KDF officer behind famous phrase “Sema Kimeumana” passes on

Gone too soon

KDF officer behind famous phrase “Sema Kimeumana passes on

Reuben Musyoki Kimani, the KDF officer the police officer behind the viral phrase “Sema Kimeumana” has passed on.

A public death announcement seen by Pulse Live, indicates that the cop passed away on January 7th 2021, with his burial slated for January 16th, 2021.

The deceased cop was a father to 7 children and he has left behind 9 grandchildren. He will be laid to rest at Masii Location, Mwala Sub-county, Machakos County.

Kinyanjui became an internet sensation, after his video wishing his colleagues a successful day at work went viral.

Despite the public announcement of his death, Kinyanjui’s family did not disclose the cause of his untimely demise.

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