Burial turns ugly as Uncle is lynched by his nephews

The Police in Kenya have arrested four siblings who teamed up to beat their uncle over a coffin brawl leading to his death.
The four men where provoked after they victim refused to destroy or at least remove from the scene of the funeral a coffin he had made for his brother and the assailants’ father, who died on Sunday.
The 60-year-old man of Kaburetwa village, who was a carpenter, had made the coffin without the consent of his four nephews leading to a deadly confrontation on Thursday evening.
The four brothers Gilbert Wafula, 27, Makokha Khaemba, 47, Andrew Nyongesa, 52, and Michael Wamalwa, 17, confronted their uncle asking him to destroy the coffin but he declined.
DailyNation.co.ke reports that according to Saboti Sub-County Assistant Commissioner Elijah Omoyo, the now late victim wanted an early burial for his brother in order to allow for interment of remains of another relative.
“Since there was another burial of one of their relatives, he had recommended that his late brother be buried early but that did not go down well with his nephews,” he told the Nation.
He added that the victim was attacked by his irate nephews who were armed with crude.
“They set the coffin on fire before beating him to death,” he said.
After committing the crime the four disappeared from the scene but were later arrested by police at a nearby farm with the help of members of the public
The body of their late uncle was taken to Kiminini Cottage Hospital Mortuary.
Trans Nzoia police boss Samson Ole Kine says the four will be charged with murder.