Kenyans have been thrown into deep mourning following an heartbreaking news about death of a gallant soldier that have spread early this morning.
The highly ranked officer by name Mr ng'eno is said to have passed yesterday on wajir highway following a grisly road accident.
"So sad to loose a galant officer. Mr ng'eno of QRT was the one driving the land cruiser that involved in the accident in Wajir on 10-04-2021. Rest in peace sir." Wrote the admin.Ng'eno was a wise man who usually advised his juniors along side been s jovial guy who cracked jokes with them occasionally.
Those who worked with him didn't fail to express why they'd miss his company and jokes.
Jarlly Kirui, " Can't believe this...Ng'eno! Worked with you in China Wi yu as plant operator and later joined the service. Brown division member brown 2018. Pole sana.."
Shee wambui, "ooh God spare please us now. this is too much. Rest well bro."
Adrew Ekai, " I can't imagine missing your company jokes and advice waah words are not enough to express my feelings but pumbika vyema."
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