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"Toka Hapa" Mourners Tell Embu Women Rep. After Saying This About Slain Embu Brothers - Video

Drama was today witnessed in Embu during the burial of two middle-aged men from Embu who were found dead in a mortuary days after they were allegedly arrested by the police for flouting curfew rules.


The incident that happened several days ago has sparked alot of reactions from Kenyans along with different politicians who called upon the director of criminal investigation to look into this incident before it gets out of hand. 

Giving their statements to the police, the family claimed that they found the body of the deceased at the mortuary days after they were arrested. However, Embu police boss claimed that the deceased died after jumping out of a moving vehicle. 

Her statement would later be refuted by the government Pathologist who revealed that the two brothers allegedly succumbed due to the trauma induced to them after being hit by blunt objects that allegedly took their lives. 

While reacting to this incident, Embu women representative, Honorable Thitima said that she didn't say anything about the death of the deceased due to the fact that she was out of the county working on other things.

This was followed by a dramatic scene after several angry residents called her out accusing her of pretending to represent women while at the same time, not speaking on behalf of the woman whose kids had been Murdered. 

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Embu Embu Brothers Thitima Toka Hapa


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