Deep sorrow was ordered for the interior cabinet minister. The death of Francis Kiambi Matanka, a Tharaka Nithi businessman who later became a vociferous politician, has Kindiki Kithure feeling sorrow despite the fact that they were rivals in the 2017 Tharaka Nithi Senate campaign.
According to CS Kindiki Kithure, Matanka is a legendary businessman who not only created a faultless corporate empire but also served as an inspiration to a new generation of up-and-coming entrepreneurs throughout the entire nation. Matanka was discovered dead earlier today in his luxurious house in Nairobi.
According to the Interior CS, Matanka was a courageous and unselfish leader whose kindness will be sorely missed. During Uhuru Kenyatta's visit to Tharaka Nithi in 2017, Matanka was taking a boda boda to rapidly go to his private chopper, which was parked a few kilometers away when he had an accident.
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