DG Maangi leads county in mourning the sudden demise of Kiamokama ward MCA

The late Kiamokama ward MCA Kennedy Mainga. Photo/Courtesy
The late Kiamokama ward MCA Kennedy Mainga. Photo/Courtesy

Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi has led the county in mourning the death of Kiamokama ward MCA Kennedy Mainya.

Till his death, Mainya was serving his second term in representing the people of Kiamokama ward.

According to his family, Mainya felt ill on Thursday and he was rushed to Oasis specialist hospital within Kisii where he was admitted for three days.

The MCA was a firebrand Politician who was loyal to ODM party, he was elected in ODM tickets for both 2013 and 2017 elections.

In a statement, Kisii Deputy Governor Joash Maangi eulogized him as a friendly and soft spoken modest but formidably firm politician.

“Mainya was committed and steadfast to his people in his ward and in the county he will be cherished for generations, “wrote Maangi.

“want to pass my condolences to his family and friends and pray they bear this grave loss with fortitude. May almighty rest his soul in eternal peace, “said Maangi

Bomorenda ward MCA John Ombati eulogized Mainya as a great leaders who was committed to Serve his people In the assembly.

“I was with him since the first term in 2013,we worked together ,in the assembly he ensured we followed all the standing orders by referring us back to the law whenever we went wrong, “said Ombati.

He added, Mainya was always consulted by members and his advice was always valued.

“we have lost a great leader, who was spoken and whose contribution in the assembly added a lot of weight in service delivery to the people of kisii.

Kisii county senatorial aspirant Okengo Nyambane eulogized Mainya as a great leader whose legal advice created an impact in the assembly and Kisii County at large.

Nyambane noted that as legal profession fraternity they have lost a great advocate who always inspired them as young practitioners .

“we send our heart felt condolences to his family, friends and the people of Kiamokama ward for the loss of a great leader, ” said Nyambane