By Hopkin Reporter
Kitui county MP, Dr Irene Kasalu could hardly contain herself after she attended the sorrowful send off of Ibrahim Muna, a form two student in Migwani ward, Mwingi west.
Ibra, as the deceased was commonly known, succumbed to brain cancer last month after battling with the illness for over two years. While he was admitted at the KNH, Kasalu oftenly paid him a visit where their bond grew stronger after exchanging their contacts and the county MP would always contact him to check on him.
When Kasalu arrived at their Migwani home, she requested to view his body to clear her doubt that her little friend was indeed gone.
“We thank God for everything, Ibra is at peace now, no more pain,” she said amidst tears.
Mwingi west MP who also graced the occasion, said he visited the deceased a day before his demise.
“Ibra was really in pain, when I visited him, I could not help shedding tears after seeing the pain this young man was in,” said Nguna.
Until his demise, Ibrahim was a form two student at Kitui school. He was the first born son of Muna Ngonoi, a former MCA aspirant in Migwani ward.
He’s left behind his Dad , Mum and his two young siblings.
He was eulogized as a firm christian who always read his bible and even prayed for the sick while still in the hospital, he always urged people to love each another Above all, his parents described him as a very strong young man.