Man Finally Allowed Access To Moi’s Home In Kabarak After Cycling From Kakamega

A 76-year-old man has finally gotten into the home of late former president Daniel Moi after initially being blocked by security officers manning the home.

Nathan Ombuti had cycled from Butere Sub-County in Kakamega to Kabarak covering more than 200 km and would not after all be allowed access to the heavily guarded home.

He narrated how he spent night time on verandahs in the streets of Nakuru and would go without food since his arrival.

He made to the home on Tuesday but guards turned him away asking him to be back on Wednesday when the late Moi will be laid to rest.

Ombuti has finally been allowed to join mourners in the home prior to the burial ceremony on Wednesday.

After his story went viral, Ombuti was allowed to mourn the former president at his home and would even be seen seated signing the condolence book.

He had his bicycle pimped with messages of praise to the late Mzee Moi and also carrying with him different flags.

Also read: Man Ejected From Moi’s Home After Cycling 233 KM To Witness Burial

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