Charles Njonjo Dead or Alive? Charles Njonjo Death Hoax Rumour Explained: There is some news that has been circulating on the internet and getting huge attention from the netizens. The news is about the passing of the former Attorney General whose name is Charles Njonjo. However, the news is completely fake as Charles is properly healthy and fine, is with his family at home in Muthaiga, Nairobi County, and enjoying the weekend with them. As soon as, the family got the news that the news of Charles’ is spreading on the internet, they immediately dispelled the reports of his death online. In this article, we have brought all details of the matter. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Charles Njonjo Dead or Alive?
For some time, the news of the former General Charles Njonjos’s death has been circulating online and creating a buzz online. The news is getting viral with the likes of Paula Kahumbu, the Chief Executive of Wildlife Direct, and Mike Mbuvi Sonko, the former Nairobi Governor. After seeing the news of his death, his family considered the rumors exaggerated. They shared a post in which they confirmed that Charles is perfectly fine and enjoying his weekend with his family. In the statement, it has written, “Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated. I am well and enjoying my weekend at home as we celebrate Utamaduni Day”.
Charles Njonjo Death Hoax Explained
Some people who are known to Charles have also sent their condolences to his family after seeing the news. Some of his fans have also sent prayers and thoughts to the family. But the news is not true at all. Charles is completely fine and having a good time with his family.
‘I am alive and enjoying my weekend’’ Charles Njonjo denies rumors of his death
Talking about Charles Njonjo, so he is a former Attorney General of Kenya and the Minister of Constitutional Affairs who was born on 23 January 1920 in Kibichiko village, Kikuyu, Kiambu County. He is also known as the son of the late Josiah Njonjo who was one of the foremost collaborators of British rule and a colonial paramount chief in Kenya. Njonjo was also best known as “The Duke of Kabatshire”. In 1972, he got married to Margaret Bryson. The two have three children together whose names are Nimu Njonjo, Josian Njonjo, and Wairimu Njonjo. In 1988, he served as the chairman of the Kenya Wildlife Service. As of 2021, he is 101 years old.