According to a publication by the Standard Newspaper, Simon Nyachae's father, Colonial Chief Musa Nyandusi rose through the heights of success, placing his name in an hitherto of untouched heights in the Kenya's competitive political and entrepreneurship world. It is hypothesised that the renowned chief was the first kisii to own a car and grow coffee.
By holding such a prestigious position during Kenyatta's tenure, Nyandusi was assured of an easy access to a government free land, lucrative business and travel permits and above all, scholarship for his children.
Nyandusi had so many kids that he built them their own school: he tinkered tinkered with Simon Nyachae's birth certificate backdating it three years so that his son could secure a scholarship to the eminent Cambridge University, strategically placed in the heart of England.
So supportive was Nyandusi to his children that he schemed his son's (Simon Nyachae) entry to government upon his return from studying public administration in the year 1964. History records that Nyachae was accorded his letter of appointment as District Commissioner for Nyandarua after landing at Embakasi Airport.
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