Finally the body of an aged grandma has been buried or laid to rest after 17 years because of land disagreements.
According to Ramogi FM News, the deceased family members encountered difficulties in lying the body to rest. These is because one of their neighbor family complained that the land the late was to buried never belonged to her.
The deceased's family so in turn moved the body to Machakos funeral home until today. But finally they have managed to burry the body today at Mbuani in Machakos county.
The place happens to be true land of the deceased. To settle the mortuary bills, the family had to ask for contribution from their allies because the bills were too high. The land disagreements have also been settled.
The deceased's names are Easter Ezankwa Gitivo, 93. She died in the year 2004. Her death was just a normal death but after that the land disagreement caused the delays.
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