Grief engulfed Turi Farm in Ndenderu Village in Nakuru County as friends and family gathered for the burial of a mother and her three children who died after being burned beyond recognition.
The three died due to a house fire in Kahuho Village, Elburgon in Nakuru County and the husband was held accountable and arraigned in the court of law.
The 32-year-old Alice Njeri was buried with her children aged nine, six and three. During the burial, a member of the family Mr. John Muraya revealed that they decided to bury them in one coffin because they were burnt beyond recognition. He said that although leaders and residents offered them financial assistance, they decided to put the remains in body bags offered by Nakuru County Government and buried them in one casket.
Members of Nyumba Kumi initiative led by one Samuel Maina during the meeting attributed the rising cases of murder to drug abuse. They called upon members of the public to share their problems instead of killing each other.
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