Governor Alfred Mutua Thrown Into Mourning as COVID-19 Strikes Again
By Mandera | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 15641 views
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a very serious headache not only to Kenya but the rest of the world is also reeling from the harsh effect of the disease that continues to wrec havoc.
Just a day ago, Royal media services was thrown into mourning after the death of veteran media personality Ruben Njogu and now, Machakos county Governor Alfred Mutua finds himself in a similar situation.
Taking to social media, the Maendeleo Chap Chap Party leader has announced that COVID-19 has yet again claimed another innocent life in the mould of Senior Wakili Kimani Muhoro who he described as a diligent lawyer.
He further indicated that the departed lawyer was a man with a great sense of humor even as he rightfully pointed out that the country has lost a very good person.
"Covid-19 has claimed yet another great soul - Senior Wakili Kimani Muhoro. He was a diligent lawyer, sharp & with a sense of humor. We have lost a tremendous person. I loved his court presentations. My condolences to his family, friends & legal fraternity. Rest In Peace Wakili," he said.
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