Death has strike again this time round in president Uhuru Kenyatta's ruling Jubilee Coalition following the announcement of the death of Party Secretary General Raphael Tuju's Mother. Raphael Tuju is the current Jubilee Coalition party Secretary General serving from 2013 to date. He has been a pillar in the running and affairs of the ruling Jubilee Coalition party of Kenya. It has to be noted that Raphael Tuju almost lost his life when he was involved in a grisly accident.
According to reports, Raphael Tuju's Mother, Mama Mary Odiyo Tuju has passed away. It is reported that she passed away while receiving treatment at Nairobi Hospital in Nairobi County, Kenya. Hon Raphael Tuju has not yet addressed the press but it is believed that plans are underway.
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Cabinet Secretary Raphael Tuju, is mourning the death of his mother, Mama Mary Odiyo Tuju. She passed away while undergoing treatment at a Nairobi hospital." Tweeted by Kenyans.co.ke
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