Condolences on the Passing on of Dr Myles Munroe and his Beloved Wife
It is with deep shock and sadness that we received the news on the untimely death of Dr Myles Munroe and his beloved wife, Dr Ruth Munroe.
We wish to convey our heartfelt condolences to his family and friends, colleagues at his foundation, and the international world at large. We were still looking forward to his valuable contribution in the growth and development of leadership of all strategic positions within the energy sector and the country at large. Dr Munroe inspired many of us through his books and continued to do so at many levels.
The news of this tragic accident comes as a shock to all who knew him and interacted with him at a personal and professional level. We further extend our heartfelt condolences to the families of all those passengers and crew members who lost their lives.
May their departed souls rest in peace. - Department of Energy, Republic of South Africa
Photo Caption: Dr Myles Monroe. Photo courtesy of www.zambianwatchdog.com
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