[PHOTOS] How it went down for man claiming to be Kibaki relative

The man wanted be allowed to view the body of his 'grandfather'

In Summary

•The unidentified man claimed that he is a distant grandson of the late Mwai Kibaki, and was devastated by the news of his death.

•"Allow me to see him one last time," he told the officers.

The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
Image: EZEKIEL AMING'A

On Tuesday morning, Kenyans were treated to a rather confusing scene after a wailing man caused drama at Parliament Buildings in Nairobi where the body of retired president Mwai Kibaki is lying in state.

The unidentified man claimed that he is a distant grandson of the late Mwai Kibaki, and was devastated by the news of his death.

The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
Image: EZEKIEL AMING'A
The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
Image: EZEKIEL AMING'A

Wailing at the top of his voice, the man caused a scene as he repeatedly asked, "Why have you gone too soon?"

Even with the police officers trying to console him to calm down, the man would hear none of it.

The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
Image: EZEKIEL AMING'A

"Allow me to see him one last time," he told the officers.

The man went ahead to remove some of his clothing, protesting that he be allowed to view the body of his 'grandfather', who introduced the free primary education.

The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
The man who claims to be retired president Mwai Kibaki's grandson at Parliament Buildings at April 26, 2022.
Image: EZEKIEL AMING'A