Netizens have been left in surprise after photos of a sleek, classy Range Rover Limousine Hearse allegedly purchased by a renown proffesional funeral service company which operates within Eldoret town in Uasin Gishu county surfaced online.
cording to details shared on a Facebook page Ravine News on Tuesday Afternoon, the renown company have added the classy car to its feet , a move that will see Residents of the county and Kenyans at large who are willing to meet the costs to hire the big machine give a taste of class to their loved ones on their last journey after their demise.
The Photos and details have however sparked a debate online as to weather there is need to give loved ones such classy and expensive treats when they are late and can't be able to see or feel the honour that comes with it.
Below are comments from Kenyans on the post.
"How will the dead know alibebwa kwa limousine ," a comment read.
"I always ask myself why don't you give me this when I'm still breathing. Anyway it's money talking ." A Comment read.
"As long as the living will continue contributing for burying the dead it's a nice business. " a comment read.
"Why should you make me feel like a king when i can't see and thank you...do this things to a brother when he is still alive." A comment read.
Do you think Giving your Loved ones Such Classy Send offs is Necessary, Share your thoughts.
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