Today the country marked the last rites for the late President Mwai Kibaki who passed away early this week following a long illness. The third president of Kenya will go down the history books as one of the president who saw Kenyan economy increase by two digit. His contribution in the economy, education sector, health sector and the new constitution that we are currently enjoying would forever be immortalized.
Emilio Stanley Mwai Kibaki was a Kenyan politician who served as the third President of Kenya from December 2002 until April 2013 and the fourth Vice-President of Kenya for ten years from 1978 to 1988, he died on 21st April 2022 in Nairobi at the age of 90 years.A few minutes ago, Ntv digital media uploaded photos of Kibaki's family leaving Lee Funeral Home, a post that elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans, in the post, Ntv digital media captioned, ''Kibaki's family leaving Lee Funeral Home to depart for the procession towards State House...'' A big number of Kenyans reacted to this photos of Kibaki's family, with a big percent claiming that they have never seen them before as some argued that, the family could be living abroad, see more reactions from Kenyans in the post above and more photos below.May the soul of the honorable Kibaki rest in peace, like that of Lucy Kibaki, continue resting in peace, share your condolences to the family of the Kibaki in the comment section below and follow my page for all the breaking news, like and share this article to your loved ones to keep them posted on what is happening.
Today the whole nation focused on Nyayo Stadium as it continued to mourn the late President Mwai Kibaki. The mass ceremony started from Lee Funeral Home where his body was then taken to State House for the Head of State and his family to pay tribute before it was being drove to Nyayo Stadium for the final rites.
The funeral of the Honorable Mwai Kibaki, Kenya's third president, is now taking place in Nyayo stadium. The body was delivered to President Uhuru Kenyatta and his first wife, Mama Margaret Kenyatta, at State House today after leaving Lee Funeral Home extremely early in the morning.
Whenever you hear the name Lee Funeral Home then a prominent person has been pronounced dead. Some deceased politians, businessmen and influential people were occupants of Lee funeral home people like Daniel Arap Moi,John Michuki, Nicholas Biwott and safaricom CEO Bob Collymore among others. Lee funeral home was established in 1987.It was named after a British Kenyan born John Lee,he was raised in Kenya but later went back to UK in 1963, there he joined the police force and was assigned medical duties,where he interacted a lot with pathologists and undertakers.
The Former President of Kenya, Mwai Kibaki, will be laid to rest at his Othaya Constituency home in Nyeri County in a ceremony that about 15,000 Kenyans are expected to attend. Picture courtesy. Image from Lee Funeral Home. This morning, however, his body has been taken from Lee Funeral Home to State House where a military honor shall be observed by several Kenya Defense Forces officers and the Commander in Chief of the Defense Forces, President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The late retired President Mwai Kibaki lived a rather private life. His private life stayed private but as is norm, the skeletons come out after a high ranking individual dies. In Kibaki's case, a man has come out claiming to be his first born son.
Kenya's economist and third president the late Emilio Mwai Kibaki will be laid to rest today at his Othaya, Nyeri home. The fallen legend will be remembered by his deeds more than anything else. Leaders across the globe including the British Queen has eulogised the late Emilio Mwai Kibaki as a true statesman.
Today on 30th April the late president Mwai Kibaki will be buried at his home in Othaya constituency Nyeri County. His body was transported from Lee Funeral Home to Othaya under tight security which military officers were in charge. The body arrived few minutes to 11.00 AM at Othaya before transported to Othaya Boys high school for main services.
On Saturday, April 30, former President Mwai Kibaki will be buried in Othaya, Nyeri County. On Saturday, the late retired President Mwai Kibaki's body will be conveyed by road to his Othaya residence in Nyeri County, where he will be buried. At a press conference on Wednesday, April 27, Principal Adminstrative Secretary Kennedy Kihara, Principal Adminstrative Secretary in the Office of the President, denied allegations that Kibaki's remains would be transferred by military helicopter.
Former President Emilio Mwai Kibaki passed on on Friday which was officially announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta. His body was moved from Lee Funeral Home to Parliament buildings for three days public viewing. Several memories have been flowing in, with his close family members eulogising about the late President.
The funeral service for former and third President of the Republic of Kenya, Honorable Mwai Kibaki, is currently taking place at Nyayo stadium. The body left Lee Funeral Home very early this morning and was received by President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Mama Margaret Kenyatta at State House.
The late Honorable Emilio Mwai Kibaki last send off will be today. Mwai Kibaki was the third President of the Republic of Kenya. Today he will be laid to rest at his home grounds in Othaya Nyeri. The procession to his home has started already with a convoy.
Military and police officers who were escorting the body of the Late President Mwai Kibaki on Saturday for its burial at Othaya in Nyeri County were forced to swing in to action after thousands of residents blocked the road at Sagana, bringing the procession to a halt. The residents wanted to pay their last respects, but the military acted as soon as possible to ensure that the commotion did not derail the procession as the body was expected to be at the Othaya Approved School before the requiem mass started, after leaving at the Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi at 7am.
Today the 29th Day of April, 2022, is the final journey for the third president of the Kenyan Republic, Hon Emilio Stanley Mwai Kibaki. He is supposed to be accorded a states funeral as required by law. This is because he was the former president of the nation.
The Former President of Kenya, Mwai Kibaki, died about a week ago after he had been hospitalized in Nairobi Hospital for blood pressure related complications. Picture courtesy. Image of the procession. The former head of state was given a state funeral yesterday at Nyayo Stadium where hundreds if not thousands of dignitaries were present with tens of thousands of Kenyans thronging the stands to witness for the last time the body of the late former President.
On Saturday, Mwai Kibaki's remains will be driven to his Othaya home in Nyeri County for burial. Kennedy Kihara, Principal Adminstrative Secretary in the Office of the President, denied that Kibaki's remains would be delivered by military helicopter on Wednesday, April 27. Governor Mutahi Kahiga takes action ahead of Mwai Kibaki's burial List of Foreign Leaders Expected to Attend Kibaki's Funeral
Kenyans across all works of life thronged Nyayo Stadium in Nairobi County as well as several African leaders attended Former President Mwai Kibaki's state funeral at the Nyayo stadium. (Photo, Courtesy) Kibaki's body left Lee Funeral Home for his Othaya home early this morning under tight security, with his body being ferried on road.
Early Saturday morning, a sate led convoy left the Lee Funeral Home for Othaya, former president Mwai Kibaki's home. A long convoy of vehicles made a procession along the major roads in the capital as they left for Kibaki's home. At around 8am, the procession was at Makuyu, Nyeri county since they had left the city very early.
Mwai Kibaki Body remained in Parliament for three days, where public and pioneers were permitted to see the body. Then, at that point, after that yesterday it was a public function in Nyayo Stadium, where many state leaders joined in and remembered him as a head of effortlessness and Principles.