President Uhuru Kenyatta is presently grieving after the demise of one of his companions and associate who passed on Wednesday morning.
Joe Kibe kicked the bucket while going through treatment at a Nairobi Hospital.
In his sympathies, Uhuru grieved Kibe as a shrewd financial specialist and a vocation government employee who made a major imprint in Kenya's affable help.
Uhuru said Kibe's long and recognized support of the country as a local official and later as a financial specialist, corporate pioneer, and senior set the establishment for Kenya's financial change.
"Tragically demise has denied us of one of our nation's generally recognized and profoundly cleaned experts whose benevolent assistance and penance served to establish the framework of the advancement we're getting a charge out of today," he said.
Other than his achievements out in the open assistance, corporate administration and business, Uhuru said until his destruction, Kibe was the Chairman of the Council of Eminent Persons of Murang'a.
"… he was a modest and savvy senior who was continually able to offer his administrations to benefit the country.
"Mzee Kibe was a shrewd and affable man of honor who was continually willing and prepared to broaden a hand of help at whatever point called upon," the President said.