One of ODM’s Founder Members Laid to Rest

The Raila Odinga-led Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party has today (Wednesday) laid to rest one of its founder members, Samuel Ndung’u Mungai, as his home in Nakuru County.

Ndung’u was buried on his Bahati farm in Subukia.

He died on the 1st of this year after a long illness.

The late Ndung’u was also the former ODM chairman in Subukia.

At the burial, ODM was represented by the party’s Nakuru coordinator, Raymond Ochieng’.

“Today we laid to rest our ODM founder member and former chairman Subukia, Samuel Ndung’u Mungai, at his Bahati farm in Subukia. Mr. Ndung’u died on the 1st of this year after a long illness bravely borne. The party was rep by our Nakuru coordinator Mr Raymond Ochieng’,” ODM posted on twitter.

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Last year, ODM was thrown into mourning several times.

In December 2019, Raila led the party supporters and Kenyans at large in condoling with the family of Homa Bay Senator Moses Kajwang after the passing on of his mother.

The Orange party again on December 28, 2019 announced the death of Mr. Charles Ole Nampaso, the party’s Narok County chairman.

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In August 2019, ODM Director of Communications Philip Etale was in mourning following the death of his brother Zachariah.

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