Nyeri County Women Representative Hon. Rahab Mukami has taken to social media to vent her sympathies following the death of a lecturer.
Until his death, Joseph Ndirangu Thomi was a lecturer at Kamwenja TTC.
She has described him as a great friend whom they grew together and shared a lot. In his entire life, he was sedulously dedicated in his work and had people's interests at heart.
She has sent her heartfelt condolences to the family and asked God to strengthen them during this sad moment.
"I have learnt of the death of Mwalimu Joseph Ndirangu Thomi , Lecturer of Kamwenja TTC with shock . He was a great friend whom we grew together and shared lots of experiences. Throughout his life Mr ndirangu aimed at giving the best to everyone around him not forgetting of his much input in the teaching profession.
"My heartfelt condolences goes to the family, friends and relatives of Mr Ndirangu and I pray that may the almighty God give you peace during these tough moments. May his soul rest in eternal peace," she mourned.
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