It is with profound sadness and sorrow that I announce the passing of aGreat African Statesman,
H.E. Daniel Toroitich arap Moi, the Second President ofthe Republic of Kenya. His Excellency the Former President passed on at the NairobiHospital on the early morning of this 4th February, 2020 ; in the presence of his Family.
Our nation and our Continent were immensely blessed by the dedication and service of the Late Mzee Moi; who spent almost his entire adult life serving Kenya and Africa in a number of capacities. The Late Mzee Moi served us as an Educator, a Teacher, a Legislator, Member of Parliament, a Cabinet Minister, the Vice-President and finally as the President of the Republic of Kenya.


As a teacher-evangelist who improbably and reluctantly entered political leadership and excelled in it, Mzee had no time to prepare or learn outside the job. His genuine concern, selflessness, loyalty and sincerity however, enabled him to acquire staying power and attract the support of millions of patriots.


I am grateful for the time I spent with him. At this moment of mourning, our hearts and prayers are with the family and the entire Moi clan.


Former President, Daniel Moi’s contribution to stability and peace in Kenya is undeniable. I have received his death with a heavy heart, and I share the burden of this grief with his family and relatives. May his soul rest in peace.


Today, one of Kenya’s icons has bowed and transitioned to the next world – His Excellency former President Daniel Arap Moi. I convey my deepest condolences to his immediate family and all Kenyans for this loss. May God rest his soul in eternal peace.


My deepest condolences to the family of H.E President Moi. May the almighty God rest his soul in eternal peace. RIP Mzee Moi.


Kwa niaba ya Serikali na Watanzania nakupa pole Mhe.Rais Uhuru Kenyatta na Wakenya wote kwa kuondokewa na Rais Mstaafu Daniel Toroitich arap Moi. Watanzania tutamkumbuka kwa uongozi wake mahiri, jitihada za kuimarisha uhusiano wetu na Kenya na kufufua Jumuiya ya Afrika Mashariki.


I learnt with sadness about the death of Mzee Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi, the former president of Kenya.
It is no doubt that Kenya, East Africa and the entire continent has lost a great leader. I first met Mzee Moi in 1979 after the defeat of Amin.


From humble beginnings and with a humble, submissive demeanour. President Moi emerged to become a skilful statesman! His main legacy is affording Kenya a peaceful transition to another leader. Can now rest in peace.


Not even time will ever erase from our history books Rtd. President Daniel Moi‘s straight-forward & pragmatic approach to leadership & focus on rural development. His death leaves tears, emotional pain & grief, but most of all, quiet smiles pegged on the fond memories of him.


President Moi was an outstanding politician who devoted his entire life to serving his country, which he loved and cared for dearly. He strived to make Kenya a better place for all its people, and his impact is clearly seen in every corner of the country.


I have learned with a deep sense of loss of the passing on of Retired President Daniel Arap Moi. He was a devout Christian, father figure, an African icon and an astute politician. My deepest condolences to my brother Gideon, the entire Moi family and the nation of Kenya.


He will be remembered for his great efforts towards consolidating peace and tranquillity within the horn of Africa and largely the East African Region, at a very difficult time for the region and the African continent.I


As the dark cloud hangs over the country, we are reminded of our collective indebtedness to this towering figure of our time. Our hearts are not only filled with gratitude for the 24 years that he served as our second president, but for the over 55 years of dedicated public service to this republic.


Condolences to his immediate and extended family including my colleague Senator Gideon Moi. Fare thee well Baba Moi.


My heartfelt condolences to the entire Moi family and in particular our colleagues Raymond and Gideon. May you have the fortitude to bear the loss and sorrow after the passing on of President Moi. Moi was a towering figure at a time of struggle between change and status quo.


I learnt with great sorrow of the passing on of the His Excellency Daniel Arap Moi.  I worked with him for over 45 years and was grateful and humbled when he entrusted me with various positions of responsibility.  I can attest to his greatness as a leader and a patriot of our beloved country.  He led us with inimitable simplicity, sense of focus and patriotism. 

Through his leadership Kenya enjoyed a high level of cohesion among its communities and interest groups, irrespective of their size, and an enduring stability as a country.

May his light shine brightly as he enjoys a peaceful rest.


Heartfelt condolences to family and friends of the late former President, H.E , Daniel Arap Moi. His Vision for Kenya was remarkable.  He was indeed an inspiration to us all. Rest in peace , Mzee Moi.

Mr. Jerome Ochieng – PS, ICT & Innovation – Ministry of ICT

For 24 years H.E. President Daniel Arap Moi made a mark on the life of every Kenyan.
I will remember him for three things:

1. Education: Mzee transformed education from being a privilege for the elite to a benefit accessible to all Kenyans. He championed girls’ education and built a foundation that has enabled women to take their place in national affairs.

2. Energy and Participation: Mzee penetrated every part of Kenya, stopping several times on each journey to greet the public.  His phenomenal energy and love of life was evident as he vibrantly strode through several events every day of his presidency.

3. Sense of humour: Mzee loved a joke and could often be observed laughing heartily, sometimes to the point of shedding tears! Even when comedians cheekily took the liberty of caricaturing him, he never took offence but instead joined in the laughter!

Rest in peace, Your Excellency.

Dr. Katherine Getao - CEO ICT Authority

Nilikunywa maziwa ya Nyayo. Fare Thee Well, Mzee!

Stanley Mwangi

Jogoo ya Kenya ni Moja. Safiri salama MO1


Rest in peace Mzee

Nollascus Ganda

May you rest in peace Mzee. Back then people had a sense of community ownership. Under your leadership, we shared the little that was available. We shall still soldier on for our great motherland, Kenya.


Innocent Deckoks

Fare thee well Mzee Moi till we meet again.

Jared Okeno

Fare the well! Amen.

Bill Okaka

We not only say our retired president but a real legend has rested. I mean how else could I put it? An epitome of leadership? Kenyan icon? My heartfelt condolences to the family friends and the whole nation at large during these moments of grief and sorrow.

As the family mourns the loss of their own, I pray that you may find solace and comfort.

May Mzee rest in paradise till we meet again. RIP MOI

Bessy Miriti

My condolences.

Mzee Moi was a champion of peace and harmony in this country.

He was a generous man whose acts of benevolence touched many.

May he rest in eternal peace.

Jacob Mutinda

Everyone must leave something behind when he dies, my grandfather said. A child or a book or a painting or a house or a wall built or a pair of shoes made. Or a garden planted. Something your hand touched some way so your soul has somewhere to go when you die, and when people look at that tree or that flower you planted, you’re there. ~ Ray Bradbury.

Your love, peace and Unity you bestowed on our country men and women will forever be with us. Thank you and may you Rest in Peace Baba Moi.

Dennis Cheruiyot

I was a baby during your time…I only know you as a grandpa…I haven’t seen you being bad…So all I have is good memories of you…RIP H.E Daniel Arap Moi❤️❤️❤️

Mukami Susan

Compassionate and humble, he represents the man I wish to be. With a contagious smile and infectious laugh, he turned heads every time he talked.

May your gentle heart rest in eternal peace Mzee.

Geoffrey Kipkoech

I was young when you were President but I read your history and wish was there. From a teacher to President I feel motivated. May God rest your soul in eternal life.
RIP Moi Wuod Odongo!

Charles Ndung'u

Mzee was an icon and a mentor to many. May the good Lord rest his soul where it deserves.

Elly Ogal

Rest in eternal Peace.

Alex Menjo

May his soul rest in eternal peace.

Everlyne Kaberere

May you rest in peace. Amen.

James Muriithi

For most of us that grew up during his reign, a mark of identity that Moi has left will never be erased. Straight and fast walk during military parades, the off the-cuff Kiswahili speeches, loyalty to his country, and the love for children. I will never forget how we looked forward to hear what Moi had to say during the lunch time VOK news.
My sincere condolences to his family. My advice to you to….accept, adapt and advance.

Lawrence Njoki

I will remember Moi for peace, love and unity.  May the lord comfort his family, friends and the entire nation. Rip Baba Moi.

Kennedy Tallam

May Almighty God rest his soul in peace. He gave us maziwa ya Nyayo. Rest in peace Mzee.

Simon Gathumbi

You were God fearing man.

Rest in peace Mzee

Isaiah Musembi Maingi

May Nyayo rest in peace. May God comfort the family.

James Macharia

A great Kenyan patriot and son of Africa. You steered Kenya through the most delicate and difficult periods in history. Your strict, yet compassionate nature, typical of any father will be missed not just by your immediate family, but by the nation at large. May your soul Rest in Eternal Peace. Amen

Melita Ndilay

President Moi kept our country at peace within and without our borders during times when most African countries were at war. Nothing beats peace. He also ensured that his cabinet represented the picture Kenya, hence portraying a very inclusive leader. We will miss him. May he rest in peace.

Cyprian Ongeri

“Siasa mbaya, Maisha mbaya”

We will always remember your wise words. Safiri Salama Mzee Moi

John Kabiru

You were a good leader, you taught many of us life lessons, you will forever be remembered. Rest in Power Mzee.

Kiama Kariuki

Thank you your Excellency Mzee Moi for your excellent leadership. I will personally remember you for maziwa ya Nyayo back in primary school, the toughees shoes you bought us in high school together with a towel and bedsheets. I will jealously guard that Bible you gave me in 2001 during my baptism. You are gone but forever in our hearts dear president Moi. You are the best President Kenya will ever have. Rest in Peace Mzee wetu till we meet again at Jesus’ feet.

Faith Jepkosgei

I remember the late president as an iconic leader, full of wisdom and good will for all Kenyans. The maziwa ya Nyayo and Nyayo Bus service are some of the memorable moments I enjoyed back in the day. I take this opportunity to wish the family God’s strength and comfort during this trying moment. May the Almighty God Rest Mzee’s soul in eternal peace Amen.

Brian Adhoch

Leaving a United Country in the face of strife within the region is what we will always remember Mzee Moi for.

Rest in Peace President Daniel Arap Moi.

Joel Kiarie

A man who turned this country for the better. Education and poverty eradication was your no.1. In 2000 you hosted us at State House Nairobi as young college student who served the community and honored us with a bronze. I salute you Baba Moi as you go, may you soul of humanity remain with all Kenyan. RIP Moi.

Richard Masore

Mzee Moi, fare thee well. I was a child when I drank milk in primary school and it was delicious and you made a healthy generation. Although some criticized your leadership skills, I salute you man.

Kenya is at peace today because somebody somewhere worked for it, and you are part of the hardworking men.

RIP Mzee Moi.

Symon Ngure

Baba Taifa fare thee well.

I sincerely enjoyed maziwa ya Nyayo.

Thank you for the leadership.

Nicholas Mwirigi

RIP Mzee Moi. We shall miss your generosity you had. While in secondary school we sang for you and you gave the school money to buy the first TV in Chuka High School in addition money to buy a bull for students.

Stephen Ndung'u

Your Excellency Sir,

Fare thee well. You fought a good fight, kept the faith and finished the race. My memories of you will remain forever and I will pass them to my two young children (now 4 years & 2 years).

My first interaction with you was at Naivasha stadium in 1992 after you had addressed a gathering. I attended the nearby Naivasha Boys Boarding School. I got lost in the crowd, our eyes met and I vividly remember your kind face looking back at me. Second time was a rainy Sunday afternoon in 2002 as you headed to Kirigiti Stadium in Kiambu for a political rally of then Kanu candidate, now HE president Uhuru Kenyatta. Again you oozed an aura of calmness and grace.

We will definitely miss you. Till we meet again, so long.

Peter Mbugua

His legacy will remain in the history of Kenya. A teacher and a role model to our current leaders. We should keep his motto of preaching peace as he did everywhere he went,” Natukae kwa amani”.We loved him very much but God did his wish. May his soul rest in peace.

Ephraim Kariuki

The Late President Daniel Arap Moi was a true statesman and an educationist. I remember him for building gabions and championing the prevention of soil erosion, the Nyayo school milk and his parade marching skills among others. We shall live to remember him and his philosophy of Peace, Love and Unity when he led KANU for many years. #RIP Mzee #RIP Nyayo

Kibet Ngetich Paul (P.K)

During your leadership retired president Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi, you united the country. I enjoyed maziwa ya nyayo. May the Almighty God rest your soul well in your eternity home. We loved you. Fare thee well Baba Moi.

Kathyrn Kamau

You were such a leader that Kenya will miss. You fought poverty and terrorism. I personally remember you for stabilizing our economy. See you again champion.#restinpeacemoi

Martin Leon Wabwire

It is with great sadness that I learnt of the passing on of H.E President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi whom I knew while I was a young boy. I remember at one point he gave my grandfather Nyawansa (Nicodemus Arasa) a job as a Principal Secretary and we feasted a lot.  One time he came to Kisii and he ordered us to be given a 20/= note (by then a lot of money) and I used it to buy a new pair of shoes, lots of mandazi and madondo and kept some as pocket change for school.  What I loved most was how he inspected the guards of honor. At 80+ he was still as fit as a fiddle.

I will miss MOI.

Ong'era Boniface

RIP Mzee Moi. I am deeply saddened by the loss of such a charming and peaceful retired president.

He transformed the country into a powerhouse in East Africa, Africa and the world.

His philosophy of Peace Love and Unity was unforgettable.

He built Nyayo wards across the country, schools, and universities. He provided maziwa ya nyayo in schools.

A God fearing president, he interacted with rich and poor alike. I vividly remember when Moi gave me 10,000/- when I was in high school.=

I will dearly miss you our beloved president. Kwaheri.

RIP Baba Moi.

Jane Serem

Rest In Peace

I remember when you visited our school, Kijabe Girls, and found us fetching water from a river. You declared that we shall never do that again and subsequently initiated a water project and built a dining hall! Thank you!!! Go well. We shall meet in heaven.

Wangui Kenneth

We pray that God comforts the family of Rtd President Daniel Moi and the entire continent for the loss of the iconic leader.

Daniel Mbatha Mutinda

I am indeed sad that our beloved papa Moi has left us. But I am comforted that he is safe in God’s hands because he had a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. RIP.

Ev. Hezekiel Mogere Mogaru

Fare thee well your excellency. You touched lives of many me included. Your milk motivated me back then at school and now I am an independent man. Shine on your way Mzee. Your legacy will live on ever.

Martin Muluko

My deepest condolences to Moi’s family and all Kenyans. I Will remember Moi for his selfless efforts to fight ignorance, disease and poverty. His peaceful power handover was a lesson to be emulated. Rest well Daddy.

Benard Ngetich

It is indeed a sad and solemn time for our country following the passing on of H.E. Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.

President Moi was a strong and patriotic leader who loved this country. He was very passionate and committed to the development of this country.

We will remember him for urging Kenyans to be proud of their country, respect each other and to love one another.

He had a great passion for education and made major contributions to the sector.

His Nyayo philosophy, which meant following in the footsteps of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta coupled with his values of Peace, Love, and Unity made Kenya a great nation.

May Almighty God rest his soul in eternal peace.

Dr. James Karanja Nyoro

On behalf of myself and that of my family, I convey  my heartfelt condolences to the family of His Excellency the late President Moi and government of Kenya.

RIP Mzee Moi

Wilson Koross

It’s indeed a sad moment for all of us Kenyan citizen to have lost a great hero whose legacy will forever remain in our hearts.

Farewell Mr. President

Canicious Lagat

Mzee Moi left power at a time when I was beginning to become politically conscious. His investment in education and ensuring access to all is a lasting legacy. May God rest his soul in eternal peace. Condolences to his family.

John Jacob Kioria

I and my entire convey our condolences to the family of late former president Daniel T Moi during this saddest moment. RIP.

Erick Yegon

My sincere condolences to the family of late HE Daniel Moi and the entire Nation of Kenya.

As a past Headteacher in Githunguri Township Primary School, I will forever remember your love for education and hence helping build very many schools both primary and Secondary.

You made sure every child lived a healthy life by taking Nyayo milk which they all enjoyed.

You thought well of the common nwananchi and so helped build Nyayo wards minding the health and wellbeing of everybody.

You have left a good legacy

May your soul rest in eternal peace

Rest well Baba Taifa.

Cllr Elizabeth Kangethe London Borough of Barking and Dagenham UK

Mayor Elizabeth Kangethe

R. I. P. Hakika Mzee Moi Tutamkumbuka sana. Utawala wake ulikuwa mzuri juu alidhamini maisha ya mwananchi. Vitu vilikua bei nafuu sana.

Hamisi Stephen

I Wish the family and Kenyans at large strength during this trying moment, as we mourn a great person in the history of Kenya.

Charo Kitsao

It’s with great sadness that learnt of passing on of our beloved 2nd President of the Republic of Kenya, Mzee Daniel Moi. Moi was a visionary leader who United Kenya towards a common goal of Peace, Love and Unity.

Silas Eng. Kinoti

Rest in Power Mr. President.

You were truly an inspiration.

Erick Kiraithe

May God Almighty grant the entire Moi family and all Kenyans peace during this trying time. Rest in peace Mzee Moi.

Boniface Kamau

Your excellency, I am sure you have rested in a good place because you were a good man. Your cabinet was balanced, you visited every part of the republic. You carefully navigated the cold war era of military coups, and put us a head of the rest in the region economically, socially, scientifically and militarily. Rest In Peace.

Patrick Masika

At your age, your excellency Mzee retired president Daniel Moi, I never thought it will be a sad affair after you have gone to our maker.

But it is. You are the only president I knew in my whole childhood. Great memories to keep. You instilled discipline in the citizens. Many things that you did are written in our hearts. May you rest in peace. May God bless and console your family. In history of our country and the world at large you remain. Go well Guka.

Kiriro Sammy

Rais Moi atakumbukwa kwa kuwa kiongozi shupavu aliyejitolea kwa hali na mali kuhakikisha kuwa Wakenya wanaungana.

 Mungu ailaze roho yake mahali pema peponi .

Leonard Onyango

President Moi will be remembered forever as a true icon and son of Kenya. A generous, loving and peace keeping father of the nation. A constant reminder of the power of hard work and determination

Rest in peace sir.

Antony Loki

My heartfelt condolences to the Moi family, my fellow citizen of Kenya and Africa at large. I will forever remember Moi for the slogan, “Maziwa ni ya watoto wa Nyayo.” Am a proud beneficiary of the milk throughout my entire primary school life.

Fare Thee Well Baba Moi

Wilson Tialal

A great man indeed. A hero has fallen. Moi was a statesman,in his care and wisdom the country’s citizens coexisted peacefully.Dance with angels.

Okongo Wilberforce

As an Alumni of the great Moi High School – Kabarak, I send my condolences to the family of the former patron and 2nd President of Kenya H.E Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi. You touched my life in a way I only know. Rest well Mzee Moi.

Isaac Chema

Because of your love for education, you constructed Sacho High School, a school that transformed my life. I am because of your efforts. Rest with the angels Baba Moi. We thank God for the period you served Kenyans.

Winnie Tallam

Rest in peace our legend. I am a direct beneficiary of your philosophy of quality education having joined Moi High School Kabarak from a very humble background. I am who I am because of you.

Osborn Kiptoo

Moi has been a great Icon to Kenya and the whole world. His deeds is worth emulating by everyone.

I pay special tribute by Thanking him for all what he has done to us. It is countless to say.

May God give strength to the Family and the Nation during this period.

RIP Moi.

Gideon Kiptui

To the Departed Second President of the Republic of Kenya H.E Hon. Daniel Toroitich arap Moi.

Your legacy speaks for itself especially in instilling discipline and managing internal security. Rest in peace namesake. May your memory be a blessing.

Daniel Waitere

I drunk milk courtesy of you. Nilikupenda sana enzi hizo.
Pumzika kwa Amani Mzee.

George Odondi

Thanks for your statesmanship and servant leadership to our beloved country-Kenya. May your soul find favour at the feet of Jesus. Rest in Eternal Peace Mzee.

Vincent Onyango

Eternal rest grant to him, O Lord; and let light perpetual shine upon him. May his soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, Rest in Peace; Father of our Nation.

Pius Kaua

May Mzee Moi rest in peace. We will forever remember you for the love you had in education of Kenyans. May you rest well Mzee. Till we meet again.

Phelix Odhiambo

Moi will forever be remembered with his love for education of Kenyans. He expanded secondary and university education, built schools among other financial support that boosted Kenyan education. In that honor, Many schools were named after him. #FarewellMoi

Samuel Ndegwa

The late President Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi was a great leader who believed in Peace, Love and Unity. Moi’s philosophy was that to have a prosperous economy, we must have political stability.

May the Good Lord rest his soul in perfect peace.

RIP Nyayo!

Kevin Macharia

Thank you Mzee Moi.

I am a proud of your leadership.

The power and strength of such a gentle giant shows your great ability to overcome issues in our country and for us to learn from.

I for one have made and will continue to make peace with all and to live as one in our beloved country.

Your work and time with us has made a difference this is why you will rest for eternity.

RIP Mzee Moi.

With Love.

Daniel Njenga

That first Mukumu Girls High school trip to Kabarak in 1979 is still etched on my mind. Mzee kept us at his home the whole day as we sang played and ate. He came across as a very easy going grandfather. Rest in peace Mzee and thank you for opening up your home to us.

Joy Khang'ati

I have known our former president for most of my life. He ensured the country is united. Moi loved and cared for children. He introduced free milk in schools. We shall miss President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi.

My condolences to the family and friends.

Bernard Maranga



I want to sing one last time,

I want to shake and point one finger salute again like I did in his time of presidency,

I want to stand at an attention by the roadside in his honour,

Today the Tawala song is ringing in my mind like those old days,

I’m taken aback to view the archives in my photographic mind,

And every occurrence rolls down like the Kenyan newsreel.

The man who is draped today in our national flag had stood tall to see far like a giraffe,

He had held firm a country with fimbo ya Nyayo,

He had instilled in us the essence of patriotism.

I want to recite once again my loyalty pledge,

That I will forever remember you,

That I will forever remember that Kanu was Baba na Mama,

That I will not forget the sweet milk of Nyayo,

That I will not forget that I went to a great school with your name,

That I used the money with your portrait for many decades.

As you lay in state great leader

I will sing today one more time,

The great song of peace,

The great song of love,

The great song of unity,

I will sing today in your memory the great song of peace as you lay in state before your final journey to your resting place overlooking the great lake with the pink flamingoes.



Fond memories of Nyayo era when I was growing up.

Sincere condolences to the family of H.E. Daniel T. Arap Moi.

May his soul rest in eternal peace. Amen.

Michael Ng’ang’a

It is with deep sorrow I have learnt the passing away of our icon. May his soul RIP.

Paul Mamboleo

May I take this opportunity together with my family to administer my heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of former Head of State President Moi. You have fought a good fight, you have finished the race and kept the faith.

May the Almighty God shower the whole family with strength during this trying moment.

James Odiero

We celebrate the life and contributions of his excellency to this country. We thank him for the good leadership and achievement he attained. We will remember him for his projects and legacy. Rest in eternal peace Senior.

Kimutai Bernard

Well miss you Baba Moi. Rest with the Angels.

Justus Ndumia

We are grateful for the role he played to bring Kenya to where it is currently. Farewell.

Faith Langat

I would like to take this opportunity to send a message of condolences to the entire Moi family and the Kenyan people at large. I did not get the privilege to enjoy Maziwa ya Nyayo, but my mother has given me stories about it.
We mourn with the family but we also celebrate countless achievements of this great icon.
I only came to learn of H.E Moi in 2002 when I was in pre-unit. Even though I was not raised under his regime, I benefited from his better healthcare and schools. He united Kenyans and left the country much better than he had found it. I also celebrate him for standing up to defend our sovereignty as a nation. May the Good Lord rest his soul in peace.

Alex Mayore

You have fought a good fight; you have finished your course, and have kept the faith. Fare thee well.

Gift Kisengese

One of the greatest mentors ever in history. What more can I say of this great man? I joined Kabarak High School and left a molded man to date. I will forever remember Moi for this. May God continue granting this for the many generations ahead.
He has run his race, he has kept his faith. Shalom.

Silas Sanga

Moi was truly a legendary son of Kenya and Africa. He will be remembered as a historical giant who had a great hand in steering Kenya into the modern republic. Rest in peace Mzee Moi.

Mutai Kelvin

President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi’s legacy will forever live with us be it in health, education and sports among others. His smooth handover of power will be remembered for a long time considering what was happening around us. I wish his family God’s peace and comfort during this very trying moment. May God rest his soul in eternal peace.

Allan Injenjere

Fare thee Well President Moi….Thank you for serving our country.

Benson Chege

The Board of Management, Management and Staff of Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization join the nation in mourning the demise of the 2nd President of the Republic of Kenya H.E Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.

We extend our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family and the nation at large as we honour his legacy of promoting Peace, Love and Unity.

The former President played an instrumental role in promoting sustainable development in the agricultural sector that greatly contributed to the growth of our economy.

May the Almighty God rest the soul of Farmer Number One in eternal peace.

Eliud Kireger (PhD, OGW)

Kireger (PhD, OGW) Director General, KALRO

Rest well Baba Moi. Your leadership was one of a kind.

Haron Kencey

Mzee Moi was an epitome of wisdom and an example of divine leadership.
Thank you for honoring the Wasike family by appointing Dad as the second permanent Secretary from Bungoma in 1988. Thank you for believing in him.
Thank you for the school milk, and above all for showing the Nation what the fear of the Lord meant. Thank you for handing over power peacefully in 2002 in the midst of intense provocation and insults, thank you for forgiveness, thank you for your Humility. Mzee Moi, we love you even in death. Go well, rest in peace.

Wasike Echakara

The former president visited my family in 1984 when I was 4 years old. My father was not a politician but a friend. He shared a meal with my father which was served to him by my mother. He actually suggested for a photo together with our family members and few invited neighbors. That shows humility at all levels. May God rest him in eternal peace.

Francis Ndung'u

Baba Moi,

Asante sana for your leadership traits that helped me appreciate discipline as a skill that continues to shape my growth as a patriot and community leader in my field.

I shall always reflect on your wisdom and firm approach to responsibilities granted to us by God, respecting the rule of law and most importantly, selfless service to the people of Kenya.

I pray that your beloved family find peace in your transition. May God protect and guide them into this new path by setting an even better example to our generations and those to come.

May your soul rest in eternal peace.

Scott Mwangi

My heartfelt condolences to the family of president Moi, friends and Kenya at large.

Moi was true statesman. His government was inclusive and he handed over power peacefully.

May his soul rest in eternal peace.
May you rest in peace. You built a great nation.

You quest for education is unmatched. We shall forever be indebted.

Abraham Bett

I was born in 1978 and found you ruling. You are the only one I felt like Baba Taifa who had control over every issue in your house Kenya. God gave you the 24 years to guide our motherland Kenya, in your old age you guided the young leaders. Heko Baba Moi.

May the Lord Rest your soul in eternal peace. Thanks for saving Christianity in the country. God will remember this, and a great reward awaits you in heaven. GOD Bless you Baba Taifa

Esther Chemutai

May you Rest In Peace. As one of the first Form One students to be admitted in Kabarak High School I am a proud beneficiary of your generosity and goodwill.
May God bless your family.

Dr. Kipkoech Chepkoit

I pay my heartfelt glowing tributes to the family of our second founding father H.E. President Daniel Moi. God be their comforter.
God bless Sen. Gideon Moi.

Powell Imbiakha

Ruu ne talaa kuko

Norah Rono

Rest in Peace my former President. I grew up in President Moi’s neighborhood, Mang’u farm, and we met him often. As we grew up we enjoyed his hospitality because he could pass by with goodies like biscuits and sweets. Now I normally wonder how come he always had something for us when he went round his big farm. The only answer is, he loved children.

I later was privileged to be admitted at Kabarak High School, where I continued to enjoy his hospitality and where I met fellow students from all over the country. We got the Best.

He loved God and he made sure our spiritual growth was also well taken care of.

Rest in Peace.

Mary Kibunja

Go well sir. Your leadership was well deserved to this great country Kenya.
Rest in peace Mr. President

Kennedy Mutuma

R.I. P Mzee.
First President I knew, Not the last, but a great gentleman.
My Dad had a lot of honour for you and still keep a KANU calendar in his village home.
Thank you!!

John Aggrey Otieno

You’ve left a legacy of peace, love & unity. R. I. P Mzee

Harun Mwangi

RIP our loved President.
We will miss you. Thanks

Antony Karanja

Mzee was a powerful leader and down-to-earth patriot who always put duty above all. The nation has lost a great man. I wish to send my heartfelt condolences to the family and my fellow Kenyans. All my thoughts and prayers are with you. R.I.P Mzee Moi

Edwin Kisiang'ani

Ningependa kutuma risala zangu za rambirambi kwa jamii na Wakenya wote kutokana na kifo cha Rais wetu wa pili wa Jamhuri ya Kenya mstaafu Daniel Toitich Arap Moi. Mie binafsi na familia yangu tumeungana na Wakenya kuomboleza kifo cha Rais huyo mstaafu.
Nilimjua Moi 1973 nikiwa shule ya Chekechea kule Nakuru Blanket aliposimama karibu nami Rais wa Kwanza Jomo Kenyatta akipita kutoka Nairobi akija Nakuru, nilimpenda Moi kwa roho yangu yote. Mungu ailaze roho yake mahali pa takatifu. RIP Baba Moi

Osborn Manyengo

Fare thee well

Kamau Kelvin

Dear brothers and sisters of Kenya, Its of great loss to you as a Country that you have lost one of your longest serving head of State who had the nation at heart. We pray that the almighty rests his soul in eternal peace.
May God guide you as you prepare to lay his body to rest
To God we pray

Joseph Obany

Mzee we celebrate you. Rest in Peace. We will miss you.
Your legacy will remain whatsoever “”Siasa mbaya maisha mbaya”” Nyayo byeeee!

Khatiri Kundu

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