Death has been striking every now and then leaving many people in mourning. Just recently, the people of Tanzania mourned their late former President John Pombe Magufuli, the people of Chad mourned their late President and again today, National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi was left mourning Cameroon deputy speaker of the National Assembly Emilia Lifaka.
Through his official twitter account, speaker Justin Muturi expressed his sadness as he claimed the CPA fraternity has been robbed off a vital cog at it's helm. He went on to claim that the deceased was immensely dedicated and committed to the cause of the association.
"I am deeply saddened by the passing on of Hon. Lifaka. The CPA fraternity has been robbed of a vital cog at its helm, who was immensely dedicated and committed to the cause of the Association.
Deep sympathies from the CPA Africa Region and the @NAssemblyKE." Tweeted Justin Muturi.
May she rest in peace as starts her next life.
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