People from Karibiribi in Kiambu county are currently mourning the death of one of their former councilor of Kariminu Ward.
The former councilor who goes by the name Leonard Kibugi is reported to have died after long periods of illness. He was reported to have met his death while receiving treatment on one of the hospital.
Former councilor who is reported to be one of the prominent leaders from the area has left so many people in tears more so if they remember his achievements while he was the councilor and even after his retirement as the councilor.
Many people have reffered to the late as a humble man who did not show his position. Despite being the councillor he was seen to be interacting with the public normally without showing any kind of intimidation.
Some have also remembered the late as one leader who was full of love and was ready to help anybody anytime so long as his attention was called upon.
He has also been remembered for bringing a lot of development in the region during his rain as the councilor of the Kariminu Ward.
Many have showed interest in helping the family in anyway possible as well as praying for the family.
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