Uhuru's message to CS in mourning

RIP!

File image of President Uhuru Kenyatta

East African Community Cabinet Secretary Adan Mohamed is mourning following the death of his father, Mzee Abdulla Mohammed Jari.

The deceased passed away on Friday, 13 March 2020 while undergoing treatment at Nairobi Hospital.

President Uhuru Kenyatta sent his condolence message to the CS’s family, describing the late Mzee Abdulla as a patriot and hardworking man who was always mindful of the interests of his community and the nation.

The President’s condolence message read in part that “Mzee Abdulla was a great Kenyan who served this nation with dedication and commitment. His simplicity in handling community matters endeared him to many people”.

"Indeed the virtues of hard work can be traced in his children's lives as they have continued to serve our great nation with great commitment," added the President in his message.

The deceased was 90 years old at the time of his death.

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