William Ruto & Gideon Moi mourn Former State House Comptroller, Abraham Kiptanui

Kiptanui passed away at the Nairobi Hospital early Sunday morning

Deputy President William Ruto and Baringo Senator Gideon Moi

Deputy President, William Ruto has sent his condolences to the family of Former State House Comptroller, Abraham Kiptanui.

The Deputy Head of State termed Kiptanui as an “illustrious and hardworking public servant.”

Abraham Kiptanui, the former Statehouse Comptroller, humbly served the country with dedication. He was a cause-driven and tireless administrator,” read the DP’s message.

Baringo Senator, Gideon Moi, also mourned Kiptanui and assured his family of “support and prayers during this trying moment.”

Kiptanui was confirmed dead on Sunday after being admitted for several weeks.

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