Four women show up at mortuary in Kenya and claim okada rider's body

Four women show up at mortuary in Kenya and claim okada rider's body

Officers from Kerugoya Police Post, Kirinyaga county in Kenya, were called in to restore order after four women fought over the body of a bike rider on Wednesday, May 8.

The women identified as Janet Wambui, Lydia Wanjiru, Susan Wakuthii, and a fourth one, a female resident from Kimbimbi village, turned up at Kirinyaga County Funeral Parlour to collect the body of Peter Mwangi.

Citizen Digital.

Confusion and drama at Kirinyaga County Funeral Parlour when four women showed up to collect body of Peter Mwangi. Photo: Citizen Digital.

READ ALSO: President Uhuru Kenyatta spotted casually driving in Nairobi

Drama began when each of them claimed to be Mwangi's legitimate wife.

While making it known each had a son with the late rider, they jostled for public attention to prove how each was close to the man who died on Sunday, April 28.

Soon, the scene became chaotic after they failed to back down on who should be allowed to take the body home for burial, prompting family and friends to intervene but in vain.

Despite pleadings from all quarters, they engaged in a cat fight that saw police officers from Kerugoya called in.

With time ticking away, the immediate family members agreed the 32-year-old be interred at his uncle's home where the service went on uninterrupted, albeit hurriedly.

Nawa o.

In other news, reported that a Kenyan woman gave birth and forgot the whereabouts of her child due to amnesia.

The woman has been stuck at the Kenyatta National Hospital for two years after she suffered an acute case of amnesia after giving birth and forgetting the entire experience.

Caroline Nduta is said to have given birth by the roadside in South C estate, Nairobi, back in June 2017 before she was taken to the health facility alongside her baby.

READ ALSO: Personal letter from the Editor-in-Chief of (formerly

HELLO! ( upgrades to We keep evolving to serve our readers better.

Nigeria News: Abuja Hospital, Parents Speak on Historic Separation of Co-joined Twins | Legit TV

Source: News

Mailfire view pixel