Man hurriedly buried in Limuru after showing COVID-19 signs tests negative
By Fay Ngina
| April 30th 2020
25-year-old man who was hurriedly buried in Nyambari, Limuru, after exhibiting
symptoms of COVID-19, tested negative from the virus.
was taken ill after he complained of breathing difficulties and was rushed to a
private hospital and later transferred to Kiambu level 5 where he died.
According to Kamau’s family, their son was asthmatic, and he was being treated for a tuberculosis infection at the time.
Citizen, the caretaker said the Kamau was selling shoes and clothes before
leaving the job to become a DJ. The caretaker says Kamau would stay out late at
night when it was freezing.
family states that they were informed in the manner that their son would be
buried after government health official’s linked his death to COVID-19 to which
he tested negative.
However, the family now wants answers as to why their son was buried before the results of the test came out.
comes days after a man in Siaya who died of COVID-19, was buried in bizarre
that left the villagers shocked.
condemned the manner in which the 59-year-old James Onyango was buried and even
asked the government to exhume his body for a decent burial.
have any intention of burying our brother at night. We wanted to give him a
decent burial during the day.
culture does not allow someone to be buried at night like a dog the way they
did to my brother. This thing will affect the kids,” said Zack Oyango, brother
to the deceased.
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