Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has broken his silence tendering his apology for mourning former President Daniel Arap Moi’s aid inappropriately.
This is after the former VP mourned the former statehouse comptroller Abraham Kiptanui, with a photo of City billionaire Joshua Kulei.
In his statement on Twitter, Kalonzo stated that he had reached out to Joshua Kulei to tender his personal apology to him.
“I spoke to my good friend Joshua Kulei and personally apologized for the mix-up on my twitter handle.
This comes after the former minister for Education had earlier mourned Kiptanui, indicating that he had worked closely with him, with a wrong photograph causing public outcry and backlash.
“I have known and worked closely with Abraham during his tour of duty and deeply admired his commitment to duty as a loyal public servant,” Kalonzo had earlier twitted.
Kiptanui passed on peacefully in the wee hours of the Sunday April 4, 2021 at the Nairobi hospital after a very long illness.
Also roped in in the mix is Kenyan media house KTN News which also apologized after they erroneously used Kulei’s photo.
“While breaking the news of the death of former State House Comptroller Abraham Kiptanui on KTN News, we erroneously used the photo of Joshua Kulei, a former Moi aide. We apologise to Mr. Kulei and his family for the mix-up,” he stated.