Azimi La Umoja supporters Mourns Auntie Siza death that striked this morning.Starting last year, death has been striking this countries prominent leaders harshly. Many prominent people have been succumbing thus leaving the Head of state and the nation at large in great pain and things seem to be getting worse as today again, it is just tears and dejection in the former prime minister Raila Odinga's camp after death striking in the morning today, taking away the former prime minister Raila Odinga's ally's aunt.
Today has turned to be a bad day. A dark day to Azimio La Umoja supporters.
"Auntie Siza... you made us be able to go to the movies ... we adjust your clothes as our work life began... your presence at Barsheba house was peace instilling, your calmness and presence always assured... you ensured all went well at all functions." The nominated Mp tweeted.
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