Neclo Sangwe is the deputy Clerk in the County Assembly.
Speaker Elisha Osaro confirming the matter said that he died after a very short illness at Agha khan Hospital. The speaker has said that Neclo Sangwe was a committed and dedicated person to his work.
Mr. Oraro has informed Kenyans that he was also an archbishop at Legio Maria in Kisumu.
"We have lost an elder who was a source of inspiration to many and who ably played the role of a counsellor and mediator in the assembly," said Mr Oraro.
Mr. Oraro has sent his condolences messages to the county assembly of Kisumu and said that he will surely miss him.
He was also a PhD holder in the University of Nairobi and so the country has lost a very educated person.
May God be with the family and friends of the clerk. May his soul rest in peace.
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