On this day November 15th year 1965, the then Minister for Home Affairs the late Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi with the Permanent Secretary for Industry Kenneth Matiba visited Alliance Boys High School for an award event. The school school student who was receiving an award by that time was Amos Wako, who was studying at the institution. The late president Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi was even the one who presented the award to him.
Nearly three decades later, on July 4th in the year 1990, Moi being the president, Amos Wako- the Alliance Boys High School Student, was the Attorney General and the initial Permanent Secretary for Industry Kenneth Matiba was detained by the two.
A very rare picture emerged and netizens could not take it that easily and kept on criticizing them. This is a great lesson to all of those who look down on others and see them as inferior,they should know that nothing is permanent and changes occur. A clear indication being the shared story.
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