Kenyans have overwhelmingly joined the Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta in mourning the death of yet another politician from the coast region.
In his message, the Head of State has mourned the late MCA as having been a dedicated public servant who always delivered his mandate diligently.
“As a party we have lost a progressive leader who was dedicated to the service of his community. His commitment to improving the lives of wananchi at the grassroots endeared him to many, propelling him to be elected twice to represent Mahoo Ward,” the President said.
The Head of State said Hon Sagurani leaves behind a colorful legacy of transformative development projects that will continue to positively impact residents of Mahoo Ward and Taveta Constituency in general.
Sagurani’s death sums the number of MCA’s who lost their lives in the Taita Taveta county assembly to four.In December, 2019, Nominated MCA Anastacia Wakesho succumbed.
Later, in March 2020, the only elected female MCA Beatrice Mwabili succumbed to gall bladder cancer. She was the only female MCA voted in by Wundanyi-Mbale Ward residents in the 2017 general elections.
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