Catherine Kasavuli's only child Martin is still affected by the death of his mother nearly three weeks after the veteran journalist was laid to rest.
Martin says he thought the pain of losing his mother could get easier as time went by but unfortunately it did not.
He added his late mother was the best mom a son could ask for in so many ways.
"Not a day goes by that you are not missed. I thought it might get easier as time went by, but it does not. I do not know how to come to terms with reality, but I know that you, for sure, are the best mother a son could ask for in so many ways," Martin Kasavuli wrote on his late mother's Instagram account.
"You saw beauty in everything in life; you were a very simple-minded human being. You were the best person morally that I have ever known. You taught us how to live life to the fullest. I promise to keep your legacy," he added.
Kasavuli was laid to rest on January 14, 2023, in Vihiga county.
The celebrated journalist died on December 29, 2022, aged 60 at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) after battling cervical cancer.
She had been admitted in hospital since October 26, 2022.
In November, colleagues and friends in the media industry mobilised people to donate blood for urgent transfusion after she was admitted at KNH.
Kasavuli's employer KBC appealed for blood donation as she is admitted to Kenyatta hospital's Private wing.
President William Ruto waived the hospital bill incurred by the late veteran journalist while she was admitted in hospital.