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Kirinyaga man sparks reaction for keeping decomposing body in the house

Police in Kirinyaga County have arrested 45-year-old James Muchira and his wife for keeping the remains of his late mother in the house.

The couple was apprehended after the man's relatives, led by his brother Evans Mwaniki, requested assistance from authorities.

Neighbors reported that the man and his wife barred anyone from entering their home, which also serves as a church called "God's Mountain of Believers." When police officers entered the couple's home, they discovered a decomposed body.

Details indicate that the suspect's mother was receiving treatment at a hospital before he took her to his home church to, ostensibly, pray for her.

Kenyans Reacts:

π‘³π’π’“π’“π’‚π’Šπ’π’†: PeopleΒ in Churches and Society as a whole need to understand death is inevitable. We are all bound to die even the Bible states so. Sorry but this more than religion or church. This mental.

π‘ͺπ’π’“π’π’π’š: Poor guy,the pain of losing a loved one is hard. lakini some of this beliefs are misplaced. He should be counselled not arrested.

𝑨𝒍𝒍𝒂𝒏: Has anyone bothered to establish the cause of death?... i hope she wasn't denied medical attention.

π‘©π’†π’π’‹π’‚π’Žπ’Šπ’: Pastors wanafaa wakuwe na degrees in theology na masomo pia, ama hakuna degree. Uko mbinguni??? Riswa!!

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