30 bodies of the Naivasha accident identified

By George Kithuka    

30 bodies of the Naivasha tragic accident have successfully been identified through the DNA process.

However 9 more bodies that suffered severe burns will take longer to be identified.

Kenya National disaster operation center director Nathan Kigotho says from Friday families can pick the remains of their loved ones for burial.

The government will cater for mortuary and DNA identification and every affected family will be given 50-thousand shillings for funeral expenses.



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