Ken Walibora was a veteran journalist and writer who died while he was buying building materials, when street urchins attached him. In understandable panic, the renown author and media personality fled from a matatu on Landhies road, that knocked him down.
Sadly, he passed on while waiting to be attended to a public hospital, presumably because 'good hearted persons' had taken his wallet with its wad of cash and his IDs and without his glasses and bloodied, no one recognised Walibora, so he bled to death.
"My brother was a secretive person who hardly spoke of his royalties or investments and 'ombad', please the government to help us trace his royalties." His brother principal Patrick Wafula described the late writer.
During the first commemoration of the death of Prof Ken Walibora in mid-April this year, his brother principal Patrick Wafula described the late brother and writer as a secretive person who hardly spoke of his royalties or investment. During his death Walibora had twice had set books, like 'Kidagaa Kimemwozea' and 'Siku Njema'.
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