‘Rauka’ host Kambua Manundu has been thrown into mourning following the tragic passing of her grandmother.
The Citizen TV host broke the sad news on social media with a tweet noting that April is a dark month for her as her loved ones die on this month. Her grandma’s death came a few days after Kambua’s father’s death anniversary.
“People I love seem to find their angel wings in April. Koma nesa sûsû wakwa (Sleep well, grandma). 15.04.2019,” Kambua tweeted.
Kambua’s dad passing
Professor Manundu died on 9th April 2014 after battling Illness for a long time. Before his passing, he hosted a health show on NTV every Sunday morning called Walk in Divine Health.
Remembering her father on his death anniversary 2 years ago, Kambua eulogized him on social media.
“3 years my Daddy, three years since God called you home. On a day like this in 2014 I was rubbing your feet and your hands, wondering why they were getting so cold. I didn’t understand that you were slowly transitioning from this side of life.
No one will ever understand the gap you left in my life. I see bits and pieces of you in our family. Mummy is such a strong woman. You really got heaven's best. Babu and Ndzomo, I would never trade for anything and their babies are a replica of the man you were.
I hope I make you proud with the choices I make and the accolades I earn. I hope in some way I carry your legacy with the honour you truly deserve. Sleep on my daddy. In a little while Tutaonana tena. 09/04/2017,’’ read Kambua’s heartbreaking post.