Members of the public in the Republic of Kenya has highly sent their heartfelt condolence messages to the family and relatives of a woman and her three children who were buried in one casket in Nakuru county.
The bodies of Alice Njeri, 32 years old and her children Francis Mwangi, 9 years old, Lucy Nyambura, 6 years old and Samuel Kamau, 3 years old, were burnt beyond recognition in a house fire in Kahuho village in Elburgon, Nakuru County, in an arson attack.
A suspect believed to have had a hand behind the arson attack was the woman's husband was arrested and arraigned in court.
According to reports from the Molo Sub County Deputy County Commissioner, Josphat Mutisya, the bodies were retrieved from the burnt house on Friday last week.
Revealing why the bodies of the three were buried in one casket, one family member identified as Mr John Muraya, said they decided to bury the bodies in one casket since they were burnt beyond recognition. The remains were laid to rest at Denderu village in Turi farm.
Internet users highly reacted while sending their condolences as on the below screenshots;
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