President Moi will also be remembered for his sharp dressing during his 24-year reign. He always wore British tailor-made suits.
We lay him to rest on his chosen spot, and though we miss him, we are buoyed by his powerful guidance to his family, friends and Kenya.
Moi's journey, from an orphan boy tending goats in Kabartonjo to State House, is a testament of what can be achieved through determination, hard work and the guiding hand of the Almighty
Since Moi’s wealth is spread across many sectors in Kenya, the family has to agree on how to share it without drama
By the time the political conditions made it difficult for Moi to practice detention without trial, he had jailed 19 political dissidents
The photo that best defines Moi has been picked as the official portrait for period of his mourning through his burial.
Lee Funeral Home is one of the few the British citizens living in Kenya trust to do a perfect job when they are preparing their loved ones for their final rites.