Rumours of Charles njonjo's death started hitting airwaves yesterday evening in the streets of social media as politicians and Kenyans went out to give their messages of condolences.
It could not be further from the truth, Reports emerging from the family suggest that the first attorney general of independent Kenya is still alive and kicking.
In a message sent to newsrooms, Njonjo said that he is well and enjoying utamaduni day at home adding that Reports of his death are greatly exaggerated.
He would however fall out later with president Moi in early 80s and was removed from government.
The Duke of Kabeteshire's marriage was dramatic in that he really remained a bachelor for long as he 'waited for the beautiful ones to be born'.
According to Standard, njonjo married because of pressure from kenyatta who was uncomfortable with a bachelor AG.
However, in an interview, njonjo revealed that he married late because he hadn't got the best partner of his liking.
Njonjo was born in 1920 and has three children namely wairimu, Mary and Josiah David.
Njonjo and his wife Magaret at daughter wairimu's wedding.
Social media has once again been put on notice for 'Killing' an individual who is at his home enjoying long life.
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