agnes Wangui , in law to Thomas Linguli and Beatrice Karimi . He was brother to Mary Ngoiri, Jane Wambui, the late Michael Mwangi , Hannah Wangari , Peter Mwai , John Mwangi andMathew Maina . He was an uncle to Agnes Wangui, John Kariuki and Pauline Wangui, Alvin Maina andAnthony Maina and a grandfather to Joan Wambui and Anthony Kariuki.

EDUCATION

The late Moses Gitau Kariuki started schooling from 1999 at Kiu River primary school , before being transferred to Kongo primary and Corner Stone academy Dagoreti respectively. He then joined Brother Beausang Catholic Education secondary school where he studied for 2 years form 1 &2 and in the year 2010 the late joined Riabai Secondary School in Kiambu where he did his final (KCSE) exam from.

WORK

The late Moses Gitau Kariuki ventured into business immediately after his secondary school education in Ngong town Kajiado County , later he got employed at Regina Pacis Foods Company and after working for some time there , he bought a motorbike with aid from his brother Mathew Maina and started bodaboda business , a venture that really connected him to so many people and formedthe pillar of his revenue source. Before his demise , he had started a small multipurpose shop which was managedby his wife as he fine-tuned his future dreams.

MARRIAGE

On 15/12/2018, the late married his beloved wife Purity Kaari through a church wedding that attracted hundreds of people and the couple were blessed with a baby boy Samuel Kariuki on 1/8/2019.

Moses has been a pillar to his family and every day he could wake up early morning with his bike to provide for his family no matter the situation.

CHURCH

The late Moses Gitau Kariuki was baptised on 18/5/1993. He got first Holy communion on 10th June, 2007 and the confirmed on 13th Dec, 2018 was a staunch follower of The Catholic faith at Holy Family Mugumo Catholic Church, an out station to Tingángá Parish where he has been serving in different sectors pertaining faith. Before his death , the late was an active member for the Catholic Men Association (CMA) and an active chorister at the church Choir, further to that he was a the Pontifical Missionary Childhood(PMC) lead teacher at the out-station.

The late was an active church member and Moderator of ST. KIZITO small Christian community (Jumuia).

The late participated in various church activities and was in the front line in spreading the gospel in the simplest way he can.

AWARDS

The late had numerous awards from the music industry and his participation in a folk song for the Holy Family Mugumo Choir Festivals lead to a massive victory. Singing and composing his own music was his long time dreams and everytime, he would compose a number of songs in a simple booklet, this was his next dream in the industry. He has since been awarded for being an innovative Catholic children’s music composer for PMC.

DEMISE

On the 7th May 2021 at around 3PM , Moses was mistakenly involved in a shot out at the entrance to Holy Family Mugumo Church off Kiambu - Ruiru road, where he went to rescue a church member who and a colleague who were being carjacked by robbers and on alighting at the scene of crime, the late was shot at the stomach through his left hand. He was admitted at Kiambu district Hospital between 7th -10th of May, 2021, on Monday morning 10th the late complained of a severe pain in his body and in that early morning he was pronounced dead. Moses has died at the age of twenty nine years (29). He left behind his wife Purity Kaari and a son Samuel Kariuki.



Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen

RUGANO RWA MUTIGA-IRI MOSES GITAU KARIUKI

GUCIARWO

Mutigairi Moses Gitau Kariuki (Mosee)aciarirwo 7/05/1992ituura-ini ria Gulmag Sasini Kiambu ,ari kihinganda gia Francis Kariuki na Agnes Wangui . Ni iciciara we wa Thomas Linguli na Nyaciara kuri Beatrice Karimi . Maciaraniirwona Mary Ngoiri, Jane Wambui, mutigairi Michael Mwangi , Hannah Wangari , Peter Mwai , John Mwangi na Mathew Maina . Ni mama wa Agnes Wangui ,John Kariuki , Pauline Wangui na angi aingi , arari baba munini wa Alvin Mainana Anthony Maina na guuka wa Joan Wambui na Anthony Kariuki.

GITHOMO
Mutigairi athomeire cukuru wa muthingi wa Kiu River thuutha ucio agithamirio cukuru-ini wa muthingi waKongo na Corner Stone academy Dagorreti kuuma mwaka 1999,na kuri mwaka wa 2008 agicoka guthii cukuru-ini wa secondary wa Brother Beausang Catholic Education, kuria athomire form 1 na 2 , na mwaka-iniwa 2010 nirio aingiriire cukuru-ini wa Riabai Secondary kuria arikiirie mathomo make.
WIRA
Mutigairi ambiriirie kuruta wira wa wonjoria mwena wa Ngong , wamuira andikitwo wira ni kambuni-ini ya Regina Pacis Foods na muthia arainikiriria wiira wake utwarithia-ini wa nduthi ,wira uria uramuheaga uboco na uria watumire endeke na amenyane andu aingi.Ni arakoretwo ahingura nduka ya indo nguurani, hariamutumia wake arateithagiriria riria muthuri araumburagia cioneki ciake.
KUHIKANIA
Kuri 15/12/2018 mutigairi niahikirie mwendwa wake Purity Kaari uhiki-ini wa kanitha na magitanahirwo na mwana wao Samuel Kariuki mwaka wa 1/8/2019

KANITHA
Mutigairi arari murumiriri wooma wa kanitha Gatoreki wa Holy Family Mugumo parish-ini ya Ting’angá, na wamuira atunganiite na gikuo giake , arari mumeba mwamure wa kiama kia athuuri a kanitha CMA , mumemba wa choir na mwarimu wa ciana (PMC) o kanitha-ini uyu .
Arari wa mwaki wa St. Kizito, kuria aranyitiriire giturwa kia muikariri giti wa mwaki ucio nginyagia gukua gwake.
Abatithirio mweri 18/5/1993 na akiheo riumiriria 10/06/2007 na gucooka kuhinguriirwo wamukiri 13/12/2018.
Ni arateithagiriria maundu-ini nguurani waki-ini wa kanitha na kurimira witikia , na arar muharip wa mbere kuhurutira mwaki wa witikia ndukahore.

GIKUO
Mutigairi atunganire na mutino riria ateithuraga mumeba wa kanitha moko-ini ma ekinai aria methaitena mucinga kuri tareki 7/5/2021 itura-ini ria Mugumo, kuria ahuriirwo rithathi na gocoka gokoma thibitari-ini wa munene wa Kiambu kuria arakoretwo akiamukira urigiti, indi kuri tareki 10/5/2021, mutigairi ni augire niaratorio ni ruo rwa muiri , na utuku wa gukia muthenya ucio tareki 10/5/2021 mutigairi ni ahurukire ari moko-ini ma murigitani.

Ni atiga thuutha mutumia na mwana umwe .

Ngai umuhe kihuruko gitathiraga na utheri wa hingo ciothe umutheragire, arohuruka uhoro. Nigutuike guo.

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Shared by Mathew Kariuki on May 13, 2021
RUGANO RWA MUTIGA-IRI MOSES GITAU KARIUKI
GUCIARWO
Mutigairi Moses Gitau Kariuki (Mosee)aciarirwo 7/05/1992ituura-ini ria Gulmag Sasini Kiambu ,ari kihinganda gia Francis Kariuki na Agnes Wangui . Ni iciciara we wa Thomas Linguli na Nyaciara kuri Beatrice Karimi . Maciaraniirwona Mary Ngoiri, Jane Wambui, mutigairi Michael Mwangi , Hannah Wangari , Peter Mwai , John Mwangi na Mathew Maina . Ni mama wa Agnes Wangui ,John Kariuki , Pauline Wangui na angi aingi , arari baba munini wa Alvin Mainana Anthony Maina na guuka wa Joan Wambui na Anthony Kariuki.
GITHOMO
Mutigairi athomeire cukuru wa muthingi wa Kiu River thuutha ucio agithamirio cukuru-ini wa muthingi waKongo na Corner Stone academy Dagorreti kuuma mwaka 1999,na kuri mwaka wa 2008 agicoka guthii cukuru-ini wa secondary wa Brother Beausang Catholic Education, kuria athomire form 1 na 2 , na mwaka-iniwa 2010 nirio aingiriire cukuru-ini wa Riabai Secondary kuria arikiirie mathomo make.
WIRA
Mutigairi ambiriirie kuruta wira wa wonjoria mwena wa Ngong , wamuira andikitwo wira ni kambuni-ini ya Regina Pacis Foods na muthia arainikiriria wiira wake utwarithia-ini wa nduthi ,wira uria uramuheaga uboco na uria watumire endeke na amenyane andu aingi.Ni arakoretwo ahingura nduka ya indo nguurani, hariamutumia wake arateithagiriria riria muthuri araumburagia cioneki ciake.
KUHIKANIA
Kuri 15/12/2018 mutigairi niahikirie mwendwa wake Purity Kaari uhiki-ini wa kanitha na magitanahirwo na mwana wao Samuel Kariuki mwaka wa 1/8/2019
KANITHA
Mutigairi arari murumiriri wooma wa kanitha Gatoreki wa Holy Family Mugumo parish-ini ya Ting’angá , na wamuira atunganiite na gikuo giake , arari mumeba mwamure wa kiama kia athuuri a kanitha CMA , mumemba wa choir na mwarimu wa ciana (PMC) o kanitha-ini uyu .

Arari wa mwaki wa St. Kizito, kuria aranyitiriire giturwa kia muikariri giti wa mwaki ucio nginyagia gukua gwake.

Abatithirio mweri 18/5/1993 na akiheo riumiriria na gucooka kuhinguriirwo wamukiri.

Ni arateithagiriria maundu-ini nguurani waki-ini wa kanitha na kurimira witikia , na arar muharip wa mbere kuhurutira mwaki wa witikia ndukahore.
GIKUO
Mutigairi atunganire na mutino riria ateithuraga mumeba wa kanitha moko-ini ma ekinai aria methaitena mucinga kuri tareki 7/5/2021 itura-ini ria Mugumo, kuria ahuriirwo rithathi na gocoka gokoma thibitari-ini wa munene wa Kiambu kuria arakoretwo akiamukira urigiti, indi kuri tareki 10/5/2021, mutigairi ni augire niaratorio ni ruo rwa muiri , na utuku wa gukia muthenya ucio tareki 10/5/2021 mutigairi ni ahurukire ari moko-ini ma murigitani.

Ni atiga thuutha mutumia na mwana umwe .

Ngai umuhe kihuruko gitathiraga na utheri wa hingo ciothe umutheragire, arohuruka uhoro. Nigutuike guo.