Edith Nyenze Nyenze’s wife reveals the last thing her husband did before his death

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The emotional widow spoke from the Lee Funeral Home.

Kitui West MP (second right) with Wiper Party leaders during a past meeting play Kitui West MP (second right) with Wiper Party leaders during a past meeting. (Twitter)

The widow of deceased Kitui West MP Francis Nyenze has explained the circumstances surrounding the MP’s death.

Edith Nyenze told the media that her husband had been ailing since 2008 when he was diagnosed with coronary cancer.

Speaking from the Lee Funeral Home where the MP’s body was taken, Edith also recounted her husband’s last momens.

play Edith Nyenze (left) speaks to the media at Lee Funeral Home in Nairobi (The Star)


She stated that as of Tuesday evening, the late MP was able to speak and even feed himself.


"He was the best thing that God ever gave me. He was a politician but he was faithful to his wife,” Edith stated in an emotional address.

Local politicians have eulogized Nyenze as a gentleman and a dedicated leader.

play Kitui West MP Francis Nyenze (Twitter)


I have known the late Nyenze since the time he was a Cabinet Minister under President Moi’s administration, he was always keen on preserving our unity and nationhood. I urge all of us to emulate his leadership style,” President Uhuru Kenyatta stated in his condolence message.

Others who sent out messages of condolence included Deputy President William Ruto, NASA leader Raila Odinga, and Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka.


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