BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,11TH JULY 2017-Retired president Daniel Moi and president Uhuru Kenyatta led the nation in mourning the death of former minister Nicolas Biwot who passed on Tuesday Morning in Nairobi.In his condolences massage to the family, Moi said he personally remembers the late Biwott as an astute politician and a Kenyan whose contribution will be greatly missed.
He says the late Biwott was a dedicated politicians who not only had the interests of the nation at heart but also left a mark in the lives of all those whom he came into contact and related with at personal level
President Kenyatta remembered the Biwotts’s contribution to shaping Kenya political landscape especially in the 1990s.Uhuru has credited the late Biwoot with the democratic freedoms enjoyed today in the country recalling Biwott as one of those politicians who will be remembered by many as having played a huge role in multi party democracy in early 1990s.
Others who have send their condolences to the family and friends of the late politician are Treasury cabinet secretary Henry Rotich. Rotich who addressed the press on Tuesday afternoon at the Lee funeral home in Nairobi said the entire Uasin Gishu county had lost a many who had their needs to close to his heart considering many development and economic projects started by the late Biwott.
Others are energy CS Charles Keter,Uasin Gishu governor Jackson Mandago former central bank governor Micah Cheserem, Members of parliament Oscar Sudi, Alfred Keter and senator Kipchumba Murkome among others.Biwoot passed on Tuesday afternoon in his Kileleshwa home in Nairobi.His body has since been moved to the Lee funeral home.