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To import or not Moi’s coffin – Weekly Citizen

Those organizing for the burial of  late Daniel Moi are said to be torn between two theories on whether to import or procure a locally made coffin for the burial of the former head of state.

Weekly Citizen has information that there are those pushing for the importation of the coffin while another group seems to be comfortable with a locally made modest one.

A section of family members have been toying with an idea to have Moi buried in classy and expensive coffin but it’s not clear whether it would see the light of the day since there’s a group opposing the suggestion.

It’s not clear whether those agitating for the importation of the coffin have in mind, a golden bullet proof casket.

Ahead of the burial of former late powerful minister Nicholas Biwot, social media was awash with news that he would be buried in a golden bullet proof coffin, but that did not materialize.

The burial committee of Moi led by head of public service Joseph Kinyua is yet to decide on which type of coffin to be used as another group within the family is said to be giving preference to the kind of coffin used in burying late Jonathan Moi or Lena Moi.

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