The family of the late Badi Muhsin have revealed the happenings in the last moments before veteran journalist breathed his last.
According to the revelation, Muhsin who was at the time of his death a Swahili presenter at the Kenya Broadcasting Channel (KBC), passed on just moments after having his lunch.
The journalist is reported to have gone to the Coastal county on an official assignment for his weekend Swahili show.
Badi was scheduled to interview Alice Tabu on his weekend show dubbed Dira ya Magwiji.
His brother, Hafidh Muhsin said that the journalist was full of life on Thursday and Friday and his death came as a rude shock to them.
“On Thursday, we shared lunch together and he was all strong. On Friday, when he died he was also okay and had taken a meal with friends,” Hafidh said.
The 67-year-old is said to have died while he was asleep.
On Thursday October 7, the legendary broadcaster had also visited the grave of former KTN presenter Ahmed Darwesh.
In a WhatsApp group that a discussion on the death of former Citizen Radio presenter Mohamed Juma Njuguna, he also made a comment saying that he still .had fond memories of him.
“Ameen Yaarab,” Muhsin wrote at 14:55pm on Friday in response to a conversation on the passing of Juma in 2019.
The deceased body arrived in the city on Saturday, October 9 morning and is expected to be buried at the Kariakor Cemetery.
Speaking to the media, the family said that only men will be allowed to see his body at the grave site.
Already, President Uhuru Kenyatta, his Deputy William Ruto and Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti led Kenyans in mourning Muhsin.
He worked in the media industry for over three decades and died aged 67.
He had made a comeback to the media industry after it rebranded.
Muhsin is survived by his wife and two kids.