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Remembering Mzee Moi

NAIROBI
By Wambua Sammy | February 4th 2021

A  colossus in Kenyan and regionalpolitics, former President Daniel arap Moi’s death on February 4 last year, reverberated through the country. Below, in, pictures, we revisit the statesman's final journey.

The cortege arrives at Kabarak in Nakuru County ahead of the State burial. [PSCU]
Heads of State attended the burial.

Baringo Senator Gideon Moi reads the eulogy at Nyayo National Stadium on February 11, 2020, during a requiem for his father, former President Daniel arap Moi. [Stafford Ondego/Standard]

President Uhuru Kenyatta, First Lady Margaret Kenyatta and former Kenya Defence Forces chief Samson Mwathethe pay their respects to former President Daniel Moi at State House. [File]

Mzee Moi's grandchildren at Kabarak University during the requiem for the statesman. [Peter Ochieng/Standard]
ODM leader Raila Odinga moved the mourners with a traditional Luo burial chant reserved for heroes.

Mzee Moi's personal physician Dr. David Silverstein prepares to say a prayer.

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