Death is something that many people not only in Kenya but across the world are coming to terms with. It is very usual for people to attend funerals and join the families that have lost their loved one in mourning.
But things were not the same in Kakamega County when drama unfolded when a man was caught placing two eggs in a woman's coffin at a funeral.
As reported by K24 TV, residents of Eshiakhulo village in Mumias East, Kakamega County, have been treated to a rare occurrence after a 60-year-old man was caught placing eggs in a coffin during the burial of a prominent business lady as the service was ongoing.
According to those who witnessed the bizarre occurrence, the funeral service of the late Jane Mguu popularly known in the village as Raila was ongoing when Benson Wetende an in-law to the deceased from the neighbouring Shibuli area was seen stealthily approaching the coffin and placing two eggs beside the late’s ears.
"The man was seen stealthily approaching the coffin and placing two eggs beside the late’s ears." Tweeted by K24 TV
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