Kakamega, 04 March, 2022 / 9:25 pm (ACI Africa).
Itando Mission Hospital of the Catholic Diocese of Kakamega in Kenya where Sr. Sunita Conceicao Eusebia Colaco served until her death in a road accident is to be named after the Indian-born Catholic Nun, Bishop Joseph Obanyi Sagwe has said.
Bishop Obanyi made the announcement during the Funeral Mass of the Nun and said that her spirit and faith will remain with the people of God in the mission hospital and the community.
“I now say that this mission of hope will take the name of Sr. Sunita. Her name, her spirit and her faith will be here to inspire us and the generations to come of the great things God can do for his servants like Sister Sunita,” the Local Ordinary of Kakamega Diocese said.
Sr. Sunita served as a nurse at Itando Mission Hospital until February 23 when she died in a road accident along Kenya’s Kisumu-Kakamega Road.
The member of the Congregation of the Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate (FSI) of the Kenya-Uganda delegation was born on 22 October 1972 in India’s Catholic Archdiocese of Goa and Daman.