The late Major (Retired) David Wachira was living proof of how fine a person can be. He was a good boss to the people in his charge, a loving husband to his wife, and a devoted father to his children. He was also a good friend to many of us and a great colleague. The character of the life he lived might be summed up in a few words: he was sincere, he was earnest, he was loyal.
As the Deputy CEO of Foxton Media Limited, he led his staff in such a way that he exemplified leadership. He gave energy, commitment, and inspiration to his staff and to others with whom he worked. Albert Einstein said, “The value of a man should be seen in what he gives and not in what he is able to receive.” In one word, the late Major (Retired) Wachira was a man who gave. He gave much to his work. He had a beautiful smile, a sense of humor and a gentle demeanor. He was bright, logical, and systematic in his thinking. He was always willing to share his ideas and information. He was passionately interested in reading, scripts writing and editing among other matters, and he would advise us on the principles of secular humanism. Many of us found him to be a splendid person of great intellect and big heart.
In his career as Deputy CEO of Foxton Media Limited, he worked with passion, integrity, and energy. By his death, all the people who knew him will miss a highly intelligent, vibrant, and generous individual with a rare friendliness and charm of personality. The late Major (Retired) Wachira was a genuinely warm and wonderful individual, one we will miss greatly. Our sorrow is lessened only slightly with the comforting thought that we had the privilege to know him.
Major (Retired)Wachira was a co-executive producer of Coerced Revenge as well as Mission To Rescue films. He was also the scriptwriter of a radio talk show series dubbed Usalama Watch.
At the time of his death, the late Major (Retired) Wachira was working on the Mpakani Series, as one of the executive producers.
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