Reformed coffin stealer, who happens to be a pastor now has revealed three tribes he could not steal coffins from when they buried by their kins during his time in crime. John Kibera, the pastor, said that he narrowly escaped death while stealing a coffin from Lang'ata cemetery and decided to be a pastor after all his partners were killed in crime.
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The year 2020 was indeed a tough one whereby most of us lost our loved ones to the cruel Covid 19. Nevertheless, may they continue resting easy, Amen! However, we also had some celebrities who kept us smiling and consoling us from the hard times.
RIP: Somber Mood As Students Carry Coffin, Mourn Their Colleague Who Died After Short Illness[PHOTO]
Photo courMoodwho was It's so sad and painful to lose someone that you truly loved. Nowadays death cases have been reportedly increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya due to certain factors, eg Covid 19 pandemic, suicides, road accidents, diseases etc.
Sergeant Ayub Polo's life was cut short on Christmas day, December 25, by his colleague at Utheri Wa Lari police post. According to reports, Mr Polo was shot five times by a junior officer before fleeing the scene. However, he was arrested later and charged.
The internet has been set ablaze following news that the famous dancing pallbearers from Ghana have sold their video for a whooping 1 million dollars to an Arab firm. According to a twitter post made by one of the dancers identified as Benjamin Aidoo, they sold the viral Coffin dance video as a Non-fungible token(NFT).
The Spread of Viral The 'Coffin Dancers,' a group of Ghanaian dancing pallbearers, have shocked their admirers by revealing how they raised over Ksh100 million. After one of their videos went viral during the epidemic in 2020, the dance group became famous. A gang of young males took over social media timelines, attempting to turn funerals into fairly hearty transitions.
Residents in Fear After Robbers Attacked In The Night To Steal Expensive Coffin Days After MPs Buria
Photo Courtesy. Images were taken from previous incidents. Over the last few months, incidents in the country have been on the rise with many cases being reported daily. Many youths have turned to criminal activities as a source of livelihood. The government has been trying to fight off these gangs with little success.
It's unbelievable that something's that we've been hearing as stories happen in real life. Another scary and shocking thing is happening in Kisii county. This is after a coffin was found near a river bank. According to the sources, the coffin was used to burry a small kid.
"She Was Conned 100k by an Agent Just to Get in Saudi Arabia, She has Returned in a Coffin" Family Cries
A family from Mombasa in tears after their daughter by the name Lucy Wanja died in Saudi Arabia just three months after she landed in the country. According to the family their daughter had earlier attempted to travel to Saudi Arabia where she was conned ksh 100k by a rogue agent who later went into hiding.
Coffin industry in Kenya has continued growing over time with majority of Kenyans venturing into the business. This can be attributed to the fact that just like births, people die daily. There is however one county which prohibits this business. It is prohibited to engage in this business in West Pokot county.
The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) has finally gone dead after the Supreme Court judges ruled against it on Thursday 31, March 2022 by the seven-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Martha Koome. This article however Highlights some of the remarks made by CJ Koome, Justice Ouko, Justice Lenaola and Justice Ndug'u concerning the initiative.
Witchcraft activities are on a rise; especially in Gusii region where there have been very many chaos and emotions as elderly people get executed falsely in the name of being witches. Just two months ago, there has been an incident where 3 old grandmothers were executed; where one was beheaded before getting burnt.
Panic and confusion engulfed residents of Kongony village in Kisumu county today after they woke up to mysterious Coffin dumped in one of their homesteads. According to sources Coffin was Small in size and was dumped at homestead of villagers identified as Silverstor Okello. Mr. Okello is said to have woken up to find it there and when he called villagers from his area they opened it to find shocking things lying inside.
The drama unfolded during a funeral in Mumias, Kakamega after a man was rescued placing two eggs in a coffin while the funeral procession was in progress. Benson Mumia, a 60-year-old woman from Lurambi constituency, left mourners in Eshikhulo village, Mumias East in shock after her shocking act that brought mourners closer and closer.
Locals in Karando village, Kisumu County woke up on Thursday morning only to find a Coffin Dumped in one of the local's homestead, when they tried to look inside, they were shocked to see a live chicken that had a rosary attached to its neck, next to the innocent bird was a snail.
Photo. Caroline Kangogo Coffin The body of the late Caroline Kangogo has been into a coffin with a wedding gown to fulfill her wish. It's clear her coffin is one very expensive given at its features truly something that shows she will be accorded a very decent burial.
Photo of Desmond Tutu's Coffin. Photo/ Courtesy Desmond Tutu was a tireless spiritual and political leader, who died peacefully at age of 90. He died on Sunday, 26th December 2021, day after Christmas. It has been revealed that his body will be cremated and his remains interred.
The Facebook users have shared their thoughts after a coffin was found outside a house. The family is now in shock after finding the coffin which had a chicken with a rosary on the neck, a snail and some grey hair. The incident happened in Karando. The family has expressed their fears since they have no idea who brought the coffin at their door step at night.
Taita Taveta County elders are concerned about the Coffin business that the youth in the area are engaging in.The youth are said to parade coffins outside various hospitals spread across the county.They wait for customers who lose their loved ones in the hospitals to negotiate a comfortable price for them.The business is said to be growing at an alarming rate.