Kenyans have taken to the internet to share their heartfelt condolences to the late Caroline Kangogo who died about two weeks ago after a gunshot was fired through her head. Her was being conducted today all a number of protocols have been followed right from the morning when she arrived from Iten Teaching and Referral Hospital, in Elgeyo-Marakwet.
However, Kenyans have protested online after noticing that the 21 gunshots that are normally fired to space during the burial of a government official with police like her included were not fired. As per the video shared by Mpasho News, Caroline Kangogo's body descended to the grave in the absence of the gunshots that normally mark a sense of respect to a fallen hero.
Kenyans have blamed the government for not doing that to Caroline Kangogo as they claim it an unfair gesture to the family of the bereaved. Check some of their comments below;
Here is the link to watch the video of her body being laid to eternal rest; https://www.facebook.com/955751467785034/posts/5012682982091842/?app=fbl
Do you think she deserved a gunshots as she was being laid to rest? Feel free to share your remarks with us on the comments section.
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