Mze Jonathan Malombe Munyala 93, to be Celebrated on Friday 4th family say



Celebration of a Life Well Lived

Mze Jonathan Malombe Munyala who died last year will Finally be celebrated at his home in kunguluni on Friday where he wished to be buried.

The body of Mzee has been laying in the mortuary for the last one year, delay of the burial celebrations were occasioned by Disputed will from first family led elder son Mr Francis muthusi, before his demise Mze lived in kunguluni home where he had build a school and a church, the Media reports.

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Celebration of a Life Well Lived.

Mze Munyala had 22 children.

“It is with humble acceptance of God’s will that we announce the death of Jonathan Malombe Munyala, which occurred last year 26/02/2021”.

The delay of his burial celebration had been caused by the disputed will from the first family. Media reported.

The arbitration between the two families was done by the Clergy led by Archbishop Benjamin Nzimbi, as a result of this, the two families agreed to hold the funeral service and celebration at his Kunguluni home on 04/03/2022 where he wished to be laid to rest.

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He was a Beloved Husband of the late Syevutha and the late Hellen Mwikali. Son to the late Munyala and
the late Kaswii. Father to Mary Mutinda, Mammy the late Major Malombe, Dr. Florence Makindi
(Chairperson Kitui PSB), Eunice Musyimi, Rev. kaloki, Masila (USA), Wambua, Miriam (Msa),
Bishop David,susan, Pastor John (Kericho) among others.

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The biggest celebration of the live well lived of Mze Jonathan Kaloki will be held at Kunguluni on Friday 4th March 2022 and several leaders will attend the celebration from 10am.

Jonathan Malombe Munyala, Has fought the good fight of Faith, he has finished the race, He has kept the faith, henceforth there is laid up for him the crown of righteousness which the Lord, will award to him. (2Timothy 4:7)

Rest in Peace papa.