President Kenyatta Mourns Murang’a Women Rep’s Mother

On October 19, 2018 In Latest News

NAIROBI, 6 Oct 2017 (PSCU) – President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent a message of condolence to Murang’a Women Rep, Sabina Chege, and family following the death of her mother, Mrs Susan Wairimu Chege.   The President described Mama Susan Wairimu as a matriarch who was a role model, a teacher and a mentor to many. Mrs Susan Wairimu died last evening in a road accident.   “My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow and grief. It is my prayer that the Almighty God will give you the strength and courage to bear the loss,” the President said in his message to the family.   He added: “Mama Susan Wairimu was a strong pillar to her family. She was equally respectable in the community. Her commitment to assisting the less fortunate will live on long after her departure.” the President said.   President Kenyatta has sent a similar message to the family, relatives and friends of the late Mzee Fanuel Ebole Asienga.   The President said Mzee Asienga will be remembered as a great leader who played a key role in community development, singling out his contribution to education where he served as a board member of many schools in Vihiga County.   “As we mourn and pay homage to this visionary leader, let us also celebrate his life and achievements. Although Mzee Asienga has left us, his inspirational life will remain a great legacy to his family and the nation,” President Kenyatta said.   Mzee Asienga was father-in-law to Commissioner Irene Koech Asienga of the Commission on Revenue Allocation.  

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