Mr THESEE Justin

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Justin, sometimes known as “Kazee” by his close friends was a Nakuru home-boy since 
the who completed his O-level education in Nakuru Day Secondary School in 1968. He 
later majored in accounting through correspondence studies, subsequently joining Kenya 
Farmers Association (KFA) as an accountant. He was later employed at the prestigious 
Rift Valley Sports Club in the same capacity and eventually worked for a stint as general 
manager in a Nakuru hotel. Due to his reputable profi ciency in accounting, he was often 
called by various private fi rms to assist them in reconciling their books during his spare 
time thus earning himself some extra income. While he was doing all these, on the social 
scene, he was a force to reckon with as he served as the Treasurer of the famous Nakuru 
Amateur Boxing Club (Madison Square Garden). Some of his contemporary off icials who 
served in this pugilists club during its heydays when Nakuru boxers were kings in this 
sport included: David Mathai, the late Sam Chege, P. K. Minjire, Peter Morris, Mwangi 
Muthoga, Osman Abdalla, Isaac Mbote, and David Manyara, among others. In the early 
2000s, he moved to Nairobi and as fate would have it, he was re-united with his longtime confi dant and one-time Marlboro Safari Rally partner Johnson Kibunja when the 
duo excited many of us in Nakuru for venturing into this grueling international car race. 
Prior to his demise, Justin had been living in his native home-country of Seychelles 
continuing with his life-long niche until his death. Nevertheless, Justin left fond memories 
and indelible footprints as an organised, brainy, ageless, kind, generous, soft-spoken, 
and an immaculately dressed gentleman both in his mannerism and also in the way 
he interacted with people. I vividly remember Justin’s prowess in the Queen’s language. 
On behalf of Nakuru Golden Years & Today (NGYT) Facebook group, I pray that God will 
continue resting Justin Thesee’s soul peacefully in His eternal home
Tribute by Nakuru-based writer and historian, John Githanga.


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