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Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has donated Sh.100,000 towards an education foundation started to cater for baby Passaris Njeri who was left behind by the Late Onesmus Ndung'u Kimani.

Speaking during his burial at Rwaitira Village on Saturday, Kabogo called upon Ngogoyo 237 members to ensure that the dreams of this young ones or her mother were not cut shot due to the demise of Onesmus. It was for this reason that he floated this idea so that every now and then, people of goodwill would chip in to help this very young and tender family.
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He also echoed the words of Ngogoyo Welfare Patron Mr. Mwai that The Late Onesmus' fromer Board of Directors should absorb and acculturate his wife Helen Wambui into her late husband's position in the board so that she may be guaranteed of some income to maintain her family.

On the cause of Onesmus' death, Mr. Kabogo assert strongly that he would not sit back and let his people suffer out of the negligence of a few individuals. In this regard, he said that his government will ensure that the business license by Kenya Mpya Company to operate within Thika Town will temporarily withdrawn from their management until the matter of public safety was resolved.
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As if to borrow leaf from the Kiambu Governor, Murang'a Governor and Kigumo MP Jamleck Kamau both  pledged of Sh.150,000 and Sh.100,000 respectively to boost the kitty.

Gatanga MP Humphrey Kimani Njuguna (Roho Safi) urged Ngogoyo fraternity as well as the extended family of the late Onesmus Kimani to see too it that they never abandoned this young family.
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He pleaded with them to ensure that they lived exactly the way the deceased would have wanted them to. He added that after having known Onesmus for more than six years, he had come to known him as a young man with very special gifts and talents.

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