Several Kenyans on Twitter have expressed their chagrins with a few mourners who were present during the Burial of the late Mama Sarah Obama at her home in Kogelo Kisumu County.
In a video clip shared on Twitter by National Africa media, Mourners who were in charge of carrying Mama Sarah's body to the grave appeared to be scrambling over who should take part in the activity as they squeeze into each other's position without a proper edict.
The following are some of the reactions from Kenyans who managed to observe the incident.
"mbona wanang'angania kubeba....is that really necessary," Josie_Jos penned.
"Those Kenyans seemed to have forgotten that we have COVID. Hakuna haja yakubishana ati nani atabeba. We need to take care as required by our government," The Red stated.
"Kwani lazima kila mtu abebe. Kenyans need to teach themselves how to observe order," Bam Legend wrote.
"Kwani Kila mtu hapo alikua anataka Camera imchukue ama, Wakenya tuna Vituko sana. May her soul rest in peace," Captain claimed.
"COVID19 regulations thrown out of the window. Power and COVID19," COVID-19 is real stated.
"Covid regulations violated in the presence of police, wenye inchi indeed," Pitapi penned.
"Corona protocols indeed," Babake Ivan wrote.
"Rest in peace our dear Mama Sarah Obama. We will miss you greatly. Na hao watu wana crowd they need to observe social distancing and other Measures by the Ministry of Health. No need of Scrambling," Nzuki Anthony posed.
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