There was somber mood at Mbui Nzau area, Kibwezi West in Makueni County as the body of Kalembe Ndile arrived for burial. Barely days ago, his family resisted plans to drape his casket with Wiper Flag at the burial site.
The late former member of parliament succumbed to liver cirrhosis a few weeks ago while undergoing treatment at the hospital. President Uhuru Kenyatta is among the dignitaries expected to attend the ceremony. Other politicians joined the bereaved family to give the fallen hero a decent send-off.
Covid-19 health protocols were strictly adhered to by the members of the public. Opera fraternity wishes to send our deep heartfelt condolences to the family and friends, may his soul rest in eternal peace.
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