Kenya’s first post-independence Attorney General, Sir Charles Njonjo, has now come out to dismiss reports of his death.
Njonjo, in a statement to newsrooms on Sunday, termed the rumors as a great exaggeration.Njonjo, in the delivery, said he is alive and – unassumingly – partaking in his end of the week at home.
"Reports of my demise have been incredibly overstated. I'm well and partaking in my end of the week at home as we observe Utamaduni Day," he said. Bits of gossip about Njonjo's passing initially hit the roads of web-based media on Saturday evening.
As per the news report that has been shared by Tuko on their Facebook page, bits of hearsay spreading about Njonjo's demise is false and Kenyans have been cautioned on spreading counterfeit passing reports. Njonjos family has asserted that Charles is solid and is observing Utamaduni occasion all together and companions.
He, nonetheless, transgressed after the 1982 upset after he was associated with being essential for the gathering that needed to topple resigned president Daniel Moi. Njonjo left his Cabinet and parliamentary situation after the upset and withdrew to a position of safety life. However he has been to and fro to the spotlight, he is as yet a compelling individual.
He is known for his particular dark pinstriped suits that he purchases from London. In a past meet, the main enduring individual from the country's first freedom Cabinet said his grandkids were his most noteworthy source.
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