(Late Kenyan actress, Nana Gichuru. Photo: Cream Vision)
Kenyans took to social media to react to the death of it’s popular actress, film maker and photographer Nana Gichuru who died in a fatal car crash on Tuesday September 22, 2015.
Her death has sparked up mixed reactions as some blame her use of words on social media where she wrote about death in her last days, while others simply feel her death is the will of God.
Before her death, Nana had written stuffs like ‘I would rather be ashes than dust! I would rather that my spark should burn out in a brilliant blaze than it should be stifled by dry-rot. I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom in me in a magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet. The function of man is to live. Not to exist. I shall not waste my days trying to prolong them. I shall use my time’ on social media.
Check out reactions to her death below….
God used words to create the world. We are made in God’s image. Our words are equally powerful #RIPNanaGichuru
— Winnie Thuku-Craig (@thukuwinnie) September 22, 2015
Lesson from Nanas accident, be careful what you post on social media it might determine how people perceive your death. #RIPNanaGichuru — kisauti (@WaKimuyu) September 22, 2015
The story of your passing is heartbreaking, i hope you peacefully rest. My deepest condolences to those who knew her #RIPNanaGichuru
— Eve D’Souza (@evedsouza) September 22, 2015
Drive safe guys. Speed is fun, you feel the rush, but that fun can turn into tragedy in seconds #RIPNanaGichuru — Masaku (@masaku_) September 22, 2015
Another lesson from #RIPNanaGichuru Don’t take any suicidal update on social media lightly the person may be under stress & needs couselling
— Peter Aming’a (@Peter_aminga) September 22, 2015
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Source:: The NET