Relatives of people who perished in the Naivasha tragedy will have to wait for two more weeks before they can bury their loved ones.
Nathan Kiogotho Director of National Disaster Operations at the Interior Ministry today stated that all bodies of the tragedy will be subjected to DNA for positive identification to shun cases of families taking the wrong bodies.
Meanwhile the Kenya Redcross has set up a tracing desk at the Chiromo Mortuary in Westlands to help families having difficult time in finding their loved ones as body identification process started today.
He says After receiving news of the tragedy, he rushed to the scene and identified his brother’s body from among those scattered at the scene.
He fondly speaks about his younger brother, describing him as a friend and source of encouragement in the family, further praying to God to rest his soul in peace.