Family of Kenya Medical Training College is mourning the dead of their Principal Doctor Jeremiah Ngomo who died through tragic road accident. Dr Ngomo was the current Principal Kakamega KMTC after he was transferred from Manza Kmtc in Machakos County.
It is said that Dr Ngomo was driving his Toyota voxy motor vehicle from Maai Mahiu towards Narok. He unfortunately collided into a lorry parked by side that had mechanical problems near Suswa Girls Secondary School. Along with him was his colleague who is reported to have died on the spot while Ngomo was rushed to Narok Referral Hospital for immediate treatment but was later reported to have died while undergoing treatment.
Many envied his character especially when it comes to academics as he was always demanding total obedience on matters to class hour. Besides this, he was a member of Christian Union at Kakamega KMTC.
Molex Bwire a lecturer in the institution expressed his anger about the sudden death of Ngomo on her official Facebook account
"My friend, why now? I'm so devastated, how do I even Start to Eulogize you? Daktari, my friend, my mentor and my brother. How will life be without you in KMTC Kakamega? You didn't consider us as your juniors, but your equals. You listened to everyone and served us equally. No was never in your vocabulary, However hopeless a situation was, you always gave hope that things were going to become better., And true to your word, they became better. A man full of faith and love for the Lord, no time did I come to your office and leave without a bible verse. Your young family has lost a Father, KMTC has truly lost such a dedicated worker, I personally have lost a friend, a cheerleader and my principal. I kept hoping it wasn't true until Moses Kepha confirmed to have seen your lifeless body. This is so saaaaaaaad,"Molex wrote.
Many envied him of his character and a mentor to many. Evans Wanjala who was a student at the institution talked about his demise.
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