By Arnold Neliba
While other archbishops, bishops and cardinals were donning the official purple zucchettos on their heads, Archbishop Raphael Simon Ndingi Mwana a’Nzeki always appeared in a unique, four-cornered hat, a gift he got from an Ethiopian cleric, and which he believed represented the African spirit. It stood out from the rest, a bit odd like the bearer, who was independent minded and firm of decisions.
When news of his death got out on March 30, many Kenyans remembered the man who spoke up for justice and peace in the run up to multipartism in Kenya.
In his village in Kyangii, in Mwala