Moi’s Sons Fights Over Father’s Wealth As Jonathan’s Widow Move To Court.

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TweetShareSharePin0 SharesEven before the tears dry following the death of retired strongman Daniel Torotich arap Moi, a cold war that has been simmering under the surface for years has erupted in the family, pitting six children against the departed head of state’s favourite son Gideon Moi. Weekly Citizen has also established that the family of the late Jonathan Toroitich who was Moi’s second born, had at one time moved to court as the widows fought over his fortunes. They are also planning to move to court yet again, to claim…

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

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TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFrom 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…

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

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TweetShareSharePin0 SharesInterior 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. TweetShareSharePin0 Shares

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The Untold Story of Mama Lena Moi – Rtd. Daniel Moi Wife.

Mama Lena Moi

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesIn the 1960s and early 1970s, Lena Tungo Moi strode Kenya’s political scene with her visibility as the vice-president’s wife. Then in the middle of the 1970s, she faded away from the public arena never to be heard of again until her death in 2004. The collapse of her marriage in 1974 and divorce in 1979 was a bitter blow to the ardent Christian who had been raised under strict African Inland Church (AIC) doctrines. Lena’s parents, the Paul Bomett family, were pioneer Christians in Eldama Ravine. They respected…

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