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TRANSITION: Veteran KBC sports journalist dead

GOSSIP & RUMOURS

Kenya Broadcasting Corporation veteran radio reporter Michael Wandera is dead. Wandera died in his house at Manyani Estate in Nakuru on Sunday night in what his eldest son, 27-year-old Jamin Wandera, described as acute pneumonia.

TRANSITION: Veteran KBC sports journalist dead

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