May 20, 2024

“Kibaki’s Son”; A Man Who Wailed Over Kibaki’s Death Interrupts Kibaki’s State Funeral

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Kibaki’s State Funeral; “Kibaki’s Son”; AKA Allan Makanda, A Man Who Wailed Over Kibaki’s Death Interrupts State Funeral.

Allan Makanda, who was recorded wailing Mwai Kibaki’s death at Parliament on Tuesday, April 26, disrupted the late President’s State Funeral at Nyayo National Stadium moments after President Uhuru Kenyatta delivered his speech.

Makanda approached the podium where the clergy was seated and requested to be granted permission to address the congregants at Kibaki’s state funeral.

He requested two minutes to make a few statements when security intervened and whisked him away from Archbishop Anthony Muheria of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Nyeri.

Archbishop Muheria wrapped his arm around him to shelter him from the security guards.

“He is a Kenyan and a son of our nation. He is emotional at the loss of our President. Treat him well,” Muheria pleaded. 

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Makanda stripped and grieved outside Parliament on Tuesday, April 26 as the people viewed the body of the former President.

Outside the Parliament buildings, he further drew attention by stating that Kibaki was his biological grandfather.

“I have been living with a mentality that I am a distant grandchild of Kibaki so give me a chance to see his body.”

“People used to call me ‘Kibaki’. From the time I came to Nairobi in 2016 till now, people still call me ‘Kibaki’ (mjukuu wa Kibaki),” he alleged. 

Makanda added that he comes from Bungoma and claimed that he strikes a close resemblance with the late Mwai Kibaki.

He cited his grown bald head as proof of his allegations. 

“He is my president, he gave me free education, give me time and opportunity to view his body,” Makanda wailed.

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