Trans-Nzoia DG Mourns with the Family Natubhai Tanna
Trans-Nzoia County Deputy Governor has mourned with the family and friends of businessman Natubhai Tanna who passed on at the age of 83.
In a message of comfort and encouragement read by Deputy Governor Philomena Kapkory, Governor George Natembeya eulogized Mr. Natubhai as a patriot and a business mentor whose contribution has continued to lay a foundation of the family’s economic transformation being emulated by upcoming businessmen and women.
‘’It is unfortunate that death has robbed us of one of Trans-Nzoia and Kenya’s most distinguished businessmen whose selfless services and sacrifice helped to lay the firm foundation of the progress being witnessed today’’, said the Deputy Governor.
‘’He was indeed a role model and mentor to many other people interested in venturing into business’’, the D.G eulogized.
The Governor prayed to God to give the Tanna’s family the fortitude and strength they require during this difficult period of mourning their family patriarch.
The Deputy Governor said She had interacted with many of the Tanna family members and She remembers the late Natubhai as a humble and wise businessman who helped transform the Tanna business empire.
Family spokesman Paresh Tanna said the family will greatly miss the love of the late Natubhai for his care and mentorship that has helped steer the family business to greater heights.
The businessman was then cremated at the Kitale machinjoni crematorium after a funeral ceremony at the family’s homestead in Milimani Estate.
The final send-off ceremony was attended by Public Service and Management CEC Samson Ojwang, Water and Environment Chief Officer Dorothy Musikoyo, and a host of businessmen and family members.