Politicians Mourn the Death of Senator Victor Prengei

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Politicians from across board gave mourned the death of  nominated Senator Victor Prengei.
They mourned the deceased as a hardworking individual and always stood for the rights of the minority tribe. 
“Shakespeare said-as the waves make towards the pebbled shore,So do our minutes hasten to their end;Each changing place with that which goes before..
Victor you left too soon.A gentleman.A worrier for justice.A true friend who stood by me&paid the price.Condolences  to Family. RIP Bro,” Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen said as he mourned the deceased.
Nandi Senator Kiprotich Cherargei says “Go well my brother and colleague senator Hon. Victor Prengei . The first ever Ogiek to be a member of Parliament to represent minorities and marginalized plus youth interests, which he did with unmatched zeal and passion.  The gentleman who always smiled in all situations. On behalf of the people of Nandi County and my family pass my deepest condolences to the family and friends during this hard times . May God almighty give you all the fortitude to bear the loss.Rest in power kiongozi ak ibinda,”
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Milicent Omanga says “Rest well my colleague and friend Hon. Victor Prengei, Nominated Senator. We shall forever cherish your tireless efforts in fighting for and protecting rights of the minority communities in our Nation. We have lost a great leader. My condolences to your family, friends and the entire Ogiek community. #MamaMiradi,”

“I learnt with shock and disbelief the sudden demise of my friend and colleague Senator Victor Prengei. It’s so painful and tragic to lose such a young promising legislator. Heartfelt condolences to family, friends and the entire Ogiek community. May our good Lord rest his soul in eternal peace. Muutyo missing,” Kapseret MP Oscar Kipchumba Sudi mourned the deceased.

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