Family members have been arrested for causing fracas at the funeral home this Tuesday morning.
The relatives of the late Obed Mwangi accused the widow of trying to steal the body of her husband from the morgue without their consent.
Relatives of the late Mwangi including his grandchildren raged at Mercy Mission morgue in Eldama Ravine town referring that they were excluded from the burial arrangements of their own.
They additionally blamed the widow for doing mystery internment game plans without their endorsement.
The widow, her relatives and members from her church had shown up at the funeral home by 7am to pick the body.
The relatives caused fracas and also threatened to cause disruption of the services of the morgue.
The police were alerted and they intervened immediately.
Suspects were arrested and taken to the Eldama Ravine Police Station.
“Our hands are tied and we only have one option, they go agree or move to court,” said Koibatek police boss Maxwell Agoro
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