In a poignant display of solidarity and communal support, Kwa Vonza’s Member of County Assembly (MCA), Hon. Mark Ndingo, participated in a burial ceremony in Kitui Rural. The gathering, held at Kwakilya in Yatta Kwa Vonza ward, was a farewell to the late Dr. Celestine Wangari, the esteemed wife of Kevin Ngovo Mulwa.
During the ceremony, MCA Mark Ndingo shared a profound reflection, encapsulating the essence of life and faith: “If we live, we live for the Lord; if we die, we die for the Lord. Whether we live or die, we all belong to God.” These words echoed a sense of spiritual unity and acceptance in the face of life’s inevitable cycle.
The atmosphere at Kwakilya resonated with both sorrow and reverence as community members gathered to pay their respects to Dr. Celestine Wangari. Her departure marked the end of a life well-lived and left a void felt not only within her family but also within the broader Kwa Vonza community.
As the MCA for the area, Hon. Mark Ndingo’s presence added a touch of official representation to the farewell ceremony. His attendance underscored the significance of communal support during times of loss, emphasizing the interconnectedness of individuals within the Kwa Vonza constituency.
Dr. Celestine Wangari’s legacy was honored as friends, family, and community members came together to bid her a heartfelt farewell. The MCA’s words of comfort and the shared moments of grief provided solace to those mourning the loss of a beloved member of the community.
In extending condolences to Kevin Ngovo Mulwa and the entire family, MCA Mark Ndingo expressed the hope that Dr. Celestine Wangari would find eternal peace and fellowship with the angels. The ceremony served as a reminder of the strength derived from unity and the support that a close-knit community can offer in times of sorrow.
As the sun set over Kwakilya, the gathering dispersed, leaving behind memories of a solemn yet dignified farewell to Dr. Celestine Wangari. The echoes of MCA Mark Ndingo’s words lingered, fostering a sense of shared purpose and resilience within the Kwa Vonza community during both times of joy and sorrow.