A terrible incident occurred in Mahoo ward on Tuesday morning, when police disrupted a burial service for Ronald Sagurani, who died on Tuesday last week while undergoing treatment at Pandya Hospital in Mombasa.
The cops had disrupted the funeral by tearing down tents and ejecting people.
While addressing the mourners after the people had settled, Deputy President William Ruto apologized to the family of Ronald Sagurani, the late Mahoo ward representative for the same unusual incident.
“I am apologizing to you the family for what transpired earlier. I want to ask for forgiveness on behalf of the Government as a government leader, for the unnecessary disruption. When Government does things that annoy the public, I have a duty to take responsibility,” said the DP who noted that the events were “shameful”.
Ndindi Nyoro, Kiharu MP, stated that the administration, led by President Uhuru Kenyatta, was enraged by the BBI's failure in the Court of Appeal, hence the frustrations directed at Ruto.
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