Cabinet Secretary, ministry of Investments, Trade and Industry Hon Moses Kuria is mourning after loosing his beloved sister who has been ailing for long.
The former Chama Cha Kazi party leader who vied in the last concluded general elections as the Kiambu governor had been a pillar in forming the Kenya Kwanza government led by President William Ruto and Deputy President William Ruto.
He was one of the ground soldiers who campaigned for the UDA presidential candidate William Ruto from the Mt Kenya region, he is known for taking former president Uhuru Kenyatta head on after the latter supported former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
The ministry of Investments, Trade and Industry CS lost his dear sister today morning while receiving treatment in a city hospital, President William Ruto has led the country in mourning with the Cabinet Secretary's family.
'Our deepest condolences to @HonMoses_Kuria for the loss of your dear sister, Pauline Nyokabi Kuria.
We grieve with your family and pray that the Lord grants you the grace to bear the loss.'
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