The former Tetu MP’s daughter killed herself and the motive remains a subject of speculation.
His second-born daughter also tried committing suicide but was caught in the nick of time and rescued.
3. Peter Munga’s son
Joseph Tharuma Munga, a software engineer and the son of Equity Bank founder and chairman, Peter Kahara Munga, allegedly fell from the second floor of Black Diamond club situated at Bishan Plaza on Mpaka Road.
Joseph, popularly known as JT, died at a Nairobi hospital after he succumbed to injuries following the fall.
4. Njeru Githae’s son
The last born son of former Finance minister Robinson Njeru Githae committed suicide in a bizarre incident in their Runda home. The body of 24-year-old Brian Karanga Njeru – a fourth-year computer science student at the University of Nairobi, Chiromo campus was found in his room after he failed to turn up for lunch on that day.
5. Solicitor General Muchemi Wanjuki’s son.
Three children of former assistant minister Archbishop Stephen Ondiek died in a grisly road accident when they were returning to Nairobi after helping their father win a nomination for the Ugenya parliamentary seat in November 2002.
Ondiek’s daughter died on the spot. His two sons were flown to Nairobi Hospital where they died immediately after being admitted into the ICU.
When he won the elections five of his 22 children had died during that period.
7. Dalmas Otieno’s son
The veteran politician’s son died in May 2008, after a helicopter crashed on a residential street in Cranbrook, landing on top of him as he walked along the street. He was staying in Canada.
8. Njenga Karume’s son
The late Kenyan billionaire Njenga Karume’s son died in a horrific road accident on Nakuru-Molo road at night.
The prominent politician’s son’s car rammed into a trailer on the busy highway. This happened on September 2010.