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Succession Politics Dominate The Burial Service Of Kibira Muchai

Succession politics dominated the burial service of Mololine Services Limited founder Kibira Muchai in Nakuru County as leaders sought to woo voters. 

The ODM Party leader Raila Odinga said he is interested in a collaborative partnership with the Mount Kenya region.

It is only one month since the former Prime minister launched the Azimio la Umoja rallies in Nakuru County. The opposition leader went back to give a final send off to his long-term ally, Kibira Mucha, the founder of Mololine Services Limited.

While speaking to the mourners during the funeral service the ODM Party leader said that institutional corruption was the reason behind Kenya's current woos.

Businessman and Mololine Services Limited founder was buried at his home in Elburgon, Nakuru County.

Muchai lost his life on Tuesday, September 14, at the Nakuru Level Five Hospital where he was receiving treatment after a short illness.

The 63 years-old was mourned as an astute businessman, a defender of the Matatu industry rights and a strong advocate of problems associating with farmers together with players in the timber industry in Molo.

Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui mourned Muchai as a revolutionary man who alongside other directors launched a national brand with over 400 vehicles.

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Kibira Kibira Mucha Mololine Services Limited Nakuru County ODM Party


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