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Collect Bodies For Disposal, City Mortuary.

Byflorence wairimu

Jul 31, 2020

The Nairobi Metropolitan Services, through health secretary Josephine Kibaru, said that there is 158 bodies at the City mortuary and at Mbagathi funeral home. Therefore, she urges public interested Kenyans to collect bodies failure to which they will be forced to seek authority for disposal. In addition, she says that most of the bodies are from accidents, lynching, shooting and murder. The unclaimed bodies most of them are male. The main reason to it is to create room of receiving more bodies, Josephine adding that the morgue is incurring a lot of losses maintaing uncollected bodies..

Minimum period of corpse in a mortuary is 7 days if no reason of it being disposed.   

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