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Retracing NKAISERRY’s last moments!

The late Interior Cabinet CS, Major Gen. (Rtd.) Joseph Nkaissery at the National Prayer Service at Uhuru Park, Nairobi, an event that ended up being his last public function.
The late Interior Cabinet Secretary (CS), Major Gen. (Rtd.) Joseph Nkaissery, attended the National Prayer Service at Uhuru Park, Nairobi, an event that was also attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.

During the day, he was very jovial and he seemed physically fit.

Our sources say that, immediately after the prayer meeting, Nkaissery proceeded to his Harambee House office, where he met Interior ministry officials and later on went to State House for a meeting with President Kenyatta to discuss the state of security in the country ahead of the August 8 general poll.

He is reported to have gone to his Karen home, arriving at around 9pm after hanging out briefly at a social joint at the Bomas of Kenya in the evening. At home he had dinner with family as they watched the day’s news on a local television.

He is said to have collapsed as he prepared to go to bed around 10:30pm. He was rushed to the Karen Hospital, with some reports indicating he died as doctors tried to resuscitate him around 1am Saturday.

Upon receiving the sad news, his wife, Hellen Nkaissery, suffered a high blood pressure and is now admitted at the Nairobi Hospital with reports indicating that she is responding well to treatment as doctors continue to monitor her progress.

A postmortem by government pathologist, Johansen Oduor, has been planned for Sunday, July 9, sources say.

A team of detectives spent the better part of Saturday at the minister’s Karen home and the Bomas of Kenya to try and piece up what could have led to his death.

Nkaissery died aged 68.                                                                             

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