President Ruto Mourns The Death Of Capital FM Journalist Sean 

In a condolence message, Ruto remembered Sean as an accomplished sports journalist whose influence will be greatly missed.

President William Ruto has expressed his condolences on the death of Capital FM sports journalist Sean Cardovillis.

Sean was discovered dead on a staircase at his home in Westlands, Nairobi, on Saturday morning.

In a condolence message, Ruto remembered Sean as an accomplished sports journalist whose influence will be greatly missed.

“Saddened by the passing of a brilliant and outstanding sports broadcaster Sean Cardovillis. He was a cool, insightful, and gifted journalist who played an integral role on our radio stations,” President Ruto said.

“We will miss his clear and concise voice, passion, and upbeat personality. Our prayers are with his family and media fraternity at this painful time. Rest in Peace, Sean.”

Police said Cardovillis’ body was found Saturday, September 9 morning outside his house along Rhapta Road, Westlands where he lived alone.

According to the police, the body was found at his staircase by a cleaner who had gone to clean the area leading to his house on the fourth floor of an apartment, police and witnesses said.

It is not clear if he was leaving for work or had died Friday night, police said.

Witnesses said the cleaner raised the alarm and an ambulance arrived there.