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The late Mairu passed on at the Nairobi Hospital on October 29 aged 94.
'I am ready to walk with any leader who is wiling to change the lives of Kenyans,' he said, urging all to emulate the late Musyoka Mairu.
COMFORTED MUSYOKA "My deepest condolences to you my brother Mr Musyoka, on the passing on of his father, Mzee Peter Musyoka Mairu. May God grant you grace for this period.
Deputy President William Ruto eulogised Mr Mairu as an elder who fought for democracy, human rights and free expression.
"It is one week today since our father Musyoka Mairu slept.
Mairu, 94, died on October 28 but the family did not reveal the cause of death.
Gideon said Mairu lived a 'long, fruitful and holy life'.
Deputy President William Ruto this morning condoled with Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and his family at his Karen home following the passing on of his father Mzee Peter Musyoka Mairu.
Bungoma senator Moses Wetang'ula also eulogised Mairu for his 'iconic advice and relentless efforts in his quest to have a just society'.
Bungoma Senator Moses Wetang'ula also eulogised Mairu 'for his iconic advise and relentless efforts on his quest to have a just society'.
Helen Forsey (Garrett's) with Lorna Tyson, of the Merebrook House Hotel, at the reopening of Garretts Restaurant; Food writer Carol Wilson with her husband, Simon, at the reopening of Garrett's; Teresa Bickley with Simon Nezri (Simon Alexander Hair Salon), at the Malmaison; Tracey Nichols and Tom Barry at the preview of Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood's exhibition, at Liverpool Academy of Arts; Mairus and Deborah McGovern (Liverpool Dental Spa), with Atomic Kitten singer Natasha Hamilton, at the Malmaison wine tasting; Jo Cutler, Deborah McGovern and Lisa Cutler enjoying the hospitality at the Malmaison wine tasting; Mike Gaffney and his wife, Joan, at the preview of the Ronnie Wood exhibition
Mairus' 20-year-old girlfriend, Victoria Vaitekunaite, was initially charged with the Downing Street matter as well.