Former Kilome MP aspirant David Ndava Kamzee is dead.
According to reports Kamzee died of a heart attack in Nairobi but information concerning his death still remains scanty.
Shocked friends and leaders took to social media to mourn the leader whom most described as generous and irreplaceable.
“We live in unpredictable times. Kilome has lost one of their pragmatic sons who vied for the Mp seat four consecutive times Hon. David Ndava KamzeeV.From my family to Hon. K amzee’s family nasema pole sana. I have enjoyed more than 40 great moments of sharing ideas and meals in different five-star hotels with Hon. David Kamzee.I have lost a generous friend who is irreplaceable in the political arena. Join me to console and comfort the family of Mheshimiwa Kamzee. Reacquaintance my fellow political acquaintance, “Cosmas Mbolu said.
“This is so heartbreaking, rest in peace, my friend. My condolences to the family, “Mutava said.
Elijah Kyalo said,” Thyumua nesa indi, three days after communication imekuwa hivo.”
Lenny Musyoka Youth President said,” David Kamzee, Youthful Kilome 2022 MP Aspirant Passes on. My Condolences to his immediate family members, Relatives, friends, and his Supporters. Rest in Peace Kamzee.”
Suzanne Ndunge Makueni MP said, “Losing someone is a painful process and timing is valuable when it comes to sending condolences message across to the beloved family. Extending my deepest sympathy and condolences to the family, friends, and Kilome constituency residents. David Kamzee was a figure very resourceful on matters of development and politics across the Kilome constituency. May you Rest in Peace.”
Kamzee vied for Kilome MP seat as an independent candidate in 2022 but lost to Thaddeus Nzambia who retained the seat with 16,058 votes while Kamzee came sixth with 449 votes.
His aim was to vie on a United Democratic Alliance ticket but he lost to Regina Ndambuki at the primaries and then chose to go independent.
He came to the limelight in April last year when the then-Deputy President Ruto visited Makueni. When given a chance to speak the electorate booed him asking for Regina to address them instead.