Mwai Kibaki is the former president of Kenya. As the third president, Kibaki ruled Kenya for two terms, that is from 2002 to 2013 before retiring. He is remembered as one of the best leaders Kenya ever had. He was married to Lucy Kibaki who passed on 2016.
Today Kibaki is celebrating his 89th birthday. He was born on 15th November 1931. He has four children and several grandchildren. Kibaki still looks healthy despite his age. Today Kenyans have joined his family wishing him a happy birthday. Many Kenyans have remembered his leadership skills while celebrating his birthday.
His grandchildren have not been left behind. Mwai Kibaki Junior and his younger sibling Sean Andrew celebrated their grand father's birthday by penning him cute messages. Sean's message was "may hardwork and justice always cement our bonds of unity that we may get our country back to production. " He also shared their photo.
Kibaki Junior birthday message was 'happy birthday G. O. A. T."
We wish Kibaki a healthy new journey of his life as he turns 89.
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