Ruto grieves the Kakamega minister who passed on not long after he gifted him a vehicle

Appointee President William Ruto has grieved Kakamega minister, Shem Shamalla, as a pioneer with enduring strict assurance.

In a message of sympathy to the family, companions, and family members of Shamalla posted on his web-based media pages yesterday, Ruto lamented that the notable minister had passed on soon after being gifted a vehicle to assist him with spreading the Gospel.
“Profoundly disheartened by the deficiency of High Priest Shem Shamalla of the African Church of the Holy Spirit – Kakamega.”
“Our supplications to the Shamalla family, the congregation, and individuals of Malava during this agonizing season of grieving.
Find happiness in the hereafter my companion,” Ruto said in a Tweet.
As indicated by the DP, Shamalla’s messages were incredible as well as advancing and educative.
“He was a confidence chief with unfaltering strict trustworthiness.
“His lessons were in every case amazing, enhancing, and educative,” Ruto grieved Shamalla.
He petitioned God to give the family, companions, family members, and numerous devotees the courage and solidarity to defeat the profound trouble of his unexpected destruction.
Shamalla, 84, kicked the bucket on Wednesday, October 27, at his Malava home in Kakamega County.
He went to the spotlight interestingly on September 18, 2021, when the representative president gifted him a Suzuki Escudo, a game utility vehicle.
He will be associated with in addition to other things pushing for the compromise between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Ruto.