The body of Timona Mlana Amukambi lies in a Kakamega Mortuary for over six hundred days because of a two thousand, seven hundred shilling debt and a land dispute. The morgue bill is now at a quid over six hundred thousand shillings.
The Amkukambis want Paul Kangayia to foot the mortuary bill for the continued delay of the burial of the late father. This is because Paul Kangayia is the reason why Amukambi has not been buried for over two years.
Kangayia claims that his dad sold a parcel of land to Amukambi in 1975 for nine thousand. However, Amukambi never cleared a 2700 balance. When his father died in 2009, he left behind a will that named Amukambi with a debt of the amount.
The case is before the magistrates court in Kakamega while the body lies in St. Elizabeth Mission Hospital Mukumu. The family will now have to wait for April Sixth for a determinant on their case as the courts are adjourned for now because of Corona.
Late Amukambi's wife. Picture courtesy.
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