Former Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) I Co-chair Dennis Waweru has send a mesage of condolences to the family and friends of David Nganga Ndungi.
The deceased was a renowned musician and comedian.
Through his official Facebook page Waweru described the deceased as a complished music composer.
"Dagoretti South has lost a legend in the arts and entertainment industry.David Nganga Ndungi well known as Old Boy from Uthiru Ruthimitu ward in Gachui. He was an accomplished rhumba guitar player,music composer and actor. He featured in films like Broken guitar,TV series like tabasamu and mashtaka and also featured in the movie the Rise and fall of idi amin as a university student," said Waweru.
Waweru is a staunch supportet of president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration and the Building Bridges Initiative which was recently annulled by the court of appeal judges who termed it as null and void.
He prayer God to comfort his family during this time of mourning.
Kenyans used his post to send their messages of condolences to the family and friends of three deceased.
Anne Njogu says "Gumbaro skull ...our mathiokore...loved it...he really played well together with kairetu gakenia of tageria munyaka...wow...rip,"
Aisha Said wrote "You keep a lot to yourself because it's difficult to find people who understand,"
Harun Maina wrote "Rest in peace entertainment legend. By the way ile tamko Sacco huwa inawasaidia?"
Tonnie "Dennis Waweru How dare you forget "Gumbaro skul" aired at our very own KBC starring as "Mathiokore"? Anyway najua ulipotelea citizen kwa ZORA. Michael Thiru Kiarie confirm.
Chem ka "Reject bbi nonsense,I know Denis ur diverting the attention
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