In Summary
  • Mr Nyandiko Ongadi said this will fulfil Luo cultural wishes after the death of the MP.
  • The elder also said that Mrs Okoth should visit her husband’s home to perform certain rituals together with the family.
  • He argued that the rituals would be necessary considering that the body of Mr Okoth was not buried.

The leadership of a splinter group of the Luo Council of Elders wants the wife of the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth, Monica, inherited according to the community’s traditions.

The group’s chairman, Nyandiko Ongadi, this will fulfil Luo cultural wishes after the death of the MP.

The elder also said that Mrs Okoth should visit her husband’s home to perform certain rituals together with the family.

He argued that the rituals would be necessary considering that the body of Mr Okoth was not buried.

The MP’s body was cremated in Nairobi.

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