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Former Clerk of the National Assembly Justin Bundi dies

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Former Clerk of the National Assemble Mr. Justin Bundi has died following a long battle with cancer.

Mr. Bundi passed away on Saturday at the Aga Khan Hospital as he received treatment.

Mourning the death of the former Clerk was Speaker Justin Muturi who described the late Mr. Bundi as a close friend and whom he has known since their days in school.

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“It is with great sadness that I have learnt of the untimely demise of the former Clerk of the National Assembly Mr. Justin Bundi. Mr Bundi, a personal friend, & whom I have known since our days in school, led an illustrious career as a civil servant until his retirement in 2017.”

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Speaker Justin Muturi continued by saying that Mr. Bundi will also be remembered for intitiating great reforms during the transition from a unicameral to a bicameral parliament.

“Mr. Bundi will be remembered for initiating great reforms during the transition from a unicameral establishment to a bicameral Parliament and for his outstanding service as the Clerk of the East African Assembly.”

Berryl Achieng
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