Drama was today witnessed in Meru County during the burial of a General Service Unit (GSU) officer who succumbed in during Turkana banditry attacks. According to information shared by locals on Facebook, neither his neighbours, relatives, friends nor church attended his burial.
Photo: (Courtesy) Screencrabs from the video.
In Most police or military burial, the comrades of the deceased conducts the burial with the help of the locals or family members. It is reported that for the GSU officer, he never reported home since he was employed in 2006 or supported his family for all those years.
The neighbours demanded to be paid to participate on the burial. His colleagues had to go to find a place in the Bush to Bury him by themselves.
Here is the link to watch the video. Click here. https://www.facebook.com/100063747858027/posts/pfbid0z91Rjj73SC24mKasTBshQbyukEAfeKTb1uaxqihEwL9Vz3Qgowyg7CYd6hNEMuBgl/?app=fbl
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