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Final sendoff for Ngong crash victims

14 June 2012, 13:15

Nairobi - Burial plans for Internal Security Minister George Saitoti and his Assistant Minister Joshua Orwa Ojode – both killed in Sunday Ngong chopper crash – are complete.

The Standard reports that their charred remains were identified during a post-mortem on Monday, and close family members were able to pick out their loved ones, and considering the state of the bodies it is unlikely there would be an open casket.

Saitoti’s requiem Mass takes place on Friday at Holy Family Basilica, Nairobi, before burial on Saturday. Ojode will be buried on Sunday.

- For more visit The Standard

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