There was shock in Kapenguria after a man walked into his own funeral which was underway and this has since been established that he was wrongly identified yet he was alive and far from home where he was going on with his daily hustle to make a living.
According to reports the body that was wrongly identified as his was first seen inns bush by women who were selling vegetables and the body produce a strong odour and after checking, they saw the body resembling that of Muriumeler.
The women then informed the family who began it's burial plans immediately and set the burial date and he learnt of this after he was told that his family was planning for his burial.
The man then called his brother who worked nearby and expressed his fears to him and he then went home where he found people mourning him.
The body that was being set for burial was then taken to the Kapenguria mortuary by the police as it awaits identification.
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