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President Uhuru Kenyatta Sends Message To Family Of Abdulle

President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent a message of condolence to the family, relatives and friends of the founder of Dakawou Transporters, Haji Ahmed Nuur Abdulle who passed away.

In his message of comfort and encouragement, the President eulogised Abdulle, 69, as an outstanding entrepreneur and philanthropist who founded and successfully ran East Africa’s largest Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) logistics company, Dakawou Transporters.

The President noticed that through Dakawou Transporters and other financial matters, the late Abdulle had set out work open doors for great many youthful Kenyans. 

"Mr Abdulle was a humble however incredibly dedicated business person who contributed massively to the development of our economy by setting out business open doors for our kin and occupations for a considerable lot of our childhood his coordinations organization and different organizations. 

"Indeed, even as we grieve his demise, we say thanks to God for his productive life particularly his innovative endeavors that empowered him to contribute essentially to our country's financial change," the President grieved Abdulle who is additionally the proprietor of Premier Hospital, one of the biggest private clinical offices in Mombasa. 

Other than his organizations, the late Abdulle was as a serious altruist who cooperated with similar individuals to set up different instructive and strict foundations in Mombasa and somewhere else the nation over.

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