Mount Kenya chairman pays tribute to his fallen hero

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On 4 May 2017 at 01:51
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The Chairman Board of Directors, Mount Kenya University Rwanda Prof. Simon Gicharu, has laid a wreath on the resting place of his former Biology teacher, the late Peter Clavers Nyombayire who was a teacher in Gathiru-ini High School, Kiambu County, Kenya.
Nyombayire was killed during the struggle to liberate his country, Rwanda.
Accompanied by the brother of the deceased Damain Ntaganzwa, Simon Gicharu said he was saddened to see his family and the country losing such a gifted person at a (...)

The Chairman Board of Directors, Mount Kenya University Rwanda Prof. Simon Gicharu, has laid a wreath on the resting place of his former Biology teacher, the late Peter Clavers Nyombayire who was a teacher in Gathiru-ini High School, Kiambu County, Kenya.

Nyombayire was killed during the struggle to liberate his country, Rwanda.

Accompanied by the brother of the deceased Damain Ntaganzwa, Simon Gicharu said he was saddened to see his family and the country losing such a gifted person at a tender age who could have contributed enormously to the economic growth of his country especially in the education sector.

“In history there are a few numbers of men of his talent and he will always be remembered by those he taught and in the education sector. I congratulate the government of Rwanda for embarking on re-building their country making it one of the most impressive records in global economic growth thus attracting investors like Mount Kenya University Rwanda”, said Simon Gicharu.

Peter Clavers Nyombayire was brother to Lt General Karenzi Karake and was buried in Masaka.

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The Chairman Board of Directors, Mount Kenya University Rwanda Prof. Simon Gicharu laying a wreath at the grave of late Peter Clavers Nyombayire


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