Migwi a household name in majority of Kenyans passed on today at dawn leaving Kenyans and his followers in a somber mood.
Bishops, Celebrities, politicians and Kenyans expressed their loss online with majority describing Bishop Migwi as a mentor and a caring friend.
Among celebrities who mourned the fallen bishop include his close friend and bishop Muthee Kiengei. Kiengei who once worked alongside Migwi in the radio industry mourned Migwi as the main reason why he joined priesthood.
Deputy President William Ruto has also sent his condolences to the Bishop’s family and mourned Migwi as a Mentor and friend.
“Bishop Godfrey Migwi was a bold, vocal and powerful spiritual leader with great sense of humour. He was a mentor and a friend with firm pastoral faith that he infused to many of us. We will miss his topical and nourishing sermons,” Part of DP Ruto’s message reads.
Migwi was among the main campaigners of DP Ruto in MT Kenya region and always prayed for the DP and his allies. During the handshake and BBI campaigns, Migwi publicly stated that his support lied with DP Ruto no matter what.
May he rest in Peace.
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