Governor Natembeya Eulogizes County Soldier as Hardworking


County Government of Trans Nzoia has pledged continued support to the family of Humphrey Kibet, a security officer who tragically lost his life in a road accident two weeks ago. Kibet, 40, served at Kaisagat Dispensary and is survived by his widow and several children.

In a heartfelt eulogy delivered on Wednesday by his personal assistant Emmanuel Wamalwa, Governor George Natembeya praised Kibet for his unwavering commitment to his duties and expressed deep sorrow at his passing. “Humphrey Kibet was a dedicated and hardworking individual whose service to the community will be greatly missed,” Governor Natembeya’s message conveyed.

The Governor reaffirmed his administration’s dedication to improving the welfare of its workers and assured that the relevant department would review Kibet’s records to identify any benefits due to his family. In a gesture of support, Governor Natembeya personally contributed Sh.100,000 towards the burial arrangements and associated costs.

The funeral service, held at Kaisagat, was attended by Communications Director Dr. Felix Sialo, Enforcement Head Dr. Martin Kapchanga, local politicians, and various county staff members. The gathering paid tribute to Kibet’s service and extended condolences to his bereaved family.

Kibet’s untimely death has left a void in the community he served diligently, and the county government’s efforts underscore a commitment to honoring his legacy and supporting his loved ones during this difficult time.

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