Kenyans In Mourning After The Death Of Former Minister And MP Simeon Nyachae.
As can be confirmed by the people's Daily Newspaper, the former minister during president Kibaki's regime, Simeon Nyacha has passed on at Nairobi Hospital and his body has been transferred to the Lee Funeral Home. His death comes after he battled a long time illness that made him to be admitted at the Nairobi Hospital for treatment.
The minister who was born in the year 1932 served as the ministeelr for Agriculture, Finance, Energy and later he served as the minister of Roads under Moi's Government.
Nyachae also served as the member of parliament of Nyaribari Chache Constituecy.
He was one of the most influential political figures from Kisii county and under him, he achieved alot for his people and even the country as a whole since he was a minister too.
Simeon Nyachae has always been at the Nairobi hospital here in Nairobi receiving treatment but today, he breathed his last and his body is currently at the Lee Funeral Home.
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