Anne Mokua: The children of the KQ pilot who died in a traffic accident mourn her in a moving tribute

  • The children of the late Anne Mokua, a Kenya Airways pilot who tragically lost her life in a road accident, paid an emotional tribute to their beloved mother
  • Anne Mokua’s daughters, Kendi and Yvette, expressed their grief and precious memories through deeply moving eulogies.
  • Kendi, dealing with the immense loss, shared her pain and confusion in her touching tribute.

In a moving and emotional ceremony, the children of Anne Mokua, a Kenya Airways pilot who tragically lost her life in a road accident, paid tribute to their beloved mother.

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Anne Mokua: The children of the KQ pilot who died in a traffic accident mourn her in a moving tribute
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Anne Mokua’s daughters, Kendi and Yvette, expressed their grief and precious memories, offering a glimpse into the extraordinary bond they shared with their mother.

Kendi, the youngest daughter, opened her tribute with a moving expression of disbelief and sadness.

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“Sam and I never thought that one day we would have to learn to live without you. Little by little we are realizing it. I have so many questions that cannot be answered now, however, as we grow, we will try to answer them.” “I understand why you left in such a hurry.”

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He remembered the joyful, spontaneous moments his mother orchestrated.

“Who’s going to throw the random parties, who’s going to help us with homework, who’s going to take us on a plane to see the world? What about weekend getaways? Isn’t that what every kid wants?” Kendi’s words highlighted the deep void that remains in their lives.

Addressing her father, Kendi urged him to fill the void left by her mother, emphasizing the importance of maintaining her mother’s combination of love and discipline.

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“Dad, you will have to step forward twice. As we do in life, we cannot forget to discipline with love. Threats from time to time of a consequent beating in case we have not done what was expected, we promise to make you proud in the days to come.”

Despite the overwhelming sadness, Kendi found comfort in the memory of her mother’s infectious laughter.

“The feeling of sadness is fueled by your energetic laughter around everyone. Mom, I know you are laughing with the angels. I pray that God gives dad the wisdom to take care of us. We will miss you, mom. Fly with the angels.”

Yvette, the eldest daughter, shared a vivid and heartfelt memory of the special bond she shared with her mother.

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“Hi mom, it’s me, your big baby again. I’ve had so much to say in such a short time, but I’ll tell you the best of it with what I have left,” he began.

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He fondly remembered their quirky and treasured moments, from playing pranks and experimenting with unusual food combinations to renovating their house together.

“Working on Donny’s and renovating the house was the best time: painting walls with you, climbing roofs with you,” Yvette recalled, noting his unique and adventurous spirit.

Yvette also recalled her everyday experiences, such as running errands, surviving traffic jams, and sharing quiet moments at home.

“Driving home after spending the day at Shosho’s and right at six, we will be in Khat keeping an eye on the cars, trucks and proboxes, watching for the flashing lights and crazy speeds and locating each one of them,” he wrote. .

Reflecting on the life lessons her mother taught her, Yvette appreciated how her mother taught her to survive, play sports, and value interpersonal skills.

“If you know me, you know that I enjoyed my sports in high school. And with all the recognition I had to match my bong points, as mom would say, with my interpersonal skills. You taught me to appreciate everyone just as they are already learn from any situation. You were the coolest person I know. I’m glad I grew up with you and under your care,” he concluded.

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Anne Mokua’s untimely death has left a deep void in the lives of her children, who continue to cherish her memory and the legacy of love, adventure and resilience that she instilled in them.

Kendi and Yvette’s tributes not only mourn their loss but also celebrate the beautiful and lasting memories of their extraordinary mother.

Source: TUKO.co.ke