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Kiambaa MP Paul Koinange Dies Of Covid-19 Related Complications

Kiambaa MP Paul Koinange is dead.

The legislator passed away on Wednesday morning while receiving treatment at a Nairobi hospital.

He is said to have succumbed following Covid-19 related complications.

President Uhuru Kenyatta remembered the deceased as a keen and steadfast supporter of the country’s peace agenda through the National Assembly’s Departmental Committee on Administration and National Security, where he served as chair.

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“The cruel hand of death has robbed us of a steadfast leader. A leader and gentleman whose undivided focus was the peace, stability and progress of our country.

“Through the National Assembly Departmental Committee on Administration and National Security where he was the Chairperson, Hon Koinange advanced legislation and policy interventions that sought to create a peaceful, stable and tranquil nation,” the president said in a statement.

Koinange who has served as area MP since August 2017 when he was elected on a Jubilee ticket.

Kiambu’s first governor William Kabogo mourned the departed as a humble servant of the people.

“My deepest sympathies and condolences to the Family, friends and the People of the Kiambaa constituency following the death of Hon. Paul Koinange – MP.

“Paul was a dedicated humble servant of the people, and great a peace maker. Fare thee well my friend,” Kabogo tweeted.

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