Hard work, not handouts – Passaris to Kenyan youth

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Nairobi Woman Rep Esther Passaris has told the youth to focus on hard work, and not handouts from politicians if they wanted to succeed.

Speaking in Elburgon yesterday when she accompanied Raila Odinga to the burial of Mololine founder David Kibira Muchai, the legislator eulogised the late mogul as an epitome of hard work, having progressed from a tout to a fleet owner.

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Muchai died on Tuesday, September 14, at the Nakuru Level Five Hospital where he was undergoing treatment after a short illness.

On his part, ODM leader Raila Odinga described the deceased businessman as a great role model to other Kenyans worth emulation.

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”The story of Muchai is that of resilience, coming from humble beginnings and he was able to create a national brand which is Mololine services, we congratulate him even in his death,” Raila said.

Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui, Senator Susan Kihika, MPs Esther Passaris (Nairobi), Lisa Chelule (Nakuru), Junet Mohamed (Suna East), and Kimani Kuria (Molo) were in attendance.

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