In photos shared online, Kibaki is seen paying his last respects to Moi’s body which is lying in state at Parliament buildings.
Kibaki was driven into Parliament buildings at exactly 11:30 am and left the area at around 1145 am.
Before his arrival, a flurry of activities ensued including clearing the media and the public out of the building.
As a former Commander-In-Chief, Kibaki is entitled to VVIP treatment at any public event.
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The former head of state was received by the Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) Gen Samson Mwathethe.
Kibaki’s family requested privacy when the former president viewed the body of his predecessor, KTN reported.
On Saturday, February 9 Kibaki’s office shared photos and videos of the former president signing a condolence book.
Kibaki has kept a low profile since he left office.
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