Today, Kiambu County as a whole has been thrown into a deep mourning after death takes one of their own. The pandemic Covid-19 has continued being a disaster to the whole world but thanks to the government for bringing the vaccine into our country.Following reports made by a popular Kenyan blogger called Robert Alai, Kiambu County member of the county assembly Eliud Ngugi has today passed on after succumbing to the pandemic Covid-19. He was taken to Kenyatta University referral hospital last week on Tuesday after he was diagnosed with the CoronavirusIt is such a pain for the members of the county assembly and also to the Kiambu County as a whole for losing such an aspiring mind and iconic person. Kenyans on twitter have gone ahead expressing their deep concern on the matter by giving their opinions and condolences on the whole matter. Find the source attached belowMay his soul rest in eternal peace it is a big loss to all Kenyans, condolences to the family.
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