As the world celebrates fathers day we take a look at celebrities who have lost their dads in the past years.
These celebrities will not have the pleasure of having their dads with them on this great day.
Gospel singer Kambua Mathu lost her dad, Professor Manundu in 2014.
Professor Manundu was the owner of Tabibu Cures International and had a weekly Sunday morning show on NTV which he used to give health advice.
2. Daddy Owen
Owens father passed away after a sudden cardiac arrest in October 2017.
News about Mzee Mwatia’s death was first shared by singer Daddy Owen, through a statement sent to close friends and relatives.
‘I pray this finds you well, it’s with sadness to inform you that we lost our dad on Saturday night due to a sudden cardiac arrest at our rural home.
It is, therefore, my honor to invite you to a thanksgiving service this Thursday, 12th Oct at the NPC Valley RD 5-7PM.
Keep us in your,’’ read Daddy Owen’s statement.
3. Timeless Noel
Citizen Television presenter Timeless Noel lost his father months ago at a Kisumu hospital.
Until his death, Mr Noel’s father had been in a coma and admitted at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
4. DJ Kalonje
The celebrated spinmaster lost his father following a long illness .
The Kenyan Mix Masters Entertainment’s DJ eulogised his father as an astute man who taught him valuable lessons in life.
“Dear dad, I just want to thank you for everything, you raised us on one principle, love is the answer.
It’s with disbelief and sorry I say goodbye to you. May you rest well. I will take care of Mum for you. Till we meet again,” his post read.
Nairobi governor Mike Sonko lost his dad in 2015 after a longillness.
Sonko had earlier asked Kenyans to pray for his dad before his untimely death.
GOD heal my Dad and all the patients admitted in different hospitals countrywide in the mighty name of JESUS,” Mike Sonko shared earlier.
Not long after that he shared news of his father’s death.
“Dear Kenyans and watu wangu nyote in general I thank each and everyone of you for your prayers during my Dad’s sickness.
We all loved him but GOD loved him more than us. Mzee has just left us.”