Funeral is the last right of passage done to human beings on earth characterized by alot of praises and ceremonies.
Although it was the most respected occasion according to the African traditional societies, it is not always the case as some individuals decides to break the traditional moral.
From Kivindi estate, Mwingi north constituency, Kitui county in the former Eastern province, a man,25, identified as Alex Ndunda disrupted his friend's funeral and demanded to be allowed to make some announcements.
According to John Wamutu, a local or rather resident, the gentleman waited when the priest was preaching and snatched a microphone from him.
Conferming the incident, the area senior chief disclosed that the suspect was arrested by police officer who responded to a phone call from a village elder and was taken to Kitui central police station waiting to be taken to court once the investigation is concluded.
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