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Kitui West MP Francis Nyenze passes on in Nairobi

6 Dec 2017 12:07

By: Nation Reporter

Kitui West MP and former Minority Leader Francis Nyenze has passed on. Mr Nyenze died on Wednesday at The Nairobi Hospital, according to Kitui Senator Enoch Wambua. The body has been moved to Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi. On August 31, Mr Nyenze carried an oxygen tank into the National Assembly for his swearing-in. He arrived at about 10am dragging the tank behind him, with the tubes snaking up his back. He looked frail and was limping but put on a brave face and greeted the battery of journalists at the entrance. He said: "How are you are friends...mimi pia nimefika (I’ve also made it) for the swearing-in." He hugged and cheerfully greeted his colleagues inside and took the oath. More follows.
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Kitui West MP Francis Nyenze passes on in Nairobi

6 Dec 2017 12:07

By: Nation Reporter
Kitui West MP and former Minority Leader Francis Nyenze has passed on. Mr Nyenze died on Wednesday at The Nairobi Hospital, according to Kitui Senator Enoch Wambua. The body has been moved to Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi. On August 31, Mr Nyenze carried an oxygen tank into the National Assembly for his swearing-in. He arrived at about 10am dragging the tank behind him, with the tubes snaking up his back. He looked frail and was limping but put on a brave face and greeted the battery of journalists at the entrance. He said: "How are you are friends...mimi pia nimefika (I’ve also made it) for the swearing-in." He hugged and cheerfully greeted his colleagues inside and took the oath. More follows.
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