During the condolence visit, CECM Wambui paid tribute to Kiarie, describing him as a humble and dedicated leader who passionately worked towards realizing the Governor’s vision in the education sector. Other leaders present echoed these sentiments, underscoring Kiarie’s commitment to the betterment of education in the county.
Moses Kiarie Gitonga, who served as the County Bursary Chairman, played a pivotal role during the holiday season. Actively engaged with his team, he worked tirelessly to sign bursary cheques, ensuring they would be ready for launching by H. E the Governor when schools reopen. This proactive approach aimed to eliminate any risk of a child being left at home due to a lack of school fees, reflecting Kiarie’s dedication to ensuring educational opportunities for all.
The late Kiarie’s impact on the education sector will be remembered fondly, as his efforts were instrumental in creating a smoother educational journey for numerous students in the county. His sudden passing leaves a void in the community, emphasizing the importance of acknowledging and celebrating the contributions of leaders like Kiarie.
The community mourns the loss of a visionary and committed individual. Moses Kiarie Gitonga’s final resting place will be in his home at Lanet Umoja-Bahati, where family, friends, and colleagues will gather to pay their last respects on the 4th of January 2024.
Among the key figures present during the condolence visit were CECM for Trade Stephen Kuria, Chief Officers including John Koech (Education), Samuel Ndegwa (Trade), Newton Mwaura (Agriculture), Kennedy Barasa (Environment), and Stella Mwaura (ICT). Additionally, the gathering included Peter Maina, Chairperson of the Education Committee at the Assembly, members of the Bursary Committee, Ward Administrators, and the Coordinator for Bahati Sub County.
As the community unites in grief, the legacy of Moses Kiarie Gitonga will undoubtedly endure through the positive impact he made in the education sector, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of those he served