On 27th August of 2004, remains to a sad day for our country following the demise of the former Cabinet Secretary and Kisauni Member of Parliament identified as Karisa Maitha. Karisa was known to be contempt man who played a huge role in the government of the former third President of Kenya, Mwai Kibaki.
The former lawmaker was on a trip to Germany and he died while speaking with DW during an interview. Karisa was reported to have been collapsed and died. An autopsy was conducted on his body to know the main cause of his death. Doctors determined that the former lawmaker had developed a heart problems.
Karisa died while he was the Kisauni member of parliament. The by-election was therefore conducted and he was succeeded by Anania Mwaboza.
However, according to many of the politicians, if the politician who died at his 57 would have been alive up to date, he would be a king pin due to his mastery in politics.
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