Sossion Reveals Deadly Disease That Killed His Mother

Former Secretary-General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and a former Nominated Member of Parliament representing workers’ interests in Kenya’s National Assembly, Wilson Sossion, has announced the sad news of his mother’s demise.

In a heartfelt statement shared on X (formerly Twitter), Sossion revealed that his mother, Ruth Chepng’eno Sossion, tragically collapsed at home and was declared deceased upon her arrival at Tenwek Mission Hospital.

“It is with deep shock and sorrow that we announce the passing on to glory of our beloved mother Ruth Chepng’eno Sossion.She collapsed at home and was pronounced dead on arrival at Tenwek Hospital.

May she Rest In Eternal Peace,” Sossion expressed in his statement.Following the heartbreaking news of the passing of Ms Chepng’eno Sossion, numerous friends, followers, and well-wishers have expressed their condolences and sympathies via social media.

Peter Ng’eno (@PeterNgeno) conveyed his heartfelt condolences, saying, “Pole sana Mheshimiwa.My condolences to you and to your family. I pray that God will comfort you all.”Eng. Bii Kipkorir 🇰🇪(BOMET DON) (@shakikokipz_bii) extended his sympathies, saying, “Pole mheshimiwa, may God give you energy in this trying time of losing your mum.”

Kiprotich 🇰🇪 (@Rad_kalebu) shared his heartfelt condolences, saying, “My heartfelt condolences to you and the family. May the almighty God comfort you at this sad moments. Let her soul rest in eternal peace 🕊️.”Tim Chirchir (@TChirchir) expressed his condolences, writing, “Pole sana Mhesh. Condolence to you, Sossion family, relatives, friends, and all who knew gogo. It is well with her soul. May our good Lord grant her rest in his arms. Pole sana.”

Known for his prominent role in both Kenyan politics and education, Wilson Sossion served as the Secretary-General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) from 2013 to 2017.

Subsequently, in 2017, he was nominated as a Member of Parliament by the Orange Democratic Party (ODM).

At the time of this article’s publication, it remains uncertain whether Mrs. Chepng’eno had been ailing before her untimely passing.

Leaders from various political backgrounds, including those from Bomet County, where Sossion hails from, have extended their heartfelt condolences to the former KNUT Secretary-General and his family.

Former Bomet East MP Bernard Bett expressed his condolences, saying, “Heartfelt condolences to you and your family.”The education sector, where Wilson Sossion made significant contributions throughout his career, has also shared their condolences during this difficult time.

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