A burial ceremony(source.facebook)
There was drama in Mwea east constituency, Kirinyaga county after a man tried to prevent his father from burying his daughter on their land.
The man who was not identified immediately stated that the woman being buried is her stepsister and didn't deserve to be buried there.
According to him, this is because she came with their mother and doesn't even bear their father's name.
"The woman being buried isn't ours, I don't even know her and when I heard about her death called the family but my father insisted that she is his and she will be buried here. The girl came with her mother and they had their own home and land but they left them and came here," said the man.
He said that after their father failed to listen to them they went to court but the court ruled in their father's favor.
"I have accepted the court's decision but this does not end here," he noted.
The father however said that the son was creating all this chaos after he attempted to have the land house and failed.
"He wanted to have the property by force which is not possible. He said he should be given land and a house too. I have already given him land and he has failed to develop it. It's the rainy season but he hasn't planted anything," said the father
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