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TAITA TAVETA varsity staff and students salute the fallen comrade in an emotional requiem mass.

ON Tuesday, 24th NOVEMBER, the TAITA TAVETA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE held a requiem mass  for the fallen comrade KEVIN ODHIAMBO who passed on in unfortunate circumstances while on an a academic trip. 
a section of the inter-denomination congregation
Virtually all the students and staff assembled at the hall to pay their last respects.
The mass was presided over by Father Lape who pointed out to the congregation that Death may take one of us physically but there was need for people to be more careful so that it doesn’t take any of them spiritually.
Present as well was the the principal Prof. Hamadi Boga and his deputies among other senior and subordinate staff .
students following the proceeding
5O Students-more especially Kevin’s class mates were meant represent their fellow comrades during the burial due on the weekend.
Father Lape, presiding over

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