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4 vehicles hired to take body to mortuary break down, but upon removal of corpse, the vans’ engines roar to life

Shock engulfed mourners at a homestead in Mukonge Village, Lugari Constituency in Kakamega County on Monday, September 14 after four different vehicles hired to transport the body of an 88-year-old man to a nearby mortuary broke down in mysterious circumstances.

Kepha Abukusi died in the wee hours of Monday morning, and his
family hired a van to take his remains to Chebaiywa morgue in Lugari.

However, upon loading Abukusi’s body onto the van, the vehicle’s
engine failed. Another van was, consequently, hailed. Again, its engine failed
when Abukusi’s remains were loaded onto it. The same happened when a third and
fourth vehicle were hired for the same mission.

Surprisingly, every time Abukusi’s body was offloaded, the
vehicles’ engines roared back to life.

The deceased’s nephew, Evans Avoga Odari, told K24 Digital that they had to return
Abukusi’s body into the house after the four vehicles developed mechanical problems
in unclear circumstances.

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“We suspect that he (Abukusi) doesn’t want to be separated from
us just yet, hence his resistance to leave the homestead,” said Odari.

Abukusi’s family say they will be forced to perform traditional
rituals to appease the deceased into “accepting to join the next world”.

The post 4 vehicles hired to take body to mortuary break down, but upon removal of corpse, the vans’ engines roar to life appeared first on K24 TV.

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