Cases of murder and suicide have gradually continued to rise in Kenya. This happens as more people have continued to die mysteriously under such related situations. Minor agreements have always turned violent as people end up killing each other before opting for suicide.
This is exactly what happened in one of the villages in Kiambu. According to sources, it's said that the victim murdered his brother before proceeding to commit suicide. The two are said to have been orphans to the point of death. It's too unfortunate that this comes at a time when crime rates, murder and suicide cases have hit the peak.
Facebook Vedio(Open link via Facebook): https://www.facebook.com/groups/2735416276579795/permalink/3925638594224218/?app=fbl
During his burial, it's evident in the vedio going viral that the man was buried like a useless thing. After digging his grave, his casket was carried and thrown in the grave, something which is not normal. This is something that has left many in stitches as questions rife. Have a look at the comments and what happened.
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