Ian Mwendia; popularly known as Omar, a 25-year-old man who represented a bodaboda team during Deputy President William Ruto's visit to Meru County in March has died.
Through his Facebook page, the Deputy President, has mourned Omar as a youth who had major plans and had great dreams for the country.
The DP has noted his meeting with Omar during his visit to Meru County on an empowerment tour of the Mount Kenya region and how ably Omar represented his tem of Boda Boda operators.
Ruto has also recalled how a great life awaited Omar and the grand plans and great dreams for his life, especially his son, Mutugi, whom until his death he wanted to grow up in a country where every opportunity available was within his grasp.
Further, the Hustler Clerk has mourned with Omar's family, his fellow bodaboda riders whom he worked with in Meru as well as friends sending his deep condolence message to them.
"Rest well my Friend and God comfort your Family, the bodaboda riders you hustled with everyday in Meru and all your friends," DP Ruto mourned Omar.
Kenyans have joined the DP in mourning Omar, penning the following messages;
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