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COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS MOURNS THE LATE H.E DR WAHOME GAKURU, 3RD GOVERNOR, NYERI COUNTY

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It is said that “The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things." – President Ronald Reagan. Excellency Governors, Deputy Governors and County First Ladies, on Saturday, 18th November 2017 paid their last respect to the Late H.E Wahome Gakuru, 3rd Governor of Nyeri County at his home in Kiruchu Village, Nyeri County. Speaking at the funeral, H.E Wycliffe Oparanya, who spoke on behalf of the Council and represented H.E Jospaht Nanok, Chairman, Council of Governors described Dr. Gakuru as a fallen hero and an excellent patriot to the county, and condoled with the family, residents of Nyeri County and the country at large. H.E Oparanya praised the late H.E Dr. Gakuru as a highly brilliant policy maker and firm leader who served the country with utmost dedication. He noted that the late Dr. Wahome Gakuru, was a Governor with immense understanding of Devolution and true servant leadership, was a joyful man and an inspiration to many.

H.E Oparanya said that the Council of Governors has lost a very brilliant and valuable member. “He will forever be remembered for his outstanding leadership at the Vision 2030 secretariat where he worked with zeal and passion,” stated H.E Oparanya

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