Star Jose Chameleon Stirs Online As He Prepares For His Funeral, Ask Organisers To Send Applications
Ugandan music star Jose Chameleon has given out some of the things he would like to be done at his funeral if his time in the world comes to an end. Speaking to an Uganda TV station at an interview, Chameleon revealed that he has revealed to those close to him what he would like to be done at his funeral.
George Saitoti was a Kenyan politician, economist, mathematician, and businessman best known for his coverage thinking. As a mathematician, the late George Saitoti was the head of the mathematics department at the University of Nairobi. He was a driving force behind the formation of the African Mathematical Union.
Emotions High As Family Receives The Body Of Their Son Who Died In Grisly Road Accident In Australia
Emotions were running very high at Nairobi when the family of the late Brian was receiving his body ahead of the burial. According to reports, the late Brian Kipyego Tireito was a young Kenyan with bright visions who had gone abroad for further studies and also searching for green pastures.
You must have attended a funeral and you were left wondering why the dead are buried six feet under the ground. Here is the reason why. 1.It helps in preventing theft. This might sound strange but some people usually steal the casket and use it for evil purposes.
|Photo Courtesy Of Brian's Casket Being Ferried By A Special Tractor| Kenyan's have continued going to foreign countries to study and sadly returning back in caskets i.e. Brian Kipyego Tireito. Brian's body landed today into Kenya from Australia after a long wait by his family members.
Kenyans have launched a search for a woman whose photo went after she was spotted Ferrying a baby's casket a few days after Kenyans ushered in the new year. In a photo that is trending, the woman whose name is yet to be disclosed was seen Ferrying a casket on a Motorcycle.
Netizens Overwhelmed With Pain After Spotting Woman Ferrying Dead Child Remain Using Bodaboda Online
[Photo courtesy] Loosing a loved a friend, relative, colleague,father mother or child, is one of the painful thing in life that one would not wish to experience. When a family is bereaved,it is usually an African culture to give the deceased a befitting send off , starting from the time the body is being transported from the morgue,by hiring a hearse to ferry the body.
Pain, grief engulfed Denderu area as mother and her 3 kids who were burnt beyond recognition are buried in one casket. The four lost their lives as a result of burn injuries following an arson attack allegedly committed by the family's man. Area's assistant Chief said that the matter is still under police investigations.
Meru Assembly Majority Leader, Kiriithi has finally clarified the undergoing plans for the burial of the 7 herders who were shot dead by camel herders at Tigania in Meru. Kiriithi has finally opened up on the amount of millions which have been budgeted to ensure the 7 victims receive a descent burial.
Every means of transports on roads are always licenced to specificity such that they can either be licenced to carry only people from place to another, to carry only goods such as cargos or to carry both people from one place to another. One of the common means of transport which are always prone carrying human being from short distances and some small quantity of goods are the motorbikes which are normally operated by the Bodaboda operators.
Desmond Tutu's ashes were placed at St. George's Cathedral in Cape Town, South Africa, on Sunday during a private service. The Anglican archbishop and Peace Prize recipient, who died on December 26 at the age of 90, had requested that his funeral be simple and that his remains not be burned with fire.
Pain and grief engulfed Denderu village, Molo, Nakuru County during the burial of a woman and her three children. The emotional burial saw Alice Njeri, 32-year-old and her three children, Francis Mwangi,9, Lucy Nyambura,6, and Samuel Kamau,3, were buried in the same casket.
A family of four who were burned beyond recognition in Nakuru County during an Arson Attack was laid to rest on Friday last week in a single casket at Denderu village. Alice Njeri (32) and her three children aged 9, 6 and 3 were allegedly burned live at kahuho village in Elburgon sub county.
Domestic violence is a global public health problem. Almost one third of women experience some form of physical and or sexual violence from an intimate partner in their lifetime. A woman and her three children, who were burnt in a house fire in Nakuru County, were on Friday buried in one casket.
Tragedy hit a family of four when a woman named Alice Njeri and her three children died in Nakuru County after burning beyond recognition inside their house. According to the report by Nation Africa, the family got torched at night in a village called Ndederu in Molo. The incident is reported to have occured as a result of illicit brew sold in the area, with main suspect being Alice's husband.
Kenyans were touched after a photo of a Nairobi woman riding a motorcycle with a little coffin was published on social media. The photo was taken at the City Mortuary roundabout on Mbagathi Way in Nairobi, and the casket appeared to be on its way to Kenyatta National Hospital.
Members of the public in the Republic of Kenya has highly sent their heartfelt condolence messages to the family and relatives of a woman and her three children who were buried in one casket in Nakuru county. The bodies of Alice Njeri, 32 years old and her children Francis Mwangi, 9 years old, Lucy Nyambura, 6 years old and Samuel Kamau, 3 years old, were burnt beyond recognition in a house fire in Kahuho village in Elburgon, Nakuru County, in an arson attack.
The body of 25-year-old Kenyan Bryan Kipyego has landed in Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. This is according to the latest post shared by the Facebook page ravine news a few moments ago. The body of the 25-year-old arrived in Nairobi inside a casket wrapped with cartoons around it.
The cases of death rates in the country has been rising as more souls get lost.In many funerals there dead are buried underground in six feet and these are the four major reasons behind it. 1:To reduce the incidences of theft. It may sound ironical but in real sense there have been people who steal the caskets to use in other purposes.This digging deep underground help to reduce such risks.
it's not like anyone would like people to die, but death is inevitable and once a person dies, the only thing family and friends can do is to bury them in a coffin or casket. In Molo sub-county, Nakuru County, the Casket-making business has become a necessary venture for sustaining many families despite the stigma ring to it.