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Prominent businessman Kamil Hussain dies in Kenya

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Prominent Businessman and Managing Director of Chint Energy (Pvt) Ltd. and Synergy Ventures (Pvt) Ltd. Kamil Hussain passed away in Kenya yesterday.

Hussain was reported to have been infected with dengue and had also developed viral pneumonia.

Expressing his condolences over the demise of Hussain, Foreign Affairs Minister Ali Sabry said Kamil Hussain was a friend, patriot, and social activist who despite repeated disappointments and setbacks believed in unity in diversity for all Sri Lankans.
Kamil Hussain was also the CEO of Orange Electric. He has served as the Regional Manager of Ceylon Tobacco in 1997 to 2006. 

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