Ntimama's daughter describes his last moments on earth
03 September 2016, 10:08
Nairobi - William Ole Ntimama's daughter Lydia has described the last moments of the former Cabinet Minister on earth.
According to the Daily Nation, the former Heritage minister and Maasai defender William ole Ntimama was in his element — bursts of laughter and endless stories — a few minutes before he died in his bed on Thursday evening at his Olchoro home in Narok County.
His daughter Lydia, recounted her father’s last moments , saying he had died peacefully and that they may not require a post-mortem because “he had rested well.” She linked her father’s death to the partial solar eclipse that was experienced on Thursday.
"In our culture, when there is an eclipse, someone big will sleep. And yesterday, someone big, my father slept,” she told the Nation.
The Star in a different report, also recounted how the former Cabinet Minister was looking forward to a women's fundraiser to be held over the weekend when he died.
The former Cabinet minister was scheduled to conduct a fundraiser in aid of 13 women groups in Olchorro area and had invited former senate aspirant Andrew ole Sunkuli to assist him in the harambee.
The former Narok North MP had decided to spend the night at his Melili home, because he wanted to see his livestock before attending an event yesterday.
He was 86.