The country is mourning the death of celebrated Bishop and Gospel musician Godfrey Migwi. The reports of his demise broke on Thursday, December 2, and took the Country with a shock owing to how the death occurred so suddenly.
According to a report via Tuko News, the Bishop allegedly succumbed to high blood pressure.
Led by Deputy President William Ruto, Kenyans sent messages of condolences to the family and friends of the bereaved. The DP described him as "a bold, vocal and powerful spiritual leader with great sense of humor." He further added that he will miss his sermons citing his proficiency in pastoral services.
His demise comes a few months after he announced his debut into politics. Migwi officially announced in May this year that he will vie for Mathioya Constituency Parliamentary seat in the forthcoming General Elections.
Until his death, the Bishop was a close ally of the DP and occasionally hosted him at his House of Hope in Nairobi.
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