President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday led the country in grieving the late Kiswahili academic master Ken Walibora whom he described as a polished broadcaster and a prolific writer.
Ken walibora died on a road accident, his Board was found on city Mogue, Uhuru, in a statement released on Wednesday, said Prof. Walibora’s works will continue to inspire prospective generations in years to come, the COUNTY DIARY reports.
The deputy president Dr William RUTO also sent his moving heartfelt condolences.
Rest in peace “Siku Njema” Ken Walibora, Your writings entertained and encouraged so many people who had the opportunity to read them. I call upon security apparatuses to investigate and bring the driver of the matatu that took Ken from us to be brought to justice.
— William Samoei Ruto Fan, PhD (@DpWilliamSRuto) April 15, 2020
The Head of State and his Dp also passed a message of condolence to the family of the celebrated Kiswahili scholar and author