The family of Kenyan historical musician in Mombasa have been left at a devastating state after the passing of their father for whom they attribute his sickness and later his death to calls from the government offices.
Enock Ondengo, professionally a school teacher was renown in the yester years for his infamous choir Makwigena that was loved by many including his excellency former president Jomo Kenyatta.
One of the most renown songs include " Wimbo wa historia" and another one named "Kenya Yetu".
His daughter narrating the last days of his father said that his dad health started deteriorating days after he received calls from the government instructing him to leave his premises that the state was paying for 6000 monthly topping it up with funding water and electricity bills.
Despite the allegations the acting county commissioner in Mombasa Ronald Mwiwawi has distanced his office from Ondego's daughters assertions saying they are not responsible for sending such messages.
He however said that the national government and the county government are working together in top gear in helping the family in their burial preparations.
Enock Ondengo 88 has left behind 3 widows, six children and Twenty-seven grandchildren. He's would be burried in Vihiga county South of Margoli.
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