Isaac Terer
Former Speaker Isaac Terer.

Kesses MP Aspirant Isaac Terer Mourning Death of His Brother

Isaac Terer, a former Uasin Gishu County Assembly Speaker is mourning.

Terer and his family have been plunged into mourning following the death of his younger brother Philemon Kiprono Terer.

The Kesses Member of Parliament aspirant confirmed the death of his brother in a post on his official Facebook page.

He described the late Philemon Kiprono as ‘a calm kindhearted family man’.

“Friday noon was a dark moment like no other when the curtains fell on the life of my younger brother Philemon Kiprono Terer. My brother was a calm kindhearted family man.

It is so tragic and agonizing that we lost him too soon at his prime age. The past two days have been extremely sorrowful for us as a family. I thank all friends and relatives who turned up to say pole to our family both at our Mugundoi and Chereber homes. I’m personally short for words to describe how I will dearly miss him. Fare thee well my brother. Till we meet again,” Isaac Terer said in the post.

Terer with his late younger brother.

A number of Uasin Gishu County Assembly members have already shared their condolences message with the former Speaker.

In a message shared on his Facebook page, Uasin Gishu County Assembly leader of Majority Josphat Lowoi wished Terer’s family strength as they mourn.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with our first Speaker Isaac Terer, Assembly staffer Vibian and the entire family of Kaptich of Chereber, Kesses for losing a brother, a husband, and family member Mr Philemon Kiprono Terer.  May God give you strength as you mourn your loved one. Receive condolence on behalf of my family, the people of Karuna Meibeki, and Uasin Gishu County Assembly. Mutyo missing. Rest in peace brother. Mutyo missing,” Lowoi said.

Isaac Terer served as the Uasin Gishu County Assembly Speaker from 2013 to 2017.

He is now eyeing the Kesses MP seat, which he unsuccessfully vied for in the 20017 general election.

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