The Late Hon Peter Sankale Kurrinyo, MCA Mosiro Ward was yesterday laid to rest in peace following his death. Kurrinyo was all well until the last official engagement, which was a cultural function held in his ward on Monday 11th April 2016. He attended this in the company of other County government leaders. He developed ill health on Tuesday the 12th April 2016 where he sought medical attention in Narok. He passed on while undergoing treatment on Sunday 17th April 2016.
Cord Principal Hon.Raila Odinga accompanied Kajiado county boss Hon. David Nkedianye, his deputy Hon .Paul Ntiati, Senators from both counties Kajiado and Narok counties, area M.P, County Assemblies from both counties, and other government officials attended the burial ceremony. Speaking during the event the Governor warn sharply on lands selling that it will leave many homeless. The county boss added that land fight has begun long ago and all he can do for now is to proceed ahead to stop the syndicate of land selling. The governor also urged all the leaders to forget political differences and join hands to help the community to better their life’s standard. Voiced to all leaders to join hands and help Mosiro residents because most of them are squatters, their lands have been sold. “let’s come together and avoid political difference to help mosiro people because most of them are squatters their land have been sold.” Nkedianye said Promising them to go back soon to have a talk with the family of the late Peter Sankale on how to help them. “I will come back soon to have a talk with the family of the late Peter to known how to help them.” He also encouraged the wife of the later to trust God.
The county boss also promise them, the county will ensure that all the projects will be followed to implementation and Mosiro people will be considered. On wildlife issues the governor said it is another big issue that has not been properly dealt with. Adding that human wildlife conflicts has been escalated over the years and we need to give it a proper address.