George Magoha Cause of Death: Former Education ‘CS’ George Dies at 71!

George Magoha Cause of Death: Everyone wants to know what killed George Magoha. Stick around to the end to find out what led to George Magoha’s death and other interesting facts about his life. George Albert Omore Magoha has been a surgery professor at Maseno University School of Medicine in Kisumu County, western Kenya since January 2023.

Kenyan consultant surgeon, university administrator, and technocrat. A former Cabinet Secretary for Education in Kenya, he has been in his present role since March 26, 2019. He presided over the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) from 2016 to 2019. Let’s delve further into the cause of George Magoha’s death.

Who was George Albert?

The Maseno University School of Medicine in Kisumu County, Nyanza, Kenya, hired George Albert Omore Magoha, a Kenyan consultant surgeon, academic administrator, and technocrat, on January 17, 2023, to fill the position of Professor of Surgery.

His most recent position was as Cabinet Secretary of Education in the Kenyan Cabinet, beginning with President Uhuru Kenyatta’s second term on March 26, 2019. From 2016 until 2019, Magoha presided over the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC).

Previously, from 2005 to 2015, Magoha was the Vice Chancellor of the University of Nairobi. He taught surgery at the University of Nairobi and served as the Dean of the College of Health Sciences. At the same time, he worked as a consultant urologist at the university hospital, Kenyatta National Hospital.

George Alber Cause of Death

A lot of people said George Magoha had a great disposition. As a result of the recent events, many people are likely curious as to what exactly caused George Magoha’s death.

Cardiac arrest was the official cause of death for George Magoha.

The current president of the Kenya National Examination Council was previously the vice chancellor of the University of Nairobi. The deceased had been trained as a neurosurgeon (KNEC). A relative of Mwanda’s claims that Mwanda told him he had a premonition of his own death and that he knew the time had come for him to leave this world.

After falling at home, the former CS was taken to The Nairobi Hospital, where he died soon after admission. According to information provided by Magoha’s friend Walter Mwanda, Magoha reportedly asked his wife to call their son and daughter-in-law.

Magoha’s doctor son Michael would try to revive him when he initially began displaying this disturbing pattern but to no avail. Michael tried to find strength and support from his other doctors, but they let him down, too.

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George Alber Early Life / Education

Magoha was born on July 2, 1952, in Kisumu. Due to his [Magoha] asthma, he and his family relocated to Nairobi to live with John and Agatha Christine Obare, John’s older brother and sister-in-law.

George Magoha Cause of Death

Magoha went to school in Nairobi at Dr. David Livingstone Primary School. After that, he went to Starehe Boys’ Centre and School, where he finished his O-Levels. After finishing high school, he went on to Strathmore School to earn his A-Levels.

Magoha was given a full tuition scholarship to attend the University of Lagos in Nigeria to study human medicine. He attended the University College Hospital in Ibadan, Nigeria; the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; the Royal Postgraduate Medical School at Hammersmith Hospital in London, United Kingdom; and the Lagos University Teaching Hospital. He was an accomplished urologist and a member of Ireland’s prestigious Royal College of Surgeons.

George Alber Career

Starting as an intern, Magoha eventually became a Senior Resident and Clinical Lecturer in Surgery at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital. He was a Consultant Surgeon at several prestigious facilities in Lagos, Nigeria, and he also lectured at the same hospital. After beginning his academic career at the University of Nairobi in 1988 as a lecturer in urological surgery, he advanced through the ranks to become a full professor of surgery by 2000.

He started as the chair of the Academic Department of Surgery in 1999, then became the medical school’s dean, then the college’s principal of health sciences, then the deputy vice-chancellor in charge of administration and finance, and finally the vice chancellor in January 2005.

More than sixty articles written by him have been accepted for publication, and he has seen through to graduation forty-plus students working for a Master of Medicine in Surgery degree.


Tributes to George Magoha

A lot of individuals have sent their respects and declarations of love to his family.

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