By Lee Kinyanjui
We celebrate the life of Titus Kithiya (Tito) who passed on last week.
Unlike many people, Tito worked in our morgue (Kwa Jack) and took pride in his work. He worked with great commitment to help grieving families cope with their circumstances. We all build the nation in our own way.
Unknown to many, Tito lived his life to the fullest and did not carry the sorrows of trade to his social sphere.
I recall a few years ago when I found him having a drink with a common friend. I knew his name but we had not met before.
Immediately he was introduced to me, I saw some awe around him. Some mystery that comes with the trade.
Over time, I have come to appreciate the difficult work they do and the stigma that often confronts them. They deserve respect and recognition.
Fare thee well Tito, your life was a testimony of service to mankind.