Former Ainakboi MP William Chepkat died early this morning after being rushed to a hospital in Nairobi.
A former personal secretary to Nicholas Biwott, a once powerful minister in the late President Moi's former government, has died in hospital.
William Chepkut lost his Ainakboi Constituency seat to the United Democratic Alliance candidate in the August 9 general election.
The family said he complained of swollen leg pain yesterday before being advised to go to hospital. According to reports, it was reported that the former MP was rushed to the hospital and has already died.
William Chepkat, former MP for Ainakboi was rushed to Mediheal hospital in Nairobi at exactly 8.20am this morning where he was pronounced dead. Renowned critical care doctor Chanchal Singh revealed that His Excellency William Chepkat's heart was not beating when he was rushed to hospital this morning. Please let us know your thoughts and impressions about the development.
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