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Boni Khalwale mourns death of wife Adelaide Khalwale

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Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale is mourning the death of his wife Adelaide Khalwale.

Adelaide Khalwale who is the first wife of the Kakamega Senator passed on Saturday morning after developing pulmonary hypertension.

The two have been married for 39 years before she was diagnosed with cervical cancer.

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Boni Khalwale and family began treatment including chemotherapy which was successful.

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Later on, she developed cancer of the blood and she was taken in for treatment again before she was declared cancer-free.

The Senator’s first wife is said to have developed pulmonary hypertension which led to her death on Saturday morning.

Various leaders mourned with the Kakamega Senator wishing his family strength. They described the late Adelaide as a generous wife.

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“Condolences to the family and friends of Hon. @KBonimtetezi for the loss of your wife, Adelaide.

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Mama Adelaide was a pillar in your life, generous and kind. Thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones. Rest in Peace.” Said, DP William Ruto

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.

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