Several renonwed businessmen have died in this period of COVID19 pandemic. The recent one is Mololine founder Mr. David Kibira Muchai. The wealthy businessman founded the biggest transport company in Nakuru county. He died last weak after a short illness.
Today former prime minister Raila Odinga reunited with Nakuru UDA and Jubilee leaders during the burial ceremony of the late businessman at Molo constituency in Nakuru county. The burial ceremony of the vibrant businessman is underway at his rural home in Molo constituency.
Various issues affecting the county and the larger Mount Kenya region are expected to be addressed in the burial ceremony. Due to the nature of the businesses of the late David Muchai, the current fuel rise will dominate the burial ceremony. Also national and regional politics is set to dominate the burial.
Various leaders from different political parties are attending the burial ceremony. Jubilee leaders are led by Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui and Molo member of parliament Hon. Kimani. UDA allied leaders are led by Nakuru senator Susan Kihika among other leaders. Friends and close relatives to the deceased businessman are also present in the burial.
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