•Murunga's body will be released for burial on Saturday, or any other day the family will decide to bury.
•Wangui and her two children have been allowed to attend the burial and participate in the arrangements.
Magistrate Peter Muholi on Friday allowed DNA samples to be collected from former Matungu MP Justus Murunga's body.
This is after a woman - Agnes Wangui - claimed Murunga sired her two children.
Muholi's order follows an application from each party to provide their own private pathologist at their own cost.
The DNA test will be done on Friday at 1:30pm at Lee Funeral Home.
Murunga's body will be released for burial on Saturday, or any other day the family will decide to bury.
Wangui and her two children have been allowed to attend the burial and participate in the arrangements.
On Monday, Wangui claimed that Murunga had plans to settle with her and their two children in Karen.
She said Murunga had already bought a parcel of land in Karen and construction plans were in the pipeline.
“Murunga had also wished we formalise our union before making it known to his family or the public. As a matter of fact, he had wished that the same be conducted in accordance with Agikuyu marriage customs. Unfortunately, death robbed him from us before he could actualize his intentions,” says Wangui.