An outburst as confusion and panic gripped residents of Marindi Village in Suna West Constituency, Migori County, when a 35-year-old man, who was believed to be dead, arrived unannounced at a funeral meeting at their home.
According to report, the man’s family was finalizing his burial arrangement on January 16, when Nicholous Okelo Nyamwanga showed up at his parents’ home.
It was gathered that, One week ago, Nyamwanga’s close friends informed his family members that his decomposing body had been spotted preserved at Migori Level Four Hospital mortuary after Nyamwanga had gone missing from home two months ago, and his family members had given up on finding him alive.
The father have this to say:
“I was convinced into believing the body I suspected to be my son’s was indeed his. The mortuary attendant influenced that decision,”
The tricenarian’s father went on to say they had planned to pick the body from mortuary on Thursday, January 18 ahead of his burial, which was penciled in for Friday, January 19.
Francis Nyamwanga said horrified mourners, including the man’s wife and relatives, fled the funeral meeting.
“They later returned, and were happy to reunite with my son,” said Francis.
Francis added that his son was “shocked” to discover that his family members were organizing his burial, yet he was alive.
“The discovery shocked him. He is yet to come to his senses,” said Francis.