Kiambu Constituency Mourns The Loss Of A Great Man
By Flashesofhope | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 2893 views
(Courtesy)Kiambu is today mourning the loss of a great man who has not only left mark to his constituency but also the entire country.
Paul Koinange who was the Mp for Kiambaa succumbed to covid-19 Complecations after receiving treatment in Nairobi. He has been eulogised as a family and community man, who had the interest of his people at heart as it was shown by his second wife when he instructed them to give all KCPE pupils success cards while still in hospital.
With Jeff Koinange being an MC at the event, the first and second wife had a chance to speak and they praised him as a loving father who always wanted the Koinange legacy to be left for years of helping out in educating the less fortunate as well as being a religious family.
He will be greatly missed by his relatives, people who he was leading as well as members of parliament who considered him as a colleague and great friend. May his soul rest in eternal peace.
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