The nation of Kenya continues to feel the pain of covid 19 pandemic in a very hard way. The nation's economy has been destabilized which might take some years to revive it. However, the it has also lost powerful citizens even in the government because of Coronavirus which originated from Wuhan China.
It is indeed sad and heartbreaking morning to learn that covid 19 has claimed the life of Alexander Magelo who was the Masaai leader, former chairperson of Leopard Football Club of Kenya and the former speaker of Nairobi County. According to the information from the family members, honorable Alexander Magelo has been in critical conditions for two weeks. This forced him to be admitted in intensive care unit. It is quite unfortunate that the nation of Kenya has lost him!
Before his death, honorable Alexander had shown his interest of becoming the next president of Football Kenya Federation replacing Mr. Mwendwa. My deepest condolence goes to his family members, the people of Nairobi, AFC team and the entire Masai community in Kenya. May his soul rest in eternity.
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