Senior Counsel Kimani Muhoro succumbed to Covid-19 related complications barely two days after he took to social media to ask Kenyans to pray for him.
Kenyans including fellow lawyers, through their Facebook accounts, were shocked by his sudden death.
LSK CEO Mercy Wambua has joined other Kenyans in condoling with the family of Kimani Muhoro. Taking to her Facebook, she eulogized Kimani as a wise and trusted lawyer who mentored and encouraged them.
Simuyu Kuloba Makete, a fellow lawyer has vented his commiserations to the bereaved family, adding that the Law Society has lost a cheerful and decent lawyer who was a friend to many.
"On Monday, Lawyer Kimani Muhoro posted on his Facebook page a plea that we pray for him against the third wave of Covid-19 as he was down. On Wednesday, he succumbed. Pole to the family, friends and relative. As a legal profession, we have lost a cheerful and decent lawyer who was a friend to many," he condoled.
Here are some condolence messages:
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