For this reason, in a latest report, details of George Kinoti's last words have emerged even as he hands over power to his successor, Dr. Hamisi Masa, who will serve on a temporary basis.
In the rule's report, it is established that upon leaving office, Mr. Kinoti begged forgiveness from those he had done wrong and he forgave those who had wronged him.
“If I have wronged you, please forgive me, for I have also forgiven those who have wronged me,” Kinoti said.
In addition, it has been asserted that when giving his farewell speech, Kinoti said it in a conciliatory tone even when quoting the Bible asking his former colleagues to stick together. In the meantime, what do you think? Share your opinion in the comments section below.
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