Death is a challenge. It tells us not to waste time. It tells us to tell to tell each other right now that we love each other. It is even said that funerals are for the living. It reminds them to appreciate life. Our support system during he time of grief is crucial as we go through the stages of grief.
Orange Democratic Movement party leader and the former Prime Minister Raila Amolo has today get a wild reception in 'Ukambani', Makueni county where he attended a requiem mass of former Kibwezi Member of Parliament the late Hon. Richard Kalembe Ndile succumbed last week in Nairobi Hospital. While delivering his eulogy, the ODM party leader Raila Odinga lauded the late as a true leader who fought for the country wholeheartedly, he also said that Hon.
Photo Source Courtesy Former Kibwezi MP Richard Kalembe Ndile died at Nairobi Hospital on Sunday morning at around 5:30am after a long illness. According to the deceased’s younger brother Sam Ndile, the former vocal legislator was taken ill on Wednesday night from his Mlolongo home complaining of stomach pains.
Death is irreversible event. However, no one except God can keep away from the cold hands of death. But as family members we often come together to console each other. Unfortunately, it strikes when we least expect. Kenyans were saddened after legendary politician, Richard Kalembe Ndile the former Member of Parliament for Kibwezi.
The family of late former Kibwezi Member of Parliament Hon. Richard Kalembe Ndile has urged President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Samoei Ruto to pay the late politician his Khs30M and also employ his wife. While speaking during the requiem mass in Makueni county where the late is supposed to be laid to rest, Ndile's brother Sam Ndile urged well-wishers to come to the rescue of the late Ndile's children who he said are still young and needs direction in any way possible.
Former Kibwezi MP Richard Kalembe Ndile died at Nairobi Hospital on Sunday morning at around 5:30am after battling a long illness. The late politician was known for his comedic ways and there was never a dull moment with him. A video has now resurfaced where the former MP is washing his hand using a bottle of Jack Daniels.
Former Prime minister Raila Odinga today brought confusion in Makueni after he referred to the late Hon. Richard Kalembe Ndile as Kalonzo several times. From the background, netizens were heard trying to correct him while others were laughing. In a video going viral online, these were some of the comments from netizens;
Former Kibwezi MP Kalambe Ndile. Photo/Courtesy President Uhuru Kenyatta led Jubilee Party is on the spot for the alleged failure to pay late politician, Richard Kalembe Ndile Sh6 million. The matter rose during National Assembly’s afternoon session on Tuesday, with Members of Parliament who spoke on the issue indicating that the late MP was supposed to be paid Sh6 million by the ruling Party, after agreeing to fold his Independent Party (IP) for a meager with Jubilee ahead of the 2017 general polls.
This year 2021 even we thought it could turn out better than last year due to COVID pandemic but I turned out to be no different. We have seen new variants of COVID emerge and we have lost a couple of legislators and prominent people in our country. Richard Kalembe Ndile
The renowned Kenyan Singer and songwriter has taken to his Facebook page to mourn the death of the former Kibwezi lawmaker. "I can't find words to Express The pain I have felt when I learned about your Death, Sir. This has gone deep Mheshimiwa, A man with A golden heart.
Deputy president, William Ruto has never been reluctant to respond to Raila. And this time, it is about Raila forming Coalitions with other leaders to win the 2022 presidential elections. During the burial ceremony of the late Richard Kalembe Ndile in Kibwezi, Raila announced that he is ready to work with Kalonzo Musyoka to deliver good leadership in 2022 general elections.
It is with deep sorrow that we receive the news of the demise of former Kibwezi MP Richard Kalembe Ndile in Nairobi Hospital after a long illness. The former MP died on Sunday morning.He was ailing from liver cirrhosis. He was admitted at Nairobi Hospital last week. According to his brother, Sam Ndile, the former MP was confirmed ill on Wednesday night in his Mlolongo home after complaining of stomachaches and discomfort.
Hon Didmus Wekesa Barasa, who is a member of parliament for Kimilili constituency caused a hot discussion online when he pinned a touching message over the late Kalembe Ndile. (Courtesy photo) He said Richard Kalembe Ndile was a man of exceptional character, who defied all odds and cut a political niche for himself to an extend of serving as assistant minister.
Online Reactions As President Uhuru Kenyatta, Dp William Ruto and Raila Odinga Mourn former MP Ndile
Former Kibwezi lawmaker Richard Kalembe Ndile has died. Reports indicate that the 57 year old MP died at the Nairobi Hospital where he had been admitted for the past three weeks.Picture for illustrative purpose. He has been mourned by almost all leaders including President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President William Ruto and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga amongst others.Picture for illustrative purpose.
After a long illness, former Kibwezi MP Richard Kalembe Ndile died at Nairobi Hospital around 5:30 a.m. on Sunday. The former vociferous legislator, according to the deceased's younger brother, Sam Ndile, was brought unwell on Wednesday night from his Mlolongo house, complaining of stomach pains.
The wiper party leader was today at his backyard in Ukamabani Makueni County for a requiem mass of the later Kibwezi Member of Parliament hon. Richard Kalembe Ndile where he revealed his 2022 plans as the country is preparing for a general election scheduled for August next year. While delivering his speech, the wiper party leader revealed that he will stick with Orange Democratic Movement party leader Raila Odinga to ensure the scuttle of DP Ruto's 2022 Presidential bid.
Photo; Former Kibwezi MP, Richard Kalembe Ndile. It has been received with great sorrow that Former Kibwezi member of parliament Richard Kalembe Ndile has died. However, kenyans are still in confusion wondering what could have been the main course of death for the former lawmaker of Kibwezi constituency.
Today was a very sad day for the Kamba community people and all Kenyans generally having lost yet another leader and public figure who served as a member of parliament for Kibwezi West constituency. The former MP, Kalembe Ndile died at the hospital while undergoing treatment gor a diseases he had sustained for the last couple of weeks.
Kenyans today joined the family, friends and relatives of the late Richard Kalembe Ndile, a Director for Tanathi Water Works Development Agency for a funeral service held at the Holy Family Basilica Church in Nairobi. Kalembe was widely known for his advocacy for human rights. He was loved by many.
The video of the late Richard Kalembe Ndile has emerged online sending Kenyans in somber mood. Kenyans woke up with sad news of the passing of the prominent leader, politician and former Kibwezi member of Parliament. The family confirmed that he died late Saturday. Reports indicated that the late Ndile was battling Liver complications and he was ill for a long period.