The family of the former Kajiado South Member of Parliament Hon. Philip Sing'aru has this morning been thrown into deep mourning after losing their son Ezekiel Samperu Lampat Sing'aru to an illness. According to the deceased brother John Parit Ole Sing'aru who has confirmed the heartbreaking news, Ezekiel Samperu passed on after ailing for sometime.
"It is profound shock and sadness to inform you of the death of our brother Ezekiel Samperu Lampat Singaru which occured after a Short Illness. He was the Second born son of our Patriarch and former Kajiado South MP, Hon.Philip Sing'aru," John Parit reports.
According to Parit, the burial preparations will kick off today at their father's home which is just nest to Loitokkitok Police Station in Kajiado county as they plan to announce the official burial day today.
The deceased is the second born of Hon. Philip Sing'aru who served Kajiado South as their MP during the era of late President Moi.
The ex-MP's son John Parit is now eyeing the same Kajiado South parliamentary seat under the Jubilee Party ticket, seat that is currently held by Kajiado gubernatorial candidate Katoo Ole Metito. May the soul of the departed rest in peace.
Various people have stormed to Hon. John Parit's media timeline to extend their sincere condolences to his family.
@Florence Blessing; My heartfelt condolences mheshimiwa It shall be well.
@Kajuju Kimathi; My sincere condolences to you and your family. May God strengthen you.
@James Ngugi; Very sad news but we humbly accept God's will. We join you as as you mourn your brother. We will walk with you.
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