President Uhuru sends this generous contribution to family of Mighty Salim during his send-off
By #Hotnews | self meida writer
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The famous Kikuyu Musician Timothy Njuguna alias MightySalim who succumbed last week following kidney failure was rested in his home town Subukia constituency in Nakuru county on Tuesday the 2nd of February. The ceremony was attended by his fellow musician s and politicians from different corners.
The Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui was among the politicians present and also notable was the Gatundu member of parliament hon Moses Kuria. While addressing the residents, governor Lee Kinyanjui delivered a message from the president Uhuru Kenyatta who wished to be in event but didn't make it due to other arrangements.
But the president sent a whooping two million kenya shillings as his contribution to the family of the deceased to support the children left behind by Salim. The governor also topped up Ksh.100, 000 to that kitty. Salim had been ailing for quite some time and had also suffered a lot due to lack of money to cater for his medication.
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