Hon Susan Kihika who is the current Senator for Nakuru county, and also a close ally to Deputy President William Samoei Ruto attended a Send Off ceremony in Nakuru County, mourned over Sudden demise of David Kibira Muchai. (Courtesy photo)
According to her recent post, she hailed the late Muchai as a reflection of growth from the bottom of the economic pyramid.
Perhaps, she stated that he is a story of resilience, a story that gives hope that anyone can start from the lowest level and rise to the top of the economic ladder.(Courtesy photo)
She added that as they laid him to rest on Tuesday at his home in Elburgon, they celebrated Kibira as a visionary team player and focused leader whose vision created an exemplary business model that revolutionised the public transport sector.
She said Kibira has left a legacy that will live long after him; he empowered Many in the community in addition to contributing to the social and religious growth of Elburgon and beyond.
She said to the family, friends and colleagues, they prayed the good lord will give them the strength to bear the huge loss.Her post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them joined her in mourning the sudden death of David Kibira Muchai. They further prayed for the family and relatives at this hardest time in the history of their life. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, comments and don't forget to share widely
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