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"Rest in Peace," Kenyans Join President Uhuru Kenyatta in Mourning After His Tuesday Night Message

Kenyans have joined President Uhuru Kenyatta in mourning after he sent a message of condolence to the family, friends and relatives of businessman Sobhagayachand Vidhu Shah who passed away today at a Nairobi hospital.

According to the Head of State, the late Mr Shah, 86, was a prominent Kenyan businessman and entrepreneur, who owns, among other investments, the Sarit Center in Westlands, Nairobi County.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has also described the late Shah, popularly known as Bachubhai, as one of Kenya’s finest and visionary entrepreneurs whose business acumen contributes greatly to the country’s economy.

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Below are messages of condolences from Kenyans.

"Inalilahi Waina Ilahi Rajiun. My heartfelt condolences to the family and friends.May Allah grant her Jannah."Farihah

"oooooh dear lord,the person who wrote this is more than ready,please come for them.🙏🙏🙏🙏"Maina

"May he RIP. Meanwhile kanze Dena before you go home type on State House Kenya wall #STOPLOANINGKENYA ...You will be a legend"Victor

"What message of hope does he have for the residents whose houses were demolished today. And to Kenyans who are suffering depression because of the lock down and his fucked up decisions??!!"Mercy

"Tell Mr. President we can't breathe!!! His leadership is sending many to graves. People can't put food on the table."Victor

"Venye tuko 42 Million si serikali ichukue 50M ipatie kila mtu 1million na hii lockdown alafu ijibakishie 8M ya ufisadi🤭"Jared.

"He should have sent a condolence to the poor family that lost houses in Ruai and Njiru. Kenyattaaaaa your mother is digging your grave."Maina

"I thought Nebbegadnezer was the last hard name to pronounce know I meet another one here, anyway RIP businessman"Simon

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