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Ndingi Mwana’ a Nzeki: former Catholic Archbishop dies

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Former Catholic Archbishop Ndingi Mwana’a Nzeki has passed away.


Ndingi Mwana’ a Nzeki is reported to have passed away following a long illness.

Passing the sad news was Cardinal John Njue who called on people to pray for him.

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Mourning the late man of God was President Uhuru Kenyatta who described him as a servant leader who sacrificed for the better good of the country.

He continued by saying he was true to his faith, protected the week, fought for justice and the right thing making his a true leader.

Joining the president to mourn the late Ndingi was former Prime Minister Raila Odinga who described him as one of the brightest lights in the country.

“Ndingi was one of the brightest lights to have graced our nation in our time. Kenyans knew they could always count on him to stand and speak out for truth and justice whatever the threat that posed to his life.

I join all Kenyans and the Catholic Church in particular in praying that God place his soul in eternal glory. As a country we will miss his distinguished service and dedication to humanity.”

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.

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