I happened to be at a burial in Langata , and adjacent to us was one for a street child’s mother…At
first it was a bit scary coz the street kids were like 30-40 in number, and there were causing commotion .
some were high on glue,drinking, even taking bhang
Wat saddened is that most were young , looked like 15 yrs n below when they came to lower the
body they just dropped the casket n it fell head first no payers nothing…Since there was only 1 spade
some went and plucked crosses from graves and were using as spades. As others used the same to chimbua some graves. Got 3 skulls and were playing with them as footballs.
Posing with them as they took pics …got some other bones n u culdnt believe thy dnt even fear .I felt soo bad
these kids are so hardened, see no value in life , have never felt unconditional love .N we just call them chokoras!
After their football they left the skull n bones scattered and left… walking probably to tao ,you cud tell
they r kids coz wen u wave bye to them …they happily waved back
there was a time hyenas would excavate skulls and femur borns from shallow graves in L.A. That waste land is full, a single grave can have as much as three guyz or more burried on top of one another, there are two main categories of graves in that cemetery; permanent and temporary. The temporary ones stay for a relatively short time and someone else is burried on top of you.