BAD NEWS! Former Gilgil MP Mathenge Nderitu’s Wife Dies

A former Member of Parliament is mourning the death of his wife. Residents of Gilgil town, Nakuru County condoled with former area MP Mathenge Nderitu following the death of his wife Leah Wanjiku. She died in a Nairobi hospital where she was admitted last week. Ms Mathenge, who was celebrated by many for supporting education projects in the constituency.

A former Member of Parliament is mourning the death of hiSeveral leaders led by Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika, Woman Rep Liz Chelule, Naivasha MP Jayne Kihara and Gilgil MP Martha Wangari joined in consoling the family. Senator Kihika noted that the county had lost a great leader “whose work was open for all to see within and outside the constituency”.s wife. Residents of Gilgil town, Nakuru County condoled with former area MP Mathenge Nderitu following the death of his wife Leah Wanjiku. She died in a Nairobi hospital where she was admitted last week. Ms Mathenge, who was celebrated by many for supporting education projects in the constituency.

Gilgil MP celebrated Ms Mathenge stating that when she was the county assembly Speaker, she worked closely with her on several projects.

Addressing mourners at Mr Mathenge’s home, Wangari stated that the death of his spouse was a big blow to residents of Gilgil adding that Wanjiku would be missed by many.

The MP described Wanjiku as a matriarch who fought for equality.

The senator said when she was the county assembly Speaker, she worked closely with Wanjiku. Ms Wangari, who was addressing mourners at Mr Mathenge’s Gilgil home, said the death of his spouse was a big blow to residents of Gilgil, adding that Wanjiku would be missed by many.

The MP described Wanjiku as a matriarch who fought for equality, adding that her educational initiatives had allowed learners to discover and exploit their hidden talents. Wangari also assured residents that she had held discussions with Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet on rising cases of crime in the town.

She also applauded her educational initiatives which she noted had allowed learners to discover and exploit their hidden talents.

Wangari also assured residents that she had held discussions with Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet on rising cases of crime in the town.

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