Moses Kuria Mourns Late Juja MP in a Special Way Recalling How He Helped Him in 2014
By GlobalThirdEye | self meida writer
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Following the sudden demise of Juja constituency MP Francis Munyua Waititu, members of various political divides have shown up to mourn and stand with the family of the late lawmaker.
Hon Francis Munyua Waititu was first elected in the year 2013 under the ruling party, Jubilee. According to indisputable reports, the late honourable member has been battling brain cancer since his re-election in 2017.
Confirming the sad news last night, the Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi described the deceased MP as a progressive lawmaker. Francis died on Monday evening while receiving treatment at MP Shah Hospital in Nairobi.
While expressing his sincere condolences to the bereaved family, Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has specially mourned Francis as a close true friend who was always ready to help his friends in achieving their dreams.
According to Kuria, Francis remains a special friend for he was the only sitting MP who campaigned for him during the 2014 Gatundu South by-election.
"Hon Francis Munyua Waititu ‘Wakapay’ was a very dear and close friend. When I vied for the Gatundu South seat in the 2014 by-elections Wakapay was the only sitting MP to defy all odds to come out and openly campaign for me. Rest in Peace my brother Wakapay", his tweet reads.End.
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