Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi, paid tribute to his father on the anniversary of his passing.
When Kenya was a colony, Moses Mudavadi worked as a school inspector.
Mudavadi stated in a tweet on Tuesday that his father’s impact on their lives keeps his memory alive.
“Years have passed since we lost our father. Despite the passage of time, his memory continues to live on through the impact he had on our lives and the love he shared with all of us,” Musalia said.
“I’m grateful for the legacy my father left behind.”
Musalia remembered the good times his late father had shared with the family and the world.
“On this anniversary of his passing, we honor his life and remember the joy, laughter, and wisdom he brought into our world,” he said.
Mudavadi claimed that he holds the recollections of the memorable times spent with him in the highest regard.
He prayed that his father’s spirit would live on and that the love he had instilled in the family would never fade.
“We miss him dearly, but are comforted knowing that he will always be a part of us,” he said.
Moses Mudavadi, a prominent politician from Sabatia in western Kenya under the administration of the late President Daniel Arap Moi, passed away in 1989.