Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has extended his generosity through a sum of KES 250,000 and free transport to mourners who will be travelling to attend James Radido Oduor alias Odu Cobra’s burial on Saturday.
Odu was among the 21 people who were left lifeless during the terror attack at Nairobi’s Dusit D2 complex on January 15th 2019.
Governor Sonko termed the late Odu as a talented man whose legacy will remain as long as sports in Kenya lives.
Until his death, Odu Cobra was an employee at LG Electronics whose offices are at 14th Hannover, located right adjacent to the Dusit D2 Hotel which was the location of the January terror attack.
The sportsman ran an influential online football video blog, Wadau TV.
At the time of the attack, he was among the LG staff in a meeting with the Sports Journalists Association of Kenya officials at the company’s offices.
The deceased’s memorial service was held on Wednesday and will be laid to rest on 2nd February 2019 at Ukwala in Ugenya Sub-county, Siaya.
Mr Oduor is survived by a wife and a child.
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