Kisii County Brought To A Standstill As Nyachae's Body Arrives Ahead Of The Burial Tomorrow
By FourOneOne | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 5562 views
The body of the late ex-minister and Kisii Kingpin Hon Simeon Nyachae has arrived in Kisii county today ahead of the burial tomorrow. The body has arrived in a military chopper at the Kisii school. Several leaders including Kisii county governor were present to receive the body of the late Nyachae.
The body is heading to his rural home in Nyaribati Chache Constituency where a short service is expected to be conducted.
The burial is slated for tomorrow Monday February 2021. It will be held at the Kisii Stadium where several leaders including the president are expected to attend. The ODM leader and DP Ruto are also expected to attend the burial.
The people if Kisii has taken to the roadsides to witness as the body of their leader is taken to his home. Nyachae will be remembered for his peace-loving nature and development track record as well as the many years of service as a top government official. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
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