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Zul Harunani Najib Balala in Mourning 

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The Tourism CS disclosed the tragic news on Wednesday.

File image of Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala.  Balala paid tribute to the late Harunani, whom he considered like an elder brother. play File image of Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala. Balala paid tribute to the late Harunani, whom he considered like an elder brother. (Courtesy)

Tourism Cabinet Secretary (CS) Najib Balala is mourning the passing of his longtime friend and Prominent Mombasa hotelier  Zul Harunani of Shehnai Restaurant.

Through his twitter handle, Balala paid tribute to the late Harunani, whom he considered like an elder brother.

"To Allah, we belong, and to Him, we will return. Zul Harunani of Shehnai Restaurant, passed away earlier this afternoon. 

"I have known Zul since my early 20s when I joined the tourism industry. He was like an older brother to me. We will miss him dearly, Rest In Peace Zul
," part of the statement by the CS read.

play Tourism CS Najib Balala and the late Zul Harunani of Shehnai Restaurant. Balala paid tribute to the late Harunani, whom he considered like an elder brother. (Twitter )

Positions held

Until his demise, Zul was the Executive Member and Conselliur Culinaire of Chaine Des Rotisseur and Chairman of Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya (APDK).

Meanwhile, Balala was one of the six Cabinet Secretary retained by President Uhuru Kenyatta in the new appointments.

 

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