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Kenyans send hearty messages to former president Mwai Kibaki as he turns 88
By Babu Tendu | Updated Nov 15, 2019 at 12:34 EAT
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Mwai Kibaki (Photo | Courtesy)
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Kibaki served as the third President of the Republic of Kenya between December 30, 2002, and April 9, 2013, and was born on November 15, 1931.

In their messages, many applauded his leadership, humour and his contribution to the economy of Kenya.

Kenyans online on Friday, November 15, 2019, went to social media to pass their warm messages to former President Mwai Kibaki as he turns 88 years. Kibaki was born on November 15, 1931, and served as the third President of the Republic of Kenya between December 30, 2002, and April 9, 2013.

In their messages, many applauded his leadership, humour and his contribution to the economy of Kenya.


The messages include:

Nimrod Mwimali - Happy Birthday President Mwai Kibaki. An individual who used well his professional knowledge to steer the country's economy. Relax well at Muthaiga the real baba.

Johnnie Muthoni - Happy Birthday former president Mwai Kibaki congratulations for bringing back Kenya's economy from zero digit to ten.

Gachoka Muraya - Happy Birthday President Mwai Kibaki. An economist and history and political scientist. He's the most learned president Kenya has had and definitely the best president ever. EDUCATION goes hand in hand with LEADERSHIP. Too more life...

Ruto Zedekiah - Emilio Mwai Kibaki turning 88years today! the best President Kenya has ever had....mahn I miss your leadership, the ECONOMIST! may u stay strong each passing day. Happy birthday Mr President

As President, Kibaki is remembered for his work in the education sector which brought about Free Primary Education that enabled millions attend school with ease.

He also made great strides in the revitalisation of the agricultural sector.

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That is, he opened up failed irrigation schemes and the mechanization of agriculture, initiatives that led to a boom in Kenya’s agriculture.

The iconic Thika superhighway, ‘A masterpiece for East Africa’ as he described it, which granted millions of people ease of access to the capital was another achievement that Kenyans applauded.



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