While announcing the passing on of Mr Al-Amudy at the Save Lamu offices, the organisation’s vice chairman, Mr Mohamed Mbwana, termed the death as a blow to the Lamu community as a whole.
“We were aware that our chairman had pancreatic problems and he had even undergone several operations but he was strong and would still find time to participate in various issues affecting our community. Several weeks ago, he was with us launching hand washing centres across Lamu. His death was unexpected and came as a shock to us. May his soul rest in peace,” said Mr Mbwana.
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