Death,not only cruel to those it takes,but to those left with stinging memories. Kenyans are heaved into mourning after the untimely demise of the founder of Mololine Services limited .The late known as Kibera Muchai was a successful business man who had alot of good relationships with his customers.The sad news was posted earlier today in facebook in a page called "The Nyeri Muhoro news hub".According to the source,The late Kibera Muchai passed on while receiving treatment in hospital.
Kenyans took to the media and eulogized the late Mr Muchai who was a joyfull and hardworking man that was loved by everyone.He was a humble and industrious young entrepreneur who had alot of dreams in life.His demise was a shock to all and sundry since he was a healthy person and no one knew he was ailing.His body was taken to the morgue awaiting autopsy to reveal the cause of his death.
Opera union also wishes to send our heartfelt condolences to the relatives and friends .May his soul rest in eternal peace.We pray that his family finds strength during this trying time.Feel free to share, comment and follow for more news updates.
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