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A woman and her three children, who were burnt in a house fire in Nakuru County, were on Friday buried in one casket.
Alice Njeri, 32 and her children Francis Mwangi, 9, Lucy Nyambura, 6 and Samuel Kamau, 3, were burnt beyond recognition in Kahuho village in Elburgon, Nakuru County in what police say was an arson attack.
Grief gripped family and friends during the burial service at Denderu village in Turi farm.
The woman's husband was arrested and arraigned in court as police suspected he had a hand in the arson attack.
During the burial service, Mr John Muraya, a member of the family said they decided to bury the bodies in one casket since they were burnt beyond recognition.
Mr Muraya said "Leaders and residents gave us financial support but we decided to put the remains in body bags provided by Nakuru County government before burying them in one casket,"
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