Decent burials are always good move to appease the departed soul. But how much you spent on the burial function should be determined by your pocket not leaning on others for help.
The move has made the lawyer question the fundraising programs.
In his tweet, Donald B Kipkorir has unleashed his disappointment over the fund raising issue.
"When the rich families ask the public for money to bury their kin, who will bury the poor? How much really is needed to bury? Can't the sons, daughters, nieces, uncle's, and in-laws buy a coffin and dig a six foot grave? Funeral fundraising ought be made illegal," the lawyer tweeted.
In his argument, the rich are exploring the poor in the burial ceremonies. This messege directly hit at Kibaki's request. According to Nairobi news, Lucy Kibaki's family has fur financial help to busy kin
The request was not taken lightly from the lawyer himself as the tweet can tell.
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