The Identification(ID) numbers serves as an identification of citizenship, it also gives key information about someone and it is now used for employemwnt purposes to avoid fraud or corruption in Kenya. The Jubilee government is working on the fourth generation IDs whereby all your information will be stored in one single card including your assets and bank accounts.
In his novel,"The animal Farm"George Orwell writes about some animals that are "more equal than others" If way may go by this logical arguement, I would expect to give many accolades to these people.photo:The novel. Charles Njonjo.He was the first Attorney Genera of Kenya .He led the country with dignity untill when politics marred his integrity.His refined spoken English and life style, cut a social notch in Kenya and internationally.photo:Sir Charles Njonjo.
Charles Njonjo is known for his great politics in Kenya more especially for being attorney general as well as minister of constitutional affairs. He is also known for being confidant of former Kenyan president Daniel Moi. In his life, Njonjo is known to love high end things as reflected in his impressive portfolio in real estate and hospitality industry.
The day before Utamaduni day, we woke up with sad news that a former attorney general during Kenyatta era and a powerful minister of constitutional affairs during the Moi era has died. Sir Charles Njonjo otherwise known as the duke of Kabetersire is a notable person in the first two governments since independece.
Among the prestigious funeral homes is Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi which is usually the preference for the high and mighty such as political leaders and wealthy personalities. John Stuart Lee is the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of the funeral home having founded it on 1987. John was raised and educated in Nairobi but afterwards they relocated with his parents to United Kingdom in 1987.
Kenya’s first post-independence Attorney General, Sir Charles Njonjo, has now come out to dismiss reports of his death. Njonjo, in a statement to newsrooms on Sunday, termed the rumors as a great exaggeration.Njonjo, in the delivery, said he is alive and – unassumingly – partaking in his end of the week at home.
Former Nairobi governor Mr. Mike Sonko woke up early today morning and broke sad News concerning the untimely death of former Attorney general Mr. Charles Njonjo. Mike Sonko claimed that Njonjo was suffering and he had been admitted in hospital after short time illness which later on took his life.
Kenya’s first post-independence Attorney General, Sir Charles Njonjo, has now come out to dismiss reports of his death. Njonjo, in a statement to newsrooms on Sunday, termed the rumors as a great exaggeration After his dismissals reports on his death Former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has come out to apologize to Kenyans and the family of Charles Njonjo for the misleading tweet he made that the former attorney General succumbed
Today, Mike Sonko faced the wraths of many Kenyans after he came out publicly to mourn Charles Njonjo yet the former Attorney General was not dead. That is a move that backfired on him but just hours later, the former Nairobi County Governor has been thrown into deep mourning.
Family of Charles Njonjo has come out to dismiss the report on death of the veteran politician. They said the first Attorney general of the Republic of Kenya is well and enjoying his weekend and the report of his death is greatly exaggerated. Sir Charles mugane Njonjo was born in 23/January/1920,1st attorney general of Kenya 1963-1979.He was popularly referred as the ‘duke of kabeteshire’
Former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has on Sunday October 10, 2021 apologised for sharing a misleading post about the ‘death’ of former Attorney General Charles Njonjo. Different reports had flowed online over Njonjo's supposed downfall, with any semblance of the Chief Executive of WildlifeDirect, Paula Kahumbu and previous Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko taking to their foundation to send their sympathies to Njonjo's family.
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has apologized for publishing exaggerated news about Sir. Charles Njonjo. (Photo courtesy) The former governor was among several social media users who took to their platforms on Saturday night to claim that Kenya's first post-independence AG (Attorney General) had succumbed to death.
Charles Njonjo served as the first African attorney general from 1963 to 1979 and later served as the minister of constitutional affairs during the late president Moi's era. He was born in 1920 and is currently 102 years old. Charles Njonjo was reported to have died yesterday, in a Twitter post that belonged to the former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko, at the age of 102 years.
The orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga today attended a church service at AIC church in Naivasha where he was accampanied by some leaders. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, the orange democratic movement party leader Hon Raila Odinga attended a church service with powerful leaders who agreed to work with him in the next general election.
Kenya's first attorney general, Charles Njonjo, has fled to deny reports declaring him dead. Various reports had circulated online for most of Saturday night, on social and local media, claiming that Charles Njonjo had passed away. Along with the likes of Wildlife Direct CEO Paula Kahumbu and former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko, went on their social platforms, to send their condolences to the Njonjo family.
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has apologized for publishing exaggerated news about Sir. Charles Njonjo yesterday that had the former attorney General trending at number one on Kenyan social media platforms. Mike has taken to his Twitter account apologizing to the family of the retired AG for punishing the fake news about Charles' death laying the blame on a close friend of the family who the governor kaims fed him with the news.
Kenyans were yesterday night shocked when news of Charles Njonjo's demise began to spread. Many send their condolence messages to the family of the once powerful Attorney General. This morning, however, the family clarified that their scion was still alive and kicking. They assured the public that the 'Duke of Kabeteshire' was healthy and the news of his death was an exaggeration.
Former Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has on Sunday October 10, 2021 apologised for sharing a misleading post about the ‘death’ of former Attorney General Charles Njonjo. Various reports had circulated online over Njonjo's alleged demise, with the likes of the Chief Executive of WildlifeDirect, Paula Kahumbu and former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko taking to their platforms to send their condolences to Njonjo's family.
Journalist Salim Lone (I/C). Taking to their social media accounts, Salim Lone, who is a close friend to Charles Njonjo and a journalist and Mike Sonko have apologized online for the spread of fake news about his death. The two have sent in their apologies to the members of the public and family " I feel truly awful I posted comments an hour ago about my dear friend Mr Charles Njonjo and his passing.
In Summary. - Charles Njonjo, who is the first Attorney General of Kenya has come out to deny claim of his death. - According to the source, Njonjo is not death and is enjoying weekend at home. The First Kenya's Attorney General, who is identified as Sir Charles Njonjo has refuted claims of his death, terminng it as "exaggerated"