A family in Nakuru is currently in despair after their daughter reportedly committed suicide by hanging herself using a rope. They took her body to the mortuary but they cannot retrieve it for burial after failing to pay a certain amount of money for postmortem.[Photo Courtesy]
The youthful girl has been identified as Bilha and she died immediately after commiting suicide. The real motive of her commiting suicide has not been established as her family's attention has now been directed towards her burial. Bilha's brother identified as Lucas Njega says that the mortuary has blocked them from picking their deceased sister requesting them to pay huge amount of money in order to be given permission to bury her.
They are now stranded with nothing to do since they can't raise such a huge amount of money. They are now requesting other Kenyans who are in a position to assist them to contribute the little they have. The untimely death of Bilha has left many Kenyans heartbroken as they wonder what is really happening to the youths.
They now claim that the girl might have been depressed, angered or even heartbroken. Therefore, it is good for both parents and other guardians to watch any suspicious behaviours from their children in order to prevent such cases of suicides.
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