Properties Allegedly Owned By The Late Politician Simon Nyachae
By Thriftwithalice | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 4524 views
The late Simon Nyachae was a great politician loved by many, his home town is Kisii county, he was born on February 6th, in the year 1932, he passed on on the February of 5th, and his burial will be held on the 15th of February 2021, his church service mass is held today on 11th February at Maxwell SDA Church, Nairobi.
On Other News Simon Nyachae is one of those rich and rich wealthy owners in Kenya, according to the existing reports, the late Simon Nyachae was merged as one on those individuals leading shareholders of the NCBA group with 8.6 million shares, Nyachae also had huge stake in the credit bank.
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