Nyangenya Job Omanga has thanked supporters who helped by giving support financially and emotionally when they lost a son. On his facebook account he thanked each and everyone of the people who were at the burial ceremony and those on who called him. In his message Hon Nyangenya said he thank the big diaspora group mentioning big States including Minnesota, Texas and New Jersey.
Nyangenya said "This is to thank all friends, sympathizers and
well-wishers who showed solidarity with my family following the demise of our son, Prince Malcolm Omanga Nyangenya in Dallas, Texas, US. We have finished the funeral successfully and I would like to take this opportunity to send my gratitude to friends who turned up to condole with my family during a very difficult moment. I must admit that the emotional support I got from friends, individuals and families during this difficult time was just overwhelming. I just can't single out anyone but I feel obliged to recognize some individuals out of the large selfless group. In this respect, I take this opportunity to thank: the entire Kenyan family in diaspora especially Texas,Gico Intercorg, Minnesota and New Jersey, Egesa FM family, Mama Ida Odinga, Mrs Elizabeth Ongwae, Mtumishi Geoffrey Mogire, Mtumishi Cyprian Nyamwamu Hon. Simon Ogari, Hon Oyongo, Hon Joel Onyancha, Hon Richard N. Tongi, Mary Otara, Joash Maangi, Sen. Janet Ongera, Hon Shem Ondara, Bomachoge Chache fraternity, great men and women from all walks of life who supported us. Thank you all for the great assistance you gave me and family at a time when I was weak and deserving. In these friends, I did learn that in our human relationships, friendship truly does give value to survival during moments of sadness and sorrow. Your presence when I needed you most will last in my memory for a long time to come. Because of circumstances, it might be impossible to name everybody who supported me during the difficult moments. However, I took note of all those who could not be able to be with my family but made phone calls to console me, sent kind SMS messages, emails or sent friends to deliver their condolences. It was a sudden and tragic event which came at very short notice. However, you all came to be with me and my family. We are all very grateful and thank you very much. I can assure you that your prayers and songs of praise reminded me that the soul can, at times, go down on its knees but with support from friends, the strength to move on can, indeed, be
generated for life to continue. My son was
buried on Friday, November 18th 2016 and at the moment, my family is still trying to come to
terms with this great loss. May God bless you all, now and in the future!"
The message has got many likes and commenters. According to the K Africa moderators Nyakora Micah George, Elizaphan BwOoga and Comedian Nyabaro Omosani Anjublaxx the message was so touching that people called to studio commenting about what gives people courage when they are in the same situation. Hon Nyangenya gaki rema ase omonene