President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday, May 5 condoled with the family of Police Constable Mary Migwi, who lost her three children and a house help after fire broke out in her house.
President Uhuru’s message and support to the family was delivered by Deputy Inspector General of Police Edward Mbugua.
Mbugua reiterated the commitment by the National Police Service to ensure that Migwi receives the necessary support to help her navigate through the tragedy.
Police constable lost three children, house help in house fire
Mary Migwi, a constable attached to Elementaita Police Post, lost her three daughters namely Leah Njoki-10 years, Teresiah Wanjiru-7 years and Mildred Agal 2 years and a house girl, when fire gutted down her house on the night of May 2, 2021.
The officer had just moved into the rental house in Florex area, Nakuru East, three days ago.
Nakuru East Sub-County Deputy Commander Phanton Analo, confirming the incident, said the three children and the house girl were burnt beyond recognition. “
“This is a difficult and painful experience. PC Mary, it is not easy and my prayers are with you and your family. May God comfort you with peace that surpasses human understanding. I therefore extend my support to ensure the officer is settled and offered the necessary psychosocial assistance.
“The @NPSOfficial_KE is committed to addressing the welfare of Police Officers and their families. I once again offer my heartfelt condolences to the officer, her family, colleagues and friends,” says IG Hillary Mutyambai.