Henry Mwani, 35, staged a mock burial service for his daughter in April. The primary school teacher had reached out to his estranged wife to inquire about their daughter's well-being. Her words were heartbreaking. She informed him that their daughter had died and was buried in Nairobi's Lang'ata Cemetery.
Photo:Henry Mwani at his daughters 'grave' at their home in Ematiha village, Kakamega County A man in Bungoma county could not hide his joy after he found out that his daughter who he had been told had died of Covid-19 was still alive and kicking. 35-year-old Henry Mwani , a primary school teacher narrated how his estranged wife informed that their daughter had 'died' and buried at Lang'ata Cemetery in Nairobi after he called to know how she was doing.
Man Meets His "Dead Daughter" as the Family Recount How They Conducted Burial of a Girl Who is Alive
(Photo: A mock burial ceremony in Luhya community) Back in April, thirty-five-year-old man identified as Henry Mwani planned and conducted a mock burial ceremony for his daughter. This is what Luhya community does when a person dies but the body is not found. The family conducted this form of burial after receiving news that their daughter was dead and had already been buried at Lang'ata Cemetery in Nairobi.
Shock after primary school teacher finds daughter 'buried at Lang'ata' is still alive. This is after in late April, 35-year-old Henry Mwani organised a burial service for the daughter. The primary school teacher had informed his estranged better half to know how their child's progress.