Ex-Senior Chief Daudi Owino Olak burial plans unveiled.

Ex-Senior Chief Daudi Owino Olak, before his demise was one of the few remaining paramount Chiefs in charge of Makadara region in Nairobi. His gentle soul departed on Friday 15th February 2019 while he undergoing treatment at the Matter Hospital in Nairobi.

His daughter, Madam Consolata Onguto while speaking to ACTT Digital MEDIA intimated her father died at about 11am on that fateful day after battling illness for a while. Favored with the gift of long life, Chief Owino Olak who was born in 1918 died aged 101 years.  Dignitaries led by Siaya County Senator James Orengo have sent their special condolence messages to the family.

The Distinguished lawyer personally condoled with the family at their Nairobi home in South C where he voiced a heartfelt and glowing tribute terming the deceased as a man who dedicated his life to public service.“Mzee worked very hard and had a vision. His legacy lives in his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren'' Senator Orengo said. 

Others like Siaya Governor Cornel Rasanga who is a relative to the late paramount Chief had sent his special condolence message to the family back in Ugenya.

When the current generation talks of blessings, they view it from the prism of material wealth. But there are no blessings that can compare to a man who had lived to see over seven generations in his family tree in just 100 years.

A burial committee has settled on 2nd March 2019 as the date the paramount Chief will be laid to rest in a ceremony anticipated to be characterized by activities that befits the status of a distinguished Administrator who worked with founding fathers of the Republic like the late Mzee Jomo Kenyatta; the first president of the republic of Kenya.

Ambassador Ochieng Adala who privileged to chair the palling committee gave the itinerary toward the burial of the late Ex-Senior Chief whose body lies at Lee Funeral Home Nairobi. Friends and relatives have been meeting in South C, Nairobi and also at his rural home in North Ugenya, Lifunga Village.

Funeral service will be held on Thursday 28th February 2019 starting 10am at the All Saints Cathedral Nairobi. The body will be flown to Kisumu and thereafter be taken to Ugenya by road in a convoy. Burial will be at his rural home in Siaya County, North Ugenya, Lifunga Kobiero Village on Saturday, 2nd March 2019.  

The committee led by the tech adept Amb. Adala; Consolata Onguto, Secretary and Michael Owino have set up digital Condolence book, pay tribute channel and digital candle lit platform. To sign this digital condolence book, pay tribute and light candle kindly click this link... http://www.celebratelife.co.ke/transition_announcment/ex-senior-chief-daudi-owino-olak

The funeral service will be livestreamed via ACTT Digital MEDIA platforms.