Former Cabinet Minister William ole Ntimama is dead - The Standard (press release)

Former Cabinet Minister and long time Narok North MP William ole Ntimama is dead; he died of natural causes, family says. During the night of September 1, Mzee Hon. William Ole Ntimama passed on at his Narok home from Natural Courses. DCI Officers ...

Lessons from the late William Ole Ntimama - The Standard (press release)

For forty years the late William Ole Ntimama served his constituents in an appropriate manner and became an influential leader and was even regarded in many occasions as the spokesperson of the Maa community. He was a fierce defender of the Maasai ...

Preparations are in top gear for William Ole Ntimama burial - ZIPO.CO.KE

William ole Ntimama Former Cabinet minister William ole Ntimama. He died on Thursday. PHOTO: JOAN PERERUAN/NATION MEDIA GROUP. The late William Ole Ntimama will be laid to rest next to his three deceased children at his family home in Motonyi.

The late William Ole Ntimama's burial details announced - Citizen TV (press release)

The late former minister William Ole Ntimama will be buried on September 14, 2016, the chair of the funeral committee Hassan Kamwaro has announced. Addressing journalists in Narok on Sunday, Kamwaro cautioned journalists against misreporting on the ...

Public to be locked out of Ntimama's burial in Narok - The Star, Kenya

Former Narok Senate Aspirant Andrew Sunkuli (left) with Former Heritage Minister William ole Ntimama' s son Tempes Ntimama at Motonyi home in Narok County on Saturday. PHOTO/KIPLANG'AT KIRUI. Facebook · Twitter · Google+ · WhatsApp · Email.

Uhuru, prominent EA leaders expected to attend Ntimama burial - Daily Nation

Fibal touches at the rural home of the late William Ole Ntimama on September 4, 2016 ahead of his burial. PHOTO | GEORGE SAYAGIE | NATION MEDIA GROUP. In Summary. About 50,000 people are also expected to attend the burial ceremony of the late ...

Nkaissery, Kaparo tipped to succeed Ntimama as Maa community kingpins - The Star, Kenya

Former Heritage Minister William ole Ntimama speaking at a past function on August 12, 2016. With him, from right, is President Uhuru Kenyatta, Narok Governor Samuel Tunai, Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery and Narok Senator Stephen ole Ntutu /KIPLANG'AT ...

Details of William Ole Ntimama's funeral communicated - TUKO.CO.KE

The late William Ole Ntimama will be interred next to his three deceased children at his family home in Motonyi. READ ALSO: Uhuru, Raila's emotional tributes to fallen Maasai leader, Ole Ntimama. Martha died in 1989, Drake in 2003 and Caroline in 2006.

Ntimama family prepares for burial in Motonyi home - The Star, Kenya

Former Heritage Minister William ole Ntimama will be buried next to his three deceased children, the family has said. Family spokesperson Tempes Ntimama said the committees tasked with burial arrangements in the Narok home, the Oloropil home and ...

Former minister to be buried in Narok, tentative date has been set - Daily Nation

Meanwhile, at the Narok branch of the Kenya National Library Services, a special corner is reserved for Ntimama. Library assistant Nelly Tangeti said the former Heritage and Culture minister started the Narok library to assist residents access information.

Ntimama's wish fulfilled as kin and friends plan befitting sendoff - The Standard (press release)

Burial committee chairman Hassan ole Kamwaro, who has been a close family friend, said the team had settled on September 10 for burial, but subject to the availability of President Uhuru Kenyatta who is expected to attend. Former Cabinet minister ...

Ntimama swap with coup leader Ochuka saved him from detention - Daily Nation

Minister of National Heritage William Ole Ntimama (left) receives President Mwai Kibaki when he arrived for the Mass of late Internal Security Minister George Saitoti at the Holy Family Basilica on June 15, 2012. He claimed friendship with every ...

Ntimama to be buried on Saturday, says family - Daily Nation

Former Cabinet minister William ole Ntimama during and interview at his home in Nairobi on July 28, 2016. He passed away on September 1, 2016. The family has said he will be buried on September 10. PHOTO | MARTIN MUKANGU | NATION MEDIA ...

Ntimama's (in)famous quotes remain unbeatable - Nairobi News (satire) (press release) (blog)

William Ole Ntimama during a press conference in this photo taken in March 2009 when he served as the Minister for National Heritage. FILE PHOTO. By SYLVANIA AMBANI. As the country mourns the passing on of the late William Ole Ntimama, many will ...

Kajiado MPs eulogise Ntimama as a mentor - The Star, Kenya

Kajiado politicians yesterday united to mourn the Maasai kingpin of the “lie-low statement” William ole Ntimama. Leaders said they have lost a father, mentor and their spokesman of many years. They included Governor David Nkedianye, assembly speaker ...

Uhuru and Ruto eulogise Ntimama, say he was a devoted, cheerful leader - The Star, Kenya

President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto yesterday mourned former Cabinet Minister William ole Ntimama. The two leaders described Ntimama who died in the morning as "a great leader who devoted the prime years of his life to the ...

Ntimama was to attend a women's fundraiser - The Star, Kenya

Former Narok Senate aspirant Andrew Sunkuli during the wedding ceremony of Narok Senator Stephen Ntutu's son Mark Ntutu at Nkorinkori home in Narok West constituency on August 20.PHOTO/KIPLANG'AT KIRUI. Facebook · Twitter · Google+ ...

The Lion of the Maa who spoke his mind takes a final bow at 86 - The Star, Kenya

President Uhuru Kenyatta addresses a delegation of leaders from Narok and Laikipia counties led by former National Heritage minister William ole Ntimama (seated, red tie) on August 9. Ntimama told Uhuru Maasailand would support the forthcoming Jubilee ...

The firebrand politician and fierce defender of Maasai rights - The Standard (press release)

For some the late Cabinet minister William ole Ntimama was a thorn in the flesh. For others, especially his Maasai tribesmen he was their undisputed King. Ntimama, whose word was law in Maasailand - bestrode the Kenyan political landscape like the ...

Maasai leaders mourn a mentor - The Standard (press release)

Leaders from Narok and Kajiado counties yesterday mourned former Cabinet Minister William ole Ntimama, who died on Thursday night. Narok Governor Samuel Tunai described Ntimama's death as a misfortune. “We are distraught, desolate and sad as a ...