James Radido Oduor popularly known as ‘Odu Cobra’, one of the 21 people who were left lifeless during the terror attack at Nairobi’s Dusit D2 complex on January 15th 2019 was finally buried on Saturday at their Ukwala home in Siaya County.
Emotions ran high as mourners gave accounts of their different encounters with the football enthusiast.
Speakers trolled the acts of insecurity facing Kenyans and asked the government to act with speed to curb the menace.
His wife Diana Rose could not hold back her tears as she sobbed most of the time while recounting the ordeal of the DusitD2 complex terror attack.
”I am so deeply pained that I don’t know who will write off the pain for me. But I want pray so that God may give me strength to exceed the loss,” said Rose.
Oduor’s mother Margaret Aluoch also shared her emotional experience since she received the sad news of his death, recalling that little did she know that his son would later turn out to be one of the 21 lives lost in the January 15th incident.
She was entirely saddened by the untimely demise of her son, adding that although the family was going through rough times only God had the will to indemnify them in His own way.
Odu Cobra was among the LG staff in a meeting with the Sports Journalists Association of Kenya officials at the company’s offices, he also ran an influential online football video blog, Wadau TV.
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