Majevdia specifically asked Nairobi residents to consider being cremated saying there is not enough space in the cemetries.
"We do not have space at Langata or Pangani cemetries." He said.
This argument comes just days after kenya's first attorney general was speedily cremated after passing on. An action that ignited mixed reactions allover the country.
Encouraging Kenyans Majdevia further said cremation is considered holy especially in the hindu religion. The Hindu have been known to cremate their loved ones upon death.
According to him cremation despite taking a short time is not all about throwing the body into fire and putting the ashes. He argues that the whole process of cremation is respectful.
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