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The Top Five Mortuaries in Kenya

Death is something that is inevitable and we will all have to go through it someday because no one is immortal.

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However, where you are preserved when you die speaks a lot about how rich or prominent you were when you were alive.

As witnessed most recently by the funeral procession of one Orie Rogo Manduli, then you know that she was someone who was prominent.

She was taken to her home in a 20 million shilling Range Rover hearse from the Mortuary to her home.

So, here are the top five funeral homes in the country:

Umash Funeral Home

Located in Nairobi, Umash is a preserve of the high and mighty when it comes to death in the country.

Just spending a day at this funeral home can set the family back in excess of 20,000 Shillings and the space is said to be very limited and exclusive.

Montezuma Monalisa Funeral Home LTD

The main branch of this funeral home is located in Nairobi's Mbagathi way which is found next to the Armed Forces Memorial Hospital.

It has been described by families of those who used it as one of the best funeral homes in the country and will set you back tens of thousands of shillings for a day.

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Perozie Funeral Services

This one is found on the busy Waiyaki Way in Kikuyu, Kiambu County and said to be a preserve of the rich.

It's an expensive place to put one of your loved ones and will set you back also some thousands of shillings a day.

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Destiny Funeral Services

Found on the busy Ngong' Road highway at Dagoretti Corner, this funeral home is an expensive affair.

The location also gives it a leverage when it comes to how much you have to pay for a body to be kept here.

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Lee Funeral Home

Lee is one of the most exclusive funeral homes in the country with some of the most wealthy and powerful people.in the country preserved here.

Located next to the exclusive Nairobi Hospital, this is one of the places where affording it is not an easy affair for most Kenyans.

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