Kanambo reportedly wrote on his Facebook timeline on Thursday 29th October, saying that he will visit a certain place soon and that he will miss his friends.
“Hey guys kuna place nataka kuenda soon for sure, I will miss you but don’t worry ntakua nakuja kuwasalimia tu, which loosely translates to (Hey guys there is a place I want to go soon for sure I will miss you but don’t worry I will be coming to greet you),” he posted.
The young man had a strong feeling that something was about to happen. After one week, on Thursday 5th November he wished his Facebook friends a Merry Christmas and a Happy new year 2021 in advance whilst promising never to follow a normal calendar.
“Merry Christmas and Happy Year 2021. 1 will not longer adhere to the normal calendar…Doing thing’s on my own,” he explained.
The young man from Tetu, Nyeri County died on Thursday, 17th November 2021, after a 2-day sickness.
His death left internet users in shock as they wondered a young man could have foreseen his death.
“Waaah…he foresaw his death already.. May he rest in peace,’ Njoroge Waruguru wrote.
“Rest in peace and enjoy merry Christmas in heaven with angels,’Ng’ash Mary wrote.
“I cannot imagine it, shine on your way young soul,’ Mbugua Damaa mourned.
In similar news previously reported by NEWSLEXPOINT.com, a disturbing video emerged online in which a lady identified as Mimie Moana was seen crying as she talks about her death weeks before it actually happened.
Moana, a video vixen and fitness coach died in a car accident alongside Zimbabwean tycoon Ginimbi. The fatal crash happened on Sunday, November 8 in Harare.
Mimie Moana was returning home from her birthday party with Ginimbi and two other people before their Rolls Royce crashed and exploded thereafter. She had earlier talked about her death before the accident.
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