•Corazon's burial ceremony is scheduled for Saturday at her family home in Turbo, Eldoret.
•Coazon leaves behind one child.
Family and friends on Friday met at Kenyatta University Funeral Home to view the body of the late journalist Corazon Wafula.
Cora, as her friends fondly referred to her, succumbed to liver failure due to hypothyroidism, a condition she had battled for a long time. She was 32.
Her burial ceremony is scheduled for Saturday at her family home in Turbo, Eldoret. She'll be buried the following day.
Coazon leaves behind one child.
Corazon started her career at Sayari FM in Eldoret as a volunteer before joining the Star as a correspondent, covering the courts.
Though she loved life, she gave her job her all, always careful not to let her private life issues come before her and getting a story for her audience.
“Every time we travelled, Cora always had her laptop on. We’d tell her ‘put away the computer and let's story but she’d say ‘there is this story I’m following, I don’t want it to pass me,'” Winnie, her twin sister, said.
"My mum always told her to try something else, even if it is business because her passion was not yielding much but she was adamant."
The sister said the loss of Corazon was a huge blow to their family after the death of their only brother in May. Their father died in 1998 while they were in Class 4.