TUJU today explains what may have killed Prof. GEORGE MAGOHA, dispelling rumors that it was a heart arrest


Raphael Tuju, a former secretary general of Jubilee, has talked openly about the final conversation he had with George Magoha, a former commissioner of education, the day before his death.

Magoha passed away on Tuesday night after collapsing in what his family believes to have been a heart arrest.

Tuju, however, claimed that the dead had complained of weariness the day before he passed away.

Tuju saw that his former cabinet colleague had cited the preparation for his late brothers’ funeral as the cause of his weariness.

Additionally, he claims that when they last spoke on Monday night, the former Education CS was in good spirits.

Tuju stated, “I was in this home on Monday afternoon when we were talking about the burial plans for Prof. Nyabera, who is his brother.

He was OK; he told me he was fatigued, but it could have been from running around preparing for his brother’s burial while the body was entering the nation, Tuju noted.

Prof. Magoha did not exhibit any symptoms of ill health, according to Tuju.

He was in a good mood. There was absolutely no sign that he was in any danger to his health as we talked and sat there,” he claimed.

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