Kikuyu gospel singer Ruth Sammy death
Kikuyu gospel singer Ruth Sammy.
 

Ruth Sammy, an up-and-coming gospel artist from Kikuyu, has passed away.  On his Facebook page, preacher Ben Kiengei shared the unfortunate news with the online community.


As recently as three days ago, Pastor Ben reported that Ruth Sammy was in good health.


He referred to her as a relative, but he did not disclose the reason for her passing away; however, the family said he had been depressed silently.


"My deepest condolences to your family, Mwari wa Gathungu, from my cousin Ruth Sammy How is it that you were in perfect health only three days ago? Kairitu gaitù niwathi tene. May you sleep well, our kid." Wrote Pastor Ben.


 

The song "Thengiu Aciari," which Ruth Sammy is famous for performing, is an expression of gratitude to one's parents. 'Roho wa Uiru' and 'Kirigiriro' are only a few of her other tunes. Each song conveyed a moral lesson in its own unique way.


She had accumulated 13 thousand followers on her Facebook page and often engaged in conversation with her audience there.


Her friends and coworkers, many of whom are still struggling to come to grips with the devastating news, have been mourning her passing.


Phene Mwangi junior posted on Facebook that Ruth had put forth a lot of effort to improve her life, but unfortunately, she passed away at such a young age.


"This is Ruth Sammy. What exactly is the point of living? Putting up so much effort to improve one's life, only to pass away at such a young age in the process.


"I have made an effort to picture things, but I have not yet come to terms with the fact that you are no longer here. A soul with so much potential has passed away without completing their life's work," Phene said.


On the other side, philanthropist Alice Maureen said that Ruth Sammy had a little son left behind when she passed away.


"What does it mean to live? A small baby has lost another part of his soul. Lord, let not die and leave our children in helplessness.


"This is going to be so painful to type. Kairitu, which is what we generally call each other, may you finally find peace. Ruth and Sammy, take it easy, " she wrote.


 

Our deepest sympathies go out to her loved ones and friends, and may she finally find the serenity she so well deserved.


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