Nakuru county are mourning the deaths of their sons who were shot by police officers during the Tuesday protests, one of them losing a member less than a week after burying their patriarch.....CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

Less than a week after the cruel arm of death robbed Rose Nyaguthie of her husband, she has been thrown into mourning again after her 28-year-old son Michael Kehoha was killed.

“It is very painful that I am still mourning my husband who we buried last week yet am now off to another funeral for my son. Kehoha didn’t deserve to die the way he did,” said Nyaguthie.

They were in a sombre mood at their residence in Pipeline Estate Nakuru, in total disbelief that Kehoha was no more after he was shot by police during anti-finance bill protests outside Nakuru Statehouse on Tuesday.

Hopes dashed

“I had hopes of finding my son alive but all that was dashed when I was informed that he was in the mortuary and not undergoing an operation as previously informed by those who alerted me of the shooting,” said Nyaguthie…CONTINUE READING>>

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