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‘Fimbo ya Nyayo’ Accompanies late Moi to the Parliament Buildings Then to the Grave

Former President Moi’s symbol of power and authority- a trademark knobkerrie- forged from gold and ivory has been presented to the parliament.

At parliament building, Fimbo ya Nyayo as commonly known was placed besides him.Moi has been unveiled for public viewing for three days before his burial on Wednesday next week.

The retired president succumbed to a long illness while receiving medical care at the Nairobi Hospital on Tuesday.

It will be the first time many Kenyans will be catching a glimpse of the baton that Moi carried in public during his 24-year stay in power.

President Uhuru Kenyatta leads the nation in viewing the late former President Daniel Moi’s body at Parliament buildings; long queues waiting outside.

 

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