Burial ceremonies are some of the rituals that are respected within African communities. People are given nice send-off during their last days on Earth. For Christians, Church leaders are invited to give word of encouragement to the deceased family and also to pray for the dead to have a good rest in there Graves. In Muslim religion, those who are dead, are buried Almost immediately according to their culture and beliefs. I'm all this cases, respect is accorded to the departed souls.
Well, according to the video seen, things were not the same at Ngewa village, Kiambu county. From the video, Villagers are seen throwing Acoffin into a shallow grave while cursing the dead. They're also heard celebrating the death of the person being buried. It is claimed that the deceased Person killed his brother before committing suicide.
"IRATE VILLAGERS at Ngewa village, Githunguri, Kiambu County, thrust a coffin into a haphazardly dug grave. It's alleged that the deceased murdered his brother before committing suicide and the villagers said "no last respects!" Posted TV47.
Well, the incident has left Kenyans talking, some claiming that it was their first time to witness such thing being done. Some however, prised the villagers for rewarding the dead with what he really deserved.
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