Photos have emerged of caskets that will be used in burying the Kogalo fans who died a couple of weeks ago along the Mombasa Rd on their way to Machakos to watch a Gor Mahia match.
The three were squeezed between a moving vehicle which they were hanging on and another stationary one collecting passengers.
Gor Mahia fans are well known for hanging recklessly on moving vehicles that ferry them to such matches.
Just close to a week ago, there was another match in Nakuru, the Mashemeji Derby. Videos emerged of another group of fans clinging to a moving vehicle that had been hired to transport them to the venue, Afraha Stadium.
Maybe they do not just learn from the fatal ends that these acts often lead to.
Well now, the bodies of the three Gor Mahia fans who died in the grisly accident will be released from Chiromo mortuary today Thursday May 10th and buried on Saturday in various parts of Nyanza.
Kennedy Omondi, George Okwayo and Kelvin Otieno Ouma will be laid to rest in Nyanza on Saturday, May 12, after Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko cleared their mortuary and autopsy bills.
Sonko also offered a hearse and two vehicles to escort each body to their respective rural homes.
Their counterparts have now pimped caskets to be used in resting their fallen colleagues. In photos seen by KISUMUINSYDER.CO.KE, the fans are seen adding final touches to the coffins painted green and white, which are the club’s official colors.
The club’s labels and slogans were also written all over the coffins as seen on the photos below
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