Raila's messenger who an MP has today received heckles from the gathering mourners at Kapnyamisa village, Mosoriot, Nandi county where he was to read the condolence message from the former prime minister Raila Odinga.
The MP after finishing his greeting, he said that he came to address the mourners and read the condolence message from honourable Raila Odinga and that's when he received heckles from the mourners who couldn't keep quiet and allow him to read the message, however, he continued readiing till the end.
The late Agnes Tirop is being laid to rest today, and her burial is being attend by athletes and politicians including Hellen Obiri who couldn't finish her speech as emotions outweighed her, Oscar Kipchumba murkomen is also in attendance.
Meanwhile, the family is still seeking for justice for their child as Agnes Tirop's sister lost her cool while addressing the mourners and asked president Uhuru to fasten her justice. Watch full video.
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