It is with great relief that we announce that the families of the Kenyan ladies that had been found dead in their homes have been found.
The family of Margaret Kalunde Grünke were informed and will be coming to Germany to finalise on the burial details. Margaret was found in her home in Rostock on 17th December, but no next of kin had been found by the time the story aired on Mkenya. You can read the story here: Kenyan lady found dead in her home in Rostock.
The family of the other lady, Munira Hussein, has also been found and informed of her passing. Munira was found in her home in Henningsdorf, earlier this month. The family has decided to have her laid to rest here in Germany. The Kenyan community in and around Berlin are organising to meet and contribute for the family. A condolence book has been opened at the Cameroon Kenya Tropical Club at Föhrerstraße 9 in Berlin. If you would like to join with them there will be a meeting on Friday evening as well. You can read her story: Kenyan lady found dead in her home in Henningsdorf and Pictures of Munira Hussein released by the police.
We thank you all for sharing the stories and helping find the relatives. Even if they won’t get to be buried in Kenya, at least the families will be aware of what happened to their daughters.
To Munira and Margaret, may your souls rest in eternal peace. Fare thee well.