William Kabogo, a former governor of Kiambu, released a snapshot of the sympathy letter he wrote to Moses Kuria, the trade cabinet secretary, when his sister passed away.
Pauline Nyokabi, a sister of Kuria, passed away on Saturday, January 15; President William Ruto made the announcement and expressed his sympathies to the CS's family.
The presumed political adversary of Kuria, Kabogo, decided to share the message of consolation he sent him on social media; the former county chief said that most Kenyans had questioned whether he had comforted Kuria.
"Those who have questioned me about it should talk to my brother, @HonMoses Kuria. I did that years ago. Must I publish it online? Just curious. yake Nyokabi mahala pema peponi, Mungu Aiweke Roho "He posted a query on social media.
After the passing of his sister, he publicized their chat to demonstrate that he had sent Kuria a sincere message. Many Kenyans felt he should not have posted their private communication with the CS in the post's comment section.
Below is a screenshot that shows some of the comments
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