Monica-A famous Tanzanian Salonist In Sweden Is Dead…

Posted on October 4, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Stockholm has lost one of the most prominent well known founder of Afro hair saloon.Monica the owner of an African salong that was situated in Fridhemsplan died yesterday at her home after suffering from cancer for a long time.Monica was well known to both Kenyans and Tanzanians and maybe the entire Stockholm community for her passion,talent and good heart.She is the sister of Devota and Julia,a sister in- law to Freddy nice and an aunt to Jonathan, all from Tanzania but do reside in Sweden.God gives and God takes,she is gone and we are to follow…May she REST IN PEACE!! RING 0768636248  for more info and to send your condolences.

Clay Onyango.

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6 Responses to “Monica-A famous Tanzanian Salonist In Sweden Is Dead…”

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Sleeping With Angels…..
Living With God..,She passed through glory’s morning gate and walked in paradise
she shall live in the hearts of those who loved her and will thus never die or be forgotten Her heart was pure and filled with joy and As long as we live,they too shall live,for she was a part of us,as we remember her..Till we meet again God rest her soul.

Rest in heavenly peace Monica.I met you on a few very serious social forums,l would say ,you had the spirit ,of a good fight.
En Wuod Luo
Tonny

Funeral’s goin to be next wednesday 13th okt at kl 10 in skogskykogården.

Rest in perfect peace my Angel….In my heart I will forever hold and keep you. Kisses, Kisses, Kisses

Monicah, Rest in Peace. We had something special between us, whenever I called you to book time for my hair, you always called me Mpenzi and that is what i miss most about you and I always called you Moniq, or dada yangu. I feel privileged, blessed and happy to have known you. We always laughed and never missed to have a joke between us. Rest in Peace Moniq, you will always hold a special place in my heart.

mungu amweke mahali pema she was a nice humble lady


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