Raila, Mudavadi mourn death of their co-principal’s father

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Moses Wetang’ula, Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Charity Ngilu at the burial of Wavinya Ndeti’s husband over the weekend.

A section of NASA loyalists led by their Chief Rt. Hon. Raila Odinga and the NASA Co-Principal Hon. Musalia Mudavadi has sent their sincere condolences to the family of Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, the former VP and Wiper Party Leader following the demise of his father, Mzee Peter Musyoka Mailu late on Saturday night.Kalonzo confirmed that his father died on Saturday night at Nairobi Hospital where he was under medication.He died at an age of 94 years.

The NASA Chief Raila Odinga has led his camp in mourn of the late Mzee Musyoka Mailu, the father to his co-principal,”pole sana my brother following passing on of your father Mzee Peter Musyoka Mailu.We share in your grief. May God grant comfort to your family at this trying moment.

ANC leader Hon. Musalia Mudavadi shared his sincere condolences to his counterpart Stephen Kalonzo for losing his dear father, Mzee Peter Musyoka Mailu.Mudavadi further promised to keep praying for the entire Musyoka’s family as they walk the difficult path.

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Mwingi West legislator Hon. Charles Ngusya Nguna joined the principals in mourning death of Mzee Musyoka, the father to his party leader where he described Musyoka as the man who had brought up his children well alongside heading them in the right direction.

“I take this opportunity to mourn with our Wiper Party Leader H.E Kalonzo Musyoka and the entire nation following the sudden death of his beloved father. The fallen hero was the epitome and the rock upon which the entire nation looked upon having sired for us the bravest Ukambani son.Through his hand and parenthood, he produced one of the most incorruptible and respected leader Kalonzo Musyoka. The demise of any parent, at whatever age, is very painful. I pray that God grants the family of our Kingpin the energy to bear this very painful moment,” Hon. Nguna mourned.

Nguna has termed the late Mr Musyoka as a reknowned disciplinarian, a Christian and a devoted moralist who was determined to instill the values to the societal members.He has praised Musyoka as a social father who was keen to condemn any virtue arising in the society.

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