Nandi governor Stephen Sang has send a message of condolences to the family and friends of mama Salome Too.
The deceased was the mother of his staff Sharon Jepkorir.
Speaking during her burial ceremony Sang described the deceased as a hardworking and down to earth individual.
"I want to send a message of condolences to the family and friends of the deceased may God give you strength during this hard time of mourning," said Sang while speaking to the press.
Hen said that the deceased will be missed for her advise whenever the governor needed one.
"Whenever I had a problem is thy asked for her, her demise is not only a big blow to the family but to the people of Nandi County. We pray for strength and healing.RIP Mum," he added.
Sang furthet called on Kenyans to continue following through directives by the Ministry of Health to prevent further spread of coronavirus.
"I want to urge Kenyans to strictly follow the directives by the Ministry of Health such as washing hands before and after every activity, put on facemasks, avoid overcrowded places, observe 1.5 meters social distancing rule and of possible stay at home to prevent further spread of the virus," Sang advised.
Sang who was elected on a Jubilee party ticket is serving his first term in office and he is among the youngest governors in the country.
He is also a staunch supporter of the deputy president William Ruto's 2022 presidential bid.
But his bid has been rubbished by the dynasties who have termed him as corrupt and cannot be trusted with the country's leadership.
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