Police have reportedly disrupted the burial service of Mahoo Ward MCA Hanel Sagurani, dismantling tents, chairs and chasing away mourners on grounds of violating covid-19 containment measures put in place by the ministry of health.
It has also emerged that DP William Samoei Ruto had earlier on condoled with the bereaved family and was expected to attend the burial.
Mourners were forced to flee the event for fear of their lives and glaring repercussions as the police held high their clubs an guns.
Photos shared online shows the tents scattered everywhere with no mourners on sight.
BURIAL ceremony of Mahoo Ward MCA Ronald Sagurani disrupted by police over alleged Covid-19 violations.
But now the unbowed Deputy President William Ruto has landed in Mahoo,Taita Taveta county,where he is expected to attend the burial ceremony of Sagurani.
For sometime now,allies of DP Ruto have been claiming the government was out to frustrate them ,by unleashing state machineries,to stop their events as well as those of DP Ruto.
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