President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has mourned the daughter to one of Kenya's veteran politicians. ..... who is a daughter to Dedan Kimathi, passes on. Her death was announced by the Dedan Kimathi Foundation.
Dedan Kimathi was one of the key political leaders who fought against the British Colonial rule in Kenya. Dedan Kimathi, started the Mau Mau movement in 1950. He was later captured and killed in 1957 by the colonial government.
“It is unfortunate that we have lost Muthoni Kimathi to the cruel hand of death at a time when her family, especially Mama Mukami Kimathi, needed her the most as a close caregiver,” the President mourned the freedom fighter’s daughter.
The President described the deceased as a family-dedicated person who was committed to taking care of his mother and widow to the late Kimathi. “Muthoni was always beside Mama Mukami Kimathi, taking care of her and ensuring she is well-attended to. Her death is a big blow to Dedan Kimathi’s family, especially to Mama Mukami, and I pray that God gives them comfort during this difficult period,” the President mourned.
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