Join us today for the Virtual Memorial Service
From 5:30PM (EAT) | 9:30AM (EST)
Saturday 21st November 2020

Mama Victoria
Mercy Nyaithiru

Sunrise: November 16th, 1943
Sunset: November 14th, 2020

Celebration of Life

2 Timothy 4:7-8

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Henceforth there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will award to me on that Day, and not only to me but also to all who have loved his appearing.”

Your mother is always with you…

She’s the whisper of the leaves as you walk down the street. She’s the smell of bleach in your freshly laundered socks. She’s the cool hand on your brow when you’re not well. Your mother lives inside your laughter. She’s crystallized in every tear drop…


The family wishes to express sincere gratitude to all those who have supported us during this time of loss.

– The Family


“Mama Victoria Nyaithiru was a God fearing woman who believed that ultimately all good things are the result of a life of honesty, faith and hard work.

The Head of State said the late Mama Nyaithiru’s importance to society and the country is reflected in her children’s contribution to Kenya’s socio-economic transformation.

“She loved her family and was fiercely protective of her children, raising them on a value-based upbringing which is reflected in their successful lives.

“Certainly we can see the fruits of her keen parenting through her children some of whom are prominent leaders of our times,”

H.E. President Uhuru Kenyatta


Mama Victoria represented a thousand rays of sunshine, always radiating love, warmth and inspiration to those around her. She was a compassionate and gentle person who represented the greatest qualities of a mother. Every time one spent time with her, they left feeling fully nourished and doted on. She was a joy, she gave joy and now, God has given her the joy and peace that she spread so selflessly and beautifully here on earth. We will miss her ever so dearly.

My deepest thoughts and prayers are with my friend and sister, Njoki, Angie, Tony, and the entire family. May God continue to give you comfort and peace that surpasses all understanding.

Amina Mohamed

My condolences to you my friend and sister Lady Justice Njoki Ndungu and to your entire family. I know the sight of your mums empty chair rocks up all manner of emotions. Hold on to the rocks of good memories to give you the strength needed to take down the painful rocks that come with loss of a dear one. #RIPVictoriaMercyNyaithiru

Rest in Peace Mum.Your Journey here is done.Your legacy is complete.

Pole sana Justice Njoki and your entire family.
God gives and God taketh away. May her beautiful soul rest in eternal bliss.

My family and I, send our Sincerest and heartfelt condolences.
May the Lord Almighty rest her Soul in eternal peace.
Fare the well Mama Njoki

A mother’s love is infinity. She dwells in each of you in that special place that is heart, love and life. May God envelope you with comfort and love. Please accept my deepest condolences.

We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Aunty Victoria, as she holds a special place in our hearts. Our late sister Caroline, Evelyn and Jaine were her flowergirls during her wedding in Portsmouth, England. She was the most beautiful bride we had ever seen. We remember her for her grace, charm, immense love for her family and strong faith in God.
To our Mum, she was the young sister she never had. We recall many a visit when Aunty Victoria and Mum would talk for hours on end.
Our heartfelt condolences to Aunty’s family.
May she rest in eternal peace.
Joe, Evelyn, Jaine, Angie and Aida

I send my sincere condolences to the family and friends of my dear friend and client Vicky as I fondly called her. I share with you the loss of a wonderful and warm person who brought laughter and joy to everyone she met their status notwthstanding. Vicky trusted me as a young lawyer to represent her in very difficult family disputes. As we navigated that difficult legal terrain, I came to admire her strength in character which was deeply rooted in her faith in God. She always reminded me Justice flows like a river no matter the obstacles put on the way it prevails. An excellent woman of God who believed in hard work and claimed and defended what was her due share. Her case was precedent setting and is cited as authority. I admired how she cared and protected her children. Her daughter who you all know was also my friendand compariot in the struggle for human rights Hon Justice Njoki Ndugu was never involved as Vicky did not want her children taking sides with either of the parents. Vicky was a public servant per excellence she served in many institutions before she retired and relocated to the US. She was a woman of courage that was demonstrated in the way she stoically battled her illness. She enjoyed every moment of her life which she lived to the fullest. My only regret is that I had not fufiled my promise to visit her in the US. Untill we meet again Rest in God’s peace untill we meet again Rest in love and power. May God continue to bless and comfort your dear family.

With Sincere and Deepest Sympathy
In the Loss of your Mother. Her life is your legacy, her love was her gift and your precious memories of her are the Comfort you’ll treasure and keep in your heart forever. RIPüíî‚ù§üôèüôè

Praise and Glory to the Lord

Will keep you in our prayer during this sad moments .You are agreate inspiration to us through your children that we have interructed with and whom are more than friends but a family(Tonny). Mum fair thee well.

Njoki, Tony, Angie and kids. My deepest sympathy for the loss of your dear Mom, who was a friend and sister not just to me, but to many other. I will always remember her smile, her compassion and selflessness. She was a beautiful jewel and an angel on earth. I grieve with you and pray that God will give you strength, peace and comfort. You were blessed with a mother whose goodness was beyond the standards of this world. Cherish the memories.
You remain in my thoughts and prayers always.
Love, Auntie Anne Kibutu

Wa Tata – Ngai ni mwega niakuninirie ruo – Huruka wega weterere ‘thombe yaku iria oigeirwo ng’emu muno iri kiheo giaku kia wira muthaka na muingi muno – Huruka thayo wa tene na tene

Our dear sister and classmate Njoki and your family, we wish express our deepest condolences on the demise of your mum Victoria Nyaithiru. May she rest in peace safe in the arms of Jesus. And may the Lord give you his comfort and strength at this time. Remember you can do all things in Him who strengthens you. Phil 4:13

Mercy Buku on behalf of Law Class 88

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