Emmy's Message To Guilty Brother

Her sorrows don't seem to end

By  | Apr 30, 2021, 12:26 PM  | Top of The

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Emmy Kosgei has undergone a huge loss after a huge loss all in a span of two weeks.

After recently losing her sisters to illnesses, its been revealed that her brother Meshak Kipkoech will be sent to jail for the death of a 6-year-old Birion Kinda due to reckless driving on 2017, Christmas day. The boy was with his big sister going to get some items from a kiosk across the road. A short moment later, (possibly in an attempt to run) he also knocked over and injured a man on his motorcycle.
Mr. Meshack will be serving a term of 5 years in jail, particularly because this is a repeat offense.
In 2008 Mr. Meshak also killed Mr. Andrew Cheruiyot in a gruesome road accident and was only ordered to pay the family less than a million Kenyan shilling for damages, lifting the jail term in the process
Just a day ago, Emmy had taken to her Instagram account to send some love to her brother

She captioned it
"❤❤❤ in my heart and mind my blood!
Much love. "

Not only that, a few days ago, taking to her social media account, Emmy revealed that she was saddened to receive the news about the death of her two beloved sisters.
"Just saddened since I received the news that you are no more!😭 we chatted and prayed a few days ago we were very optimistic and full of faith that you will pull through...😪😔 you were very special to me and many other people .. thank you for holding my hand ... for cheering me! You and your wonderful sisters are amazing human beings...My prayers and condolences to her excellency @sarahtunai #saima and you entire family, the Boits and my fellow Daughters of Baringo #DOB 😭 mutyo missing .. rest in power my dearest senge @famboit you've gone to join #clad rest at the bosom of our lord. we are truelly living on borrowed time!" the Subiri hitmaker said.
Fans joined in overwhelming sadness with Emmy then, but what they have to say to her reckless driving brother may not be as warm and kind. 
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