The pain of losing all children is sop painful more than words can just say.Consolation to family of Peter Kibugi and his wife Hannah Wariara, who lost all their three children and a grand-daughter to a drunk and reckless driver on May 15 along the Eastern By-pass.
Josephine Njoki Kibugi, 25, Grace Njeri Kibugi, 10, Mike Mutua Kibugi, 8, and Angel Anne Wariara, 3, were crushed to death that Sunday evening by the recklessness of the truck driver, who in his inebriated state, had no regard for traffic laws.
Wariara narrated amid sobs the incident that also almost claimed her life, nearly robbed her of her will to live and permanently scarred her life. “We were coming from a church thanksgiving ceremony in Banana because my sister had just flown in from abroad. After the service, I was driving my children back home to Ruai when we met this crazy, drunk, reckless driver who was speeding and driving on the wrong lane,” she said.
“I tried to avoid him by escaping through some space between two parked cars on the side of the road to my right but that did not happen. I suddenly heard a loud bang from the left side of my car and I remember telling God not to take my life yet, because I was not done with his work on earth. I was hurled outside the vehicle through the door that was flung open,” she added.
The final mass was held at St Paul’s ACK Church in South C . Surely where do they start when they go back to an empty house . Life is so cruel but may God’s will be done. May they rest in peace