Rachel Muthiga, Mother of The 2 K.U Sisters Who Perished in Kisii Finally Blames Herself

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Rachel Muthiga is yet to deal with losing her two little girls in a night mishap along the Kisii-Kilgoris street on Friday. Vinnah Morangi, 21, and Valeria Wangare, 20, were among the eight individuals who kicked the bucket in the shocking mishap while going to their companion’s gathering in Magena, right around 30 kilometers from Kisii town. Ms Muthiga now says she reprimands her choice of denying her young ladies the chance to go to the entombment of their cousin who was covered in Meru on Friday.

As per Muthiga, her little girls would be alive had she permitted them to go to the internment. She described how she persuaded her little girls not to go to the internment of their cousin in Meru.

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She said that her little girls were excessively near their late cousin and the family felt it would not have been anything but difficult to control them.
Evidently, Morangi’s keep going social overhaul on Facebook was on the demise of their cousin Abel Ndirangu, whom she portrayed as a sibling and companion.

Muthiga said the two young ladies educated her of their arrangements to go to
Kisii to go to a companion’s gathering yet she didn’t know the particular spot where the gathering was to be held.

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