Couple in the Mwingi who lost family members in a bus that capsized in the river have spoken painfully. According to the old couple, they preferred death than seeing bodies of family members especially the grandchildren laid down lifeless.
Mutua and wife Syombua are clear it's better death than see your grandchildren lifeless. They are clear as part of nature it's expected that the old die first before their grandchildren but that's not the case here in his family.
The couple are clear they lost two of their children as well several other grandchildren eight of them. The family is clear they are highly concerned of the incident and they prefer death themselves as each passing day has brought nothing but pain when they remember the painful incident.
The family is highly concerned as even their wedding never happened owing to the unfortunate incident. The couple lost several members of their family in a seriously bizarre incident that has shocked everybody in the country of how such happened leading to massive deaths at once.
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