Somalia minster of state for foreign signs condolance book on the death of Daniel Arap Moi
State Minister for Foreign Affairs signs the book of condolences on the death of former President of Kenya Daniel arap Moi
Mogadishu, February 09, 2020 - The State Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, H.E. Mr.
Abdulkadir Ahmed-khair Abdi, signed on Sunday a book of condolences at the Embassy of the Republic of Kenya in Mogadishu, on the occasion of the death of former Kenyan President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi.
"Kenya has lost one of its historic political leaders, its second president and one of the most prominent statesmen while establishing it as an independent republic," the State Minister wrote.
Upon the arrival of the State Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation at the Kenyan embassy, was greeted by Lt. General (Rtd) Lucas Tumbo, the Kenyan Ambassador accredited to the Federal Republic of Somalia.
Former Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi died at the age of 95 years in a private hospital in the capital, Nairobi, due to an unspecified illness on February 4, 2020, and is the longest Kenyan president to have been in office for 24 years until he stepped down in 2002.
Source: Somali National News Agency