In Summary
  • Among them was Mr Patrick Mutua, the family spokesman for Geoffrey Mutinda, who was killed by a stray bullet on November 28.

  • The seven-year-old boy was playing on the balcony at Pipeline Estate, Nairobi, during President Uhuru Kenyatta’s swearing-in.

  • Mr Odinga told the mourners that the person who killed Mutinda can best be described as a murderer.

Wailing rent the air at Chiromo Mortuary, Nairobi, Thursday as families of people who the opposition claimed were killed by police collected the bodies for burial.

They were allegedly killed during Nasa leader Raila Odinga’s return from a tour of the Unites States and Europe as well as election protests.

The families said some of the victims were not among the demonstrators.

Among them was Mr Patrick Mutua, the family spokesman for Geoffrey Mutinda, who was killed by a stray bullet on November 28.

The seven-year-old boy was playing on the balcony at Pipeline Estate, Nairobi, during President Uhuru Kenyatta’s swearing-in.

HAUNT KILLERS

Speaking on behalf of the 16 bereaved families, Mr Mutua said the boy’s blood will haunt his killers.

“As a family, we are still asking ourselves why the young boy had to die,” said Mr Mutua.

“A boy who did not even know what politics is or what demonstration is. But we leave everything to God.”

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