A former ‘Nation’ journalist, who died after an bronchial asthma assault on Sunday, will likely be buried subsequent week.
Timothy Kipngetich Kemei, who till his loss of life was Kericho County authorities’s chief public relations officer will likely be buried at his residence in Fort Tenan, Kipkelion West.
Kericho Governor Paul Chepkwony stated the physique will go away Siloam Hospital mortuary on Monday for an in a single day keep at residence forward of burial on Tuesday, according to Kipsigis group’s burial rites and traditions.
Professor Chepkwony, who was accompanied by his deputy Susan Kikwai, was talking on the county headquarters after signing a condolence e book.
Kemei died on Sunday whereas present process first support at Siloam Hospital after an bronchial asthma assault.
He was rushed to hospital by his spouse and a colleague at round noon, however handed away whereas docs tried to resuscitate him.
He received the primary assault at three am on Sunday and was rushed to hospital the place he was stabilised and discharged.
He developed a second assault at round noon and didn’t recuperate from it.
That Sunday, he attended on-line church service by African Gospel Church, Emmanuel department in Kericho city.
He had posted on social media inviting fellow Christians to attend the net church service.
He he’s survived by his spouse Mercy and a two-year-old son.
Professor Chepkwony described Kemei as “an astute, diligent civil servant, and powerful pillar of my administration.”