The number of death cases that have been reported recently in the country has been alarming especially among our political leaders. A seating governer is currently a victim of such after losing a mother today who succumbed while in sleep. The mother of Bungoma governer Wycliffe Wangamati has been reported dead today. The mother of the governor died in her sleep leaving the family of the Bungoma governer in mourning and the while County of Bungoma who stands in solidarity with the family of their governor.
This incident comes barely a week after several deaths were reported in the country which involves politicians making the country to face a mourning wave. Bungoma governer Wycliffe Wangamati's family has been faced with this sudden occurrence which has claimed the life of their family member and most importantly the mother of the governor. The key cause of the death of the mother is still unknown to this point and will be communicated as soon as possible by the family.
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