The Late Christopher Kirubi was a business magnate in Kenya and among a few billionaires in the country. Chris Kirubi in one way or the other touched the lives of many Kenyans across all the walks of life. Last week, the news of his passing away were received by Kenyans heavy-hearted. The businessman was later laid to rest on Saturday.
The online blogger, Cyprian Nyakundi on Monday went on his twitter account and posted the Late Kirubi's motorcade that bear the initials of his name as the number blades. By just a glance, there is no doubt that the vehicles are worthy multi-million Kenyan money.
Kenyans have reacted to his post majority against Nyakundi who says that everything is vanity. See his post
Chris Kirubi contributed much in Kenyan enterprises and consequently creating job opportunities to Kenyans hence improvement in their lifestyles. However, as a human being, he had his weaknesses and it is not fellow human being to judge rather to pray that his departed soul to receive God's mercy and perpetual light to shine upon him.
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