The first Nakuru Governor who is currently the Statehouse Comptroller, Kinuthia Mbugua, is in mourning following the death of his mother.
Mama Loice Njeri Mbugua, mother to Kinuthia Mbugua died at the age of 100 years while receiving treatment at Nairobi hospital.
President Uhuru Kenyatta had sent his message of condolences to the family while eulogising the late Loice as a hard-working, progressive leader who was a strong advocate for family values and served the country in various sectors.
“Despite growing up during the colonial Era, Mama Loice Njeri Steve to ensure her children received quality education with the understanding that knowledge was the fountain of life,” eulogised the president.
“Mama Loice was a progressive person who dedicated her energy to farming to enhance family income. We will always appreciate the role she played in ensuring food security in her community besides being a role model to other women of her generation,” added the President.