Kimunya: As Leaders We Are Sorry For Not Following The Covid-19 Protocols, We Have Let Down Kenyans
By GachNews | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 1 views
The National Assembly Majority Leader Amos Kimunya while eulogizing the late Kiambaa lawmaker Paul Koinange pointed out that the Mp was a selfless leader who loved his work and more so was a simple person who easily got along well with everyone.
Kimunya noted that it was sad that the pandemic took his life and added that he was going to be missed by Kiambaa people. He also urged people to forgive them as leaders because they had shown a bad example in observing covid-19 protocols.
The former minister further noted that when he learnt of the demise of the Mp, he felt so bad because Koinange was his friend and they use to interact a lot. He went on to say that the lawmaker was a person who had the people at his heart and was focused in ensuring that they made it in life.
He finally urged the mourners to emulate the good deeds of the legislator and to always uphold his legacy by doing what was right without any fear.
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