Kenyans mourn the fallen hero Joseph Nkaissery

CS Joseph Nkaissery

Kenyans woke up to a rude shock Saturday morning with the breaking news that the Interior cabinet secretary Joseph Nkaissery has died.

Some went on social media with messages of condolences, describing him as a leader who was dedicated to serving the country.

Some Kenyans on twitter described him as the only toughest minister known besides Michuki.

Using the hash tag #RIPGeneralNkaiserry, most Kenyans described the Late CS Nkaissery as a true Kenyan servant, a loyalist. It was also evident that most Kenyans would remember him for improving security in the country, especially when it came to the fight against Al Shabaab.

The following are some of the tweets

@VinceChepkwony  Death is so cruel and such an equalizer, I didn’t like him at all but feels sad that he had to go this way #RIPGeneralNkaiserry


Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery is dead

@koecharlesk  #RIPGeneralNkaiserry We needed you but God needed you more. Rest In Peace General

@ngeleali Death comes to all of us. It’s the one thing man can never predict. It is a reminder to all of us how fleeting life is. #RIPGeneralNkaiserry

@SamatarGuleid We belong to God and we shall all return to him, You plan n God plans #RIPNkaissery #RIPGeneralNkaiserry

@omokemwa #RIPGeneralNkaiserry A great leader who stood for his principles. You will forever remain in the young hearts who aspire to pursue power.

You were a great son of this nation who executed his duties dully and diligently without any fear. Thanks for ur service #RIPGeneralNkaiserry

@MbuguaSheila1 #RIPGeneralNkaiserry you died a hero, you did your best in protecting this nation

@arapKanda Thanks for your Service Gen Nkaissery. Over 40 years serving and 29 of those in military service. #RIPGeneralNkaiserry #RIPNkaissery


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