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njimaforboy

He was truly a great guy. Very caring, gentlemanly
and soft spoken. Abongwa was a likable person, always there to support and comfort others in time of need. Your family and friends will surely miss you. May God comfort your wife and children.
You touched the lifes of so many with your caring ways and attitude. May your soul rest in perfect peace. You were a true friend, father and husband. We will miss you.

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Let us pray and wish the Ndumu Family strength during this tragic time for them.

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abongwa was a great guy guy we all going to miss him.we will always love you,may your soul rest in perfect and may the almighty God comfort your. family.a dieu

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Let us pray and wish the Ndumu Family strength during this tragic time for them.

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May his soul rest in peace and may god bless his family during this difficult time.

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