Drama as man disrupts burial of Nkaissery, claims he was sent to resurrect him

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Anthony Njuguna was quickly whisked away by security after walking to the casket. Photo: Daily Nation/Raphael Njoroge

A man interrupted Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery’s burial ceremony on July 15, 2017 after trying to resurrected the late CS. Anthony Njuguna surprised many after walking straight to where the casket was and started praying for the CS interrupting Chief of Defence Forces, Gen Samson Mwathethe’s speech who had just walked to the podium.

Kenyapoa has learnt that Njuguna insisted that he had been sent by God to pray for the late Nkaissery and raise him from the dead.

He was quickly whisked away by the tight security and was taken out for further questioning.

“The spirit of the Lord sent me here, to come and fight the forces of death,” said Njuguna.

“If you allow me to go back there and pray for Gen Nkaissery; if he does not resurrect, feel free to kill me.”

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Photo: courtesy Kenyanews

VIP security couldn’t explain how the man managed to beat the tight security and move straight to the Casket.

According to Daily Nation who first reported the story, Njuguna claimed that angels helped him reached the casket.

“I told God that I would be coming to this place and asked Him to send his angels so that they could protect me until I reached where the casket was,” he told the security officers.

Also, in the same funeral, there was commotion after a man tried stopping President Uhuru while he was walking out of the tent.

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Photo: courtesy Kenyanews 

The man wanted to hand the president a letter before security pounced and whisked him away. “When the President came to Kajiado on July 5, I tried to reach out to him,” said the 35-year-old called George Kinyaga.

“His security detail took my number but I have not yet received a call from the President. That is why I came here today to jog his memory.”

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