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‘Alikua Na Deni Ya Mwenye Amekufa’ Video of a Man Happily Dancing During a Funeral Service Shock Kenyans

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A video of a man dancing joyfully during a funeral service has gone viral on social media, sparking mixed reactions from Kenyans. The video was shared by former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko on his Twitter account, where he captioned it “Alikua Na Deni Ya Mwenye Amekufa” (He had a debt with the deceased).

In the video, the man, who is dressed in an apron, is seen dancing to Kikuyu songs as he makes some rounds around the casket. At some point, he is seen kneeling down and appearing to thank God. The other mourners watch him in disbelief, while some try to stop him from his bizarre behavior.First Kenyan casualty of Covid-19 laid to rest in Kitale

According to Sonko, the man claimed that he had lent the deceased some money, which he had not paid back before he died. He said that he was happy that God had avenged him by taking away the life of his debtor. He also said that he hoped that the deceased would rot in hell for failing to honor his obligation.

The video has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans online, with some condemning the man for his lack of respect and empathy, while others finding humor in his actions. Some of the comments are:

– “This is so disrespectful and insensitive. How can you dance on someone’s grave like that? May God forgive him.” – @WanjikuM
– “Hahaha this guy is hilarious. He has no chill at all. He is just expressing his feelings. Alikua na deni ya mwenye amekufa.” – @KamauGKikuyu goat ritual held for Mukuru founder before Lang'ata burial
– “This is the height of madness. This man needs to be arrested and charged with disturbing the peace. He is a disgrace to humanity.” – @NjeriK
– “This is what happens when you borrow money and don’t pay back. You end up being cursed by your creditors. This man is just celebrating his victory. He has every right to do so.” – @MwangiJ

The video has been viewed over 100,000 times on Twitter, and has been shared by other platforms such as Facebook and Instagram. It is not clear where or when the funeral service took place, or the identity of the deceased or the dancer.


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