Why You May Not View Moi Body, If You Don’t Follow These Steps

Moi Burial

As Kenya continues to mourn the Late second president of the country, Daniel Moi, it has emerged that ordinary citizens will be allowed into Parliament grounds between Saturday and Monday, to view the body of the deceased leader, as per the laws of state funerals. While the current generation has witnessed several state funerals, such as that of the late former Vice President Kijana Wamalwa, the Late former first lady Lucy Kibaki, and the late environmentalist Wangari Maathai, only a small percentage of the population has witnessed the burial of…

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Mzee Kibor sets new rules for the men’s conference “Msitume fare”

Mzee Kibor

Mzee Kibor Controversial businessman has set new rules for this year’s men’s Conference. Kibor announced that men who send fare to ladies will not be allowed to address the members. This year’s men’s conference will take place on Valentine’s day on the 14th of February. “We shall not allow people who send fare to ladies to speak. We want real men who look for real ladies,” declared Mzee Kibor as he addressed the media in Eldoret town. Kibor’s rallying call is ‘Msitume fare’ a Kiswahili world for do not send…

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The Promising little-Known Moi’s son – John Mark Moi, The Second-born Son

Moi family

Former President Daniel Arap Moi’s death cast a rare spotlight into his rarely talked family life. The former President was survived by four sons and three daughters – his eldest son Jonathan Toroitich – having passed on last year in April. Of all his five sons – four are public figures including the late Jonathan who was the firstborn – a famous rally driver who had an unremarkable stint in politics. His last born son, Baringo Senator Gideon Moi is the most public figure in the Moi family and is…

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5 Mysterious Deaths Witnessed During Former President Moi Era, Still Unsolved.

Mboya- Moi

From the time former President Daniel Arap Moi was still Vice-President, mysterious deaths were not uncommon. In 1975, Moi had assured Parliament that JM Kariuki was alive and on a business trip to Zambia in a private plane. But he was forced to apologize to the nation and offered to resign if he were linked to the disappearance and assassination. Things were quiet with no major deaths after Moi took over in 1978. This was until 1990 when the country was shocked by the assassination of Foreign Affairs Minister Robert…

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Husband Slits His Pregnant Wife In the Middle of Sex

wife and Husband

A jealous husband confessed to using a razor blade to slash his pregnant wife’s throat while they were in the middle of having s.e.x, police in Brazil said. Marcelo Araújo, 21, claimed under questioning that he killed his wife, 22-year-old Francine dos Santos, after they rowed about her becoming pregnant for the third time. The couple already had two children, a daughter, four, and a son, two.  He reportedly admitted that he didn’t want any more children, resented sharing his wife with them and hated the financial burden it placed…

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Tuesday, Feb 11,2020 Declared Public Holiday in Honor of Mzee Moi.

Holiday

Interior Ministry Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’ i has declared Tuesday, February 11, a public holiday. This is to enable Kenyans to participate in celebrating the life of the departed former head of state Daniel Arap Moi. The announcement was made on Thursday noon by the head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua.

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Koigi Wamwere Explains Why Daniel Arap Moi Should Go To Hell.

Wamwere

Mr Wamwere said he regrets that Mzee Moi died without owning up to his misdeeds during his 24-year rule. He said that Mr. Moi should have asked for forgiveness over the many errors of omission and commission during his 24-year reign. “He has passed away without fulfilling a very serious responsibility to tell the nation he is sorry for what he did during his tenure,” Mr. Wamwere said. He said the former president should have asked for forgiveness from those he had wronged. He said he shaved his dreadlocks, which…

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Tim died at the age of 50 in Amboseli National Park, The Largest Elephant in Africa.

Tim

Confirming the jumbo’s death, Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) Director General Paul Udoto said Tim died on Tuesday in Mada area of Amboseli National Park. “The park management visited the scene and secured the body,” said Mr. Udoto. He added that the body was being transported to the National Museums of Kenya in Nairobi for a taxidermist to prepare the body for preservation for education and exhibition purposes. Cynthia Moss Founder and Director of Amboseli Elephant Trust said Tim died of natural causes. “It is with great sadness that we announce…

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