Kenyans have overwhelmingly joined in wishing the family of former Cabinet Minister Dalmas Otieno the very best following the death of his daughter.
The information has been made public by the Chief Administrative Secretary in charge in the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise development Hon David Osiany through his social media accounts.
Osiany has described the late as having been a great lady and hence her death is a great loss to not only the family but to those who knew her very well in her prime age.
"Joined the family of Hon. Dalmas Otieno to condole with them following the untimely loss of their daughter Joan. Joan was hearty & exemplary, always cheering up everyone around her. Her demise in her prime age is deeply hurtful. Praying for the parents & siblings to find solace."https://t.co/IKMDBIyP7D
The former presidents Daniel arap Moi and Mwai Kibaki-era minister announced his daughter's passing on via his social media.
"It is a sad morning, Joan has gone to be with the Lord. Fare well daughter," he wrote.
Below are messages of comfort to the family of Dalmas Otieno from Kenyans.
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