Yesterday, Kenyans learnt of the sad news that the Kianjokama Brothers had lost their grandmother. The grandmother, Gladys Embu, is said to have gone mute after she learnt of the passing of the two brothers.
Picture courtesy. Funeral of Gladys Embu.
The 94-year-old, Gladys Embu is said to have fallen into depression when she learnt of the brothers death. She had been suffering from High Blood Pressure which she succumbed to a few days ago.
Picture courtesy. Burial of the grandmother.
Gladys Embu has been laid to rest today in an emotional ceremony in Kiandong'o Village. She is said to have been inseparable with the two brothers who were killed that time in Kianjokama.
The family and friends of the brothers who died barely two weeks ago were all present at the burial. The two brothers are said to have been killed by police after being arrested by police over breaking curfew laws.
The six officers who were implicated in the death of the two brothers have been arrested and are undergoing trial. They have been charged with murder and the case is going on in Milimani Law Courts. Many hope that the family of the two brothers will receive justice.
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