A bizarre scene happened in Kakamega County earlier today after what residents described as a message from the deceased for not respecting his wishes. The death of the deceased is subject to a land dispute that is said to have culminated before he fell ill and died.
It is gathered from the family whom is said to have been having a long running battle among each other over land and other family issues that led to the death of the deceased. He was found dead in a ditch after a sudden mysterious illness struck the otherwise healthy man. Neighbors who know the family say it is suspected to be witchcraft which is a perennial problem in the area.
The deeply superstitious community in Navakoli village say the bizarre incident at the grave site definitely warrants elders to partake of traditional rituals to cleansing ceremony. The clergy who were present are said to have scampered for safety after a flame ignited from the grave as the casket was being readied to be interned.
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