‘Put off all the lights and rest in peace’ Last words of Kenyan woman found dead in Netherlands

Hours before her death Mercy Wanjiku a woman found dead outside her home in Netherlands  posted a message on Facebook,and its shocking.

Partly the message says

“Leave Everything Behind. Stop working. Stop planning. Stop storing things. Stop keeping treasures. For this world you’re building is not a world it is just a small box. In a big sea.”

Think of how to leave Stop planning ahead Say you are tired All of you. Agree you are tired….Agree on a time.

And put off all the lights and rest in peace.”

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The message has left many wondering  if she had a premonition of her impending death.

Wanjiku had been in the Netherlands for two years after she married Daniel Erhardt in August 2016 and had been communicating with her family.

Speaking about his last moment with his wife and mother to his 6 month old son,David says that.

“My last memory of Shiquo (Wanjiku) is how she was singing and dancing for our son that Saturday evening, when I went to sleep.”

Photos of Kenyan woman found dead in Netherlands

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Kenyans narrate the most dramatic things their mothers did to them

Wanjiku and Erhardt met online through a dating app called Tagged,Narrating how they met on his facebook page Daniel says that

“The first day we chatted we clicked during my first visit in Kenya, I fell totally in love with her.

We went to buy food stood at a butcher and she ordered the meat and spoke in her own language. I stood there understanding nothing and looked around like a tourist.

In a split second her voice changed and a dragon came out after a heated discussion I slowly saw how the butcher got scared, I could read it in his eyes.

We came out of the shop and she was still on fire. I asked what happened inside there and she told me the butcher wanted 50 per cent extra because she was with a Kamau (white person with money).

I was impressed.”

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Photos of Kenyan woman found dead in Netherlands

Kenyans are still reeling in shock after word went round that a Kenyan woman had been found dead at her home in Netherlands.

The star looked so bright for Mercy Wanjiku but she will never see the light of day even as mystery continues to surround her death.

Wanjiku  whose  moniker was Shiquio Muthui was aged 32,Shiquo was the name she used in two music reality shows, Tusker Project Fame and Coke Studio Africa.

She also recorded a popular Christmas song, Mary, did you know?

Kenyans narrate the most dramatic things their mothers did to them

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‘My parents threw me out after finding out I was pregnant’ Celina recalls

Wanjiku’s body was found lying in a ditch outside her house in the Spijkenisse, the Netherlands. A few metres away, her husband and six-month-old son lay asleep.

This information has been brought to light by Wanjiku’s husband Daniel Erhardt, who spoke exclusively to the Star yesterday from the his home in the western Netherlands province of South Holland.

He had been arrested, questioned and released.

Going by her photos it is obvious that Mercy loved life and that she was loved by those around her.

The saddest thing is that her son will never know her mother below are some of her photos that prove that we should learn to love the people God gave us because he will take them back some day.

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