Sombre mood as Lawyer Paul Gicheru is laid to rest in Nakuru

Sombre mood engulfed the village of Kwa Nguku, Bahati Sub county in Nakuru County on Thursday as family, friends and relatives paid last respect to departed Lawyer Paul Gicheru.
The late was eulogised as a generous brother, loving family man and great lawyer.
In an emotional tribute his wife Ruth Nyambura told mourners that her husband was a great family man as well as a man of the people in the society.
“For the 23 years,you have been a great family man.I can’t believe you are no more.Fare thee well my dear husband” she said. 
She vowed to take care and support her three sons Allan, Alvin and Alex.
Other speakers during the burial ceremony called on everyone to remember the family in prayers.
Gicheru, who had been charged with bribing witnesses who were to testify in the trial of President William Ruto at the International Criminal Court (ICC), was found unconscious in his bedroom on the evening of September 26 and declared dead by medics who were called in to resuscitate him.
His death brings to a close, a case that was to be ruled soon as The Hague based court does not convict or acquit the dead.
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