Life usually comes with different news, sometimes it comes with good news while at other times it might come with bad news.Today,the Kenyan president his Excellency Uhuru Mwigai Kenyatta has woken up with a sad news of the death of professor Richard Samson Odingo.
Professor Odingo known to have worked as the vice chairman of the intergovernmental panel on climate change (IPCC) when the United Nations institution was awarded the Nobel peace prize in the year 2007 where he worked for a period of eleven years.
President Kenyatta has sent a message of condolence to the family, relatives and friends of professor Richard Samson Odingo.In his message of comfort and encouragement, president Kenyatta has mourned professor Odingo as a Kenyan scientist who helped raised the country's profile internationally through his contribution to the global action through climate change,whom as well won different global prizes.
May his soul rest in everlasting peace.
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