Mzee Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi has died.
The retired president of the Republic of Kenya has been battling illness and was in and out of doctor’s watch since the year started.
His demise comes one day after the family gave an update on his health and maintained that Mzee was conscious and nothing to worry about.
He will be remembered as the longest-serving president of Kenya after ruling for 24 solid years with an iron fist, under the single-party system.
Moi, who is also known as a professor of politics, turned 95 years in September 2nd, 2019, the same age of his peers, the likes of Robert Mugabe, and Nelson Mandela.
He had 8 children and his son, Gideon Moi, is a powerful senator and Kalenjin’s kingpin after deputy president William Samoei Arap Ruto.