Aloise Otieng from Busia has left his people in disbelief after he purchased a coffin for himself work Fifty eight thausand. He claimed that it was meant fro his funeral once he died. Aloise claimed that he wanted to have the best coffin for his burial once he died.
Kinyajui was handed the ticket on Sunday, April 17, and will be pitted against George Koimburi, a former buddy of his brother's who won the UDA nominations in Juja. After his elder brother joined Deputy President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance, Aloise expressed interest in running for his brother's Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) party.
A man in Busia aged 87 has elicited mixed reactions online after preparing for his death for a third time while still alive. Aloise Otieng' Ng'ombe, the elderly man, has left netizens in shock after when he bought an expensive coffin for himself in readiness for his death.
On Sunday, April 17, Kinyajui was given the ticket and will face George Koimburi, a former friend of his brother's who won the UDA nominations in Juja. Aloise expressed interest in running for his brother's Chama Cha Kazi (CCK) party after his elder brother joined Deputy President William Ruto's Kenya Kwanza Alliance.
Rebecca as her parents called her the day she was born, she's the daughter to Aloise and Irene. He's father was a great teacher by those days of freedom fighters. She was born in a family of polygamy. In the year 1994 July 7 a bouncing baby boy was born. They named her Rebecca, she was loved as she was the only one named after her great grandmother's native names fully. Her mother got married at the age of 22 to an old and respected 60 years retired teacher. He had other family but the wife was late so he decided