The Government has on Thursday opened a condolence book at the entrance of Nyayo house for Kenyans to write their condolence messages to the late Retired President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.
The condolence book will be available from Wednesday, February 5th to 12th when the former President will be laid to rest.
The Government has made available a condolence book at the entrance of Nyayo house for Kenyans to write their condolence messages to the late retired president Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.
This comes ahead of his planned state burial which has been set for February 12th.
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A majority of Kenyans and leaders have eulogized the late retired president as an African statesman and patriot who made sacrifices for the country.
The Condolence Book has been placed at the entrance of Nyayo House in Nairobi, for Kenyans to have an opportunity to ink their thoughts in remembrance of the country’s second President.
Nairobi Regional Commissioner Wilson Njega was the first to write a condolence message followed by National Government Administrators and public servants.
The book will be available from 8 am to 5 pm until the late retired president is laid to rest in Kabarak.
The Gusii Council of Elders celebrated him as an icon of peace who managed to keep the country together and steer development.
Former Gusii Maendeleo ya Wanawake Organization Chairlady Florence Manduku remembered Moi’s contributions to several women empowerment projects.
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