Community appeals for help to cater for the funeral expenses. Here’s how you can help
Kenyan community in the UK regrets to announce the untimely death of Kenneth Watta, Christine Watta (Kenneth’s wife), Wycliffe Okwanyo (brother-in-law), Sophie Achola (wife to Gordon Achola) Sophie’s daughter Hellen Achola, and Gideon Watta Jnr (popularly known as smally).
They all died in a tragic road accident in Kenya last Saturday, 1st May 2010 at around 1pm near Kaplong trading centre on Kericho - Kisii road.
The only survivor, a baby boy, aged 18 months, miraculously came out with a broken leg.
The family was travelling to Migori when this terrible accident occurred.
Kenneth Watta lived in the UK for many years before he decided to return to Kenya to contribute to the country’s development.
Jeff Watta, Kenneth’s elder brother, is kindly requesting you to help him cater for the funeral expenses of all the six family members.
This is surely a big tragedy no family can manage to handle alone. Aware of how expensive funerals are in Kenya, let’s all join hands and help Jeff award his departed family members a dignified send off.
In addition to the financial support, the community is also requesting for your prayers.
Community members are meeting every evening at Jeff’s house in Ealing (see the address below):
Funeral dates will be announced later.
You and your friends are most welcome to the fundraising to be held on Saturday, 8th May 2010 as from 3pm at Jeff’s house in Ealing: Here’s the address:
3 Tewkesbury Road
London W13 0UJ
Tel: 020 8354 4233
Mobile: 07860 548 127
If you cannot make it to the fundraising, kindly make your donations to:
Sort code: 40-42-28
Ac no. 51210599