Youths in Kisii county caused drama when they stole a casket from a funeral and took it back to the house of the deceased person's lover.
Some say that the deceased's in-laws did not want her to be buried in their home, therefore her family arranged for her burial to occur in Bomachoge.
The body of a young woman named Kwamboka Momanyi, who had been in her early 20s, would be cremated without her three-year-old daughter, who had been abducted by her ex-boyfriend.
It's said that Kwamboka formerly had a romantic relationship with her ex-boyfriend, but her parents forbade her to marry him.
Kwamboka died a few weeks ago in an accident that occurred when she was working as a househelp in Nairobi.
The funeral of Kwamboka's mother was interrupted when her ex-parents lover's refused to let the daughter bury her mother.
The daughter of Kwamboka has been invited to the funeral, and the family claims that they will not return the body until she is present.
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