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Saumu Mbuvi’s moving tribute to her late mother Janet Njeri





By Standard Entertainment

3 hours ago

Saumu and Senator Anwar at the gravesite with family and friends [Photo: Instagram]

It is 12 years since Janet Njeri the mother to Saumu Mbuvi passed away. Taking to social media to commemorate her anniversary, the self-styled Mummy in Business and daughter to Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko stated that Njeri is missed beyond measure.

Saumu, in the moving tribute, posted that her mother was a blessing and that her memory will be treasured forever. “Your life was a blessing to us. Your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words…and missed beyond measure. Rest in perfect peace mama, I know someday I will see you again,” she captioned photos of her at the gravesite alongside the clergy, family and friends including Senator Anwar Lotiptip.

Saumu and Senator Anwar at the gravesite with family and friends [Photo: Instagram]


Sharing the pain of losing a mother at the age of 14, Saumu in 2019 opened up about how her mother’s passing is an “everlasting sadness”. “Losing a mother is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know. It an everlasting sadness that you are no longer here. But every year I like to think you are near us. Your love for us was constant and your devotion had no end. You filled my life with sunshine as a mother and my best friend. So may you forever know that to me you were the best. May you find a gentle peace in sweet eternal rest. I will forever love and miss you, my guardian angel,” she posted.

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A message that echoed her 2018 post where she noted that death robbed her of a mentor and declared that she will live a life that would have made her proud. “I still can’t believe today marks 10years since you left us. I know It will never get easier losing you to death when I still needed you so much. But in your honour, I will live a life that would have made you proud of me if you were still here. I love you and miss you, mum.”

Janet Njeri would have been 42.


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