President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent messages of condolence to the families of previous Nyeri Town MP Peter Gichohi Muriithi, and Major General (Rtd) George Agoi.

Maj-Gen (Rtd) George Agoi died on Monday while PG Muriithi died Tuesday.

In his message of solace to the group of the previous Nyeri official, the President depicted the left Muriithi as a dissident lawmaker and patriot who advocated value and equity for all Kenyans.

“It is exceptionally terrible that we’ve lost the Hon PG Muriithi, an alluring and resolute pioneer who consistently represented value and equity for all Kenyans,” the President grieved taking note of that, the Hon Muriithi leaves behind a solid tradition of advancement in Nyeri Town.

“The inhabitants of Nyeri Town will never forget the Hon Muriithi for his solid advancement record particularly for the numerous groundbreaking tasks he started during his residency as the space administrator,” the President noted.

In a different sympathy message to the group of Major General (Rtd) George Nadida Agoi, the President grieved the exceptionally brightened military authority as a genuine loyalist and a brave local official.

“With the dying of Major General (Rtd) George Agoi, Kenya has lost a public legend and symbol of helpful assistance. As a country, we will never forget and treasure the authentic work he did when he drove the multi-organization reaction group during the 1998 Nairobi fear monger assault,” the President reviewed.

The Head of State wished the groups of Hon PG Muriithi and Maj-Gen (Rtd) George Agoi, God’s determination surprisingly terms with the dying of the two chiefs.

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