Shared via Facebook on June 4, the photo captured the sad moment Makokha sought Purity Wambui’s casket alongside his longtime friend Ondiek Nyuka Kwota.

In the photo, Makokha, Ondiek Nyuka Kwota, and an unidentified woman pose outside a casket shop.

Behind them, two premium caskets made of veneered fine wood, detailed finishings, and brass fittings can be seen. Ondiek Nyuka Kwota captioned the photo:

“Say a word of encouragement to Matayo Keya, aka Makokha Makacha.”

Details and date of Wambui’s burial are yet to be announced.

Social media users sent their thoughts and prayers to Makokha during this difficult time.

Krisstopha Charlose: “May our Lord give you strength and comfort during these hard times, brother. May His Grace cover the entire family.”

Alex Bett: “Praying for your strength.” Kinyua Wa Machina: “Makokha, you made us laugh in our childhood; you made us laugh in adulthood. You are one of the entertainers who have been present our whole lives. You are smiling, but you are in unbearable pain. Please know that we are sorry for your loss, and we are saddened that you had to lose the love of your life.”

Jonathan Kibarar: “May the almighty God strengthen him and his family at this difficult moment, and may the soul of his beloved wife rest in peace.”

Kate Irungu: “Our sincere condolences, Makokha. May God grant you strength and great peace during this trying time.”

Godfrey Mwakio: “So sad. May God give you strength during this trying moment.”

Sam Akisam: “Be strong. Be encouraged. Be comforted in the Lord.”

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