Vioja Mahakamani Judge Wangui Gichomo Sadly Mourns Actor Prosecutor’s Death: “We Will Miss You”
- Vioja Mahakamani judge Wangui Gichomo has penned an emotional tribute to her friend and colleague Gibson Gathu Mbugua
- The Prosecutor as he was famously known, passed on today after battling diabetes for 20 years and a successful kidney transplant
- Wangui referred to him as her dear friend and shared that she will forever miss him and have him in her heart
Veteran Vioja Mahakamani actress Wangui Gichomo who played the role of a no-nonsense judge has mourned her friend Prosecutor Gibson Gathu Mbugua.
Vioja Mahakami judge Wangu Gichomo's tribute
TUKO.co.ke earlier reported the prolific veteran actor had been rushed to Medieval Hospital in Eldoret after he developed complications but went into a coma weeks later.
He breathed his last at the same health facility on Thursday, December 22, and his son announced his death.
However, his colleague, the judge on the Vioja Mahakami programme, mourned him as a dear friend and shared that she will miss him so much.
She posted a photo of herself and the prosecutor in court and captioned it, saying:
“R.I.P my dear friend. Fly high and rest in peace. We will always miss you and forever have you in our hearts.”
The celebrated actor, who had been battling diabetes for over 20 years, launched a public appeal in May to enable him to undergo a kidney transplant which was successfully done in July.
His fellow actor Makhoha also shared a photo of the late actor and captioned it saying:
Netizens have been pouring their condolences to the family of the veteran actor while remembering him for the great things he did to entertain them.
Here are some of the comments from netizens online:
Wuod Min Levin commented:
“Rest in perfect peace sir. People like you made and are still making the world a better place through positive entertainment program.”
Nelson Mwangi said:
“It's a stage in once life, he has done his best.”
Peterson Ekoropus commented:
“Rest in peace you are our hero.”
Paul Antonina Katiambo
“A great Man has bowed! May he rest in eternal peace.”