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CAPA treasurer murdered: Anglican Ink, June 19, 2013 June 20, 2013

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The treasurer of CAPA — the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa  — was murdered last week at her home outside of Nairobi.

The CAPA website reports that on 8 June 2013, Grace Wambua (51) was hacked to death by a farmhand at her Kinaanie farm in Machakos. Local press reports state Ms. Wambua was slashed across her neck and her hands nearly severed as she sought to ward off the blows.

Read it all in Anglican Ink.

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1. Justice - June 20, 2013

She was the host of the Nigerian team led by Archbishop Ben Kwashi, that were there for missions last year. The Guest House under her administration had grown into a world class Christian Retreat Center. Our baggages were misplaced by the airline for a couple of days and she took us out shopping and replaced our basic clothes until we got our things. Strong, focused and radiant with Grace. I just met her on that single trip, but I can’t forget her in a long while. Oh God keep your people! Justice – Nigeria


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