Former President Goodluck Jonathan has condoled with the Government and People of Kenya over the demise of their former President Daniel arap Moi, who died at the age of 95.
President Uhuru Kenyatta described him as a “great man”.
Mr Moi, who was Kenya’s longest-serving president was in office for 24 years, until intense pressure forced him to step down in 2002.
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In 2004, Mr Moi asked for forgiveness from “those he had wronged”.
In a statement released on bhis social media page, Jonathan descibed Moi as a great African nationalist who will be remembered for service and love for his nation as well as the important roles he played towards Africa’s liberation.
“I condole with the Government and People of Kenya on the demise of their foremost leader and nationalist Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi who was the Country’s second elected president.
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