Mourners in Migori flee after ‘dead’ man shows up at his funeral meeting
Shocked, his family, relatives and friends all fled from the funeral meeting following his unexpected arrival.
Nicholus Nyamwanga from Marindi village in Suna West went missing two months ago and his family gave up hopes of finding him alive.
Nyamwanga's friends told his family that his body was retrieved from River Migori
A mortuary attendant at the Migori Level 5 hospital mortuary influenced the family and convinced them that the body belonged to their son. The body was badly decomposed
His family, his wife, relatives and friends all fled from the funeral meeting following his unexpected arrival.
Retrieved from river
Nyamwanga's family was told that their son's body was retrieved from River Migori and taken to Migori Level Five hospital mortuary.
The family, one that had given up hopes of finding their son alive, trooped to the mortuary where they found a badly decomposed body.
Nicholus' father, Francis, walked from their home in Marindi village in Suna West, to the mortuary on several occasions thereafter to attempt to identify his son but every time he couldn't because of the nature of the body.
"I was convinced by the mortuary attendant into believing that the body was my son's. We planned on picking it up a day before his burial on Thursday. My son was extremely shocked to find us organizing his burial yet he was alive," said Mzee Nyamwanga.
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