In Summary
  • Mr John Mark Moi’s wife Eunice said their father-in-law was more than a head to the family.

  • The duo thanked Kenyans for standing with the family through their prayers and condoling with them at this trying moment.

Former President Daniel arap Moi’s daughters-in-law Susan and Eunice have said that the former head of state’s death has united Kenyans. Mr Raymond Moi’s wife Susan said: “There is something good that has come out of Mzee Moi’s death.”

UNITED IN GRIEF

“It was very painful but when former Jubilee Party Vice-Chairman David Murathe visited us at Kabarnet Gardens he told us that President Uhuru Kenyatta had asked him what the mood on the ground was after Mzee Moi’s death,” said Susan.

She added: “He [Mr Murathe] told the President the country was united in grief.” 

She continued: “Even in death, Moi united the country and we thank God for that.”  

“Let us emulate him because if we had two or three people who had a big and forgiving heart like Moi, Kenya would have made major political, social and economic strides,” said Susan.

MENTOR

Mr John Mark Moi’s wife Eunice said their father-in-law was more than a head to the family.

“He was a mentor, a provider and a great leader to millions in Kenya and beyond our borders; he touched the lives of many,” said Eunice.

She said she last saw Mzee Moi two weeks ago at the Nairobi Hospital.  

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