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Video: Drama at Frank Obegi's funeral as man demands to speak

"Apana. Lazima watu wanisikie, Lazima wanisikie!"

In Summary

•The man who seems to be very emotional and in deep pain (and maybe a bit tipsy) can be heard begging the organisers to speak to the people assembled.

•"Apana. Lazima watu wanisikie, Lazima wanisikie! Nipe microphone. Lazima watu wanisikie," before video then cuts out.

Frank Obegi
Frank Obegi
Image: COURTESY

The late social media influencer and blogger Frank Obegi was buried on Tuesday this past week at his rural home in Bogwendo village, with his funeral witnessing some drama.

In a video seen by the Star and posted on cyprineoenga's TikTok page, a man can be seen begging to speak to the assembled mourners attending the funeral.

The man who seems to be very emotional and in deep pain (and maybe a bit tipsy) can be heard begging the organisers to speak to the people assembled.

"Apana. Lazima watu wanisikie, Lazima wanisikie! Nipe microphone. Lazima watu wanisikie," before video then cuts out.

From the comments section, some Kenyans claimed that the man who was demanding to speak was actually the late Frank's brother, while others alleged that he was the best friend who wanted to tell his truth.

Here is the Video:

Check out some of the comments below:

user8425452312261 In such a moment never ignore such character they know a lot, allow him to speak then boom 💥🤯 the narrative changes

Quela that's his bro...just do it aiiii

user6255372921066 The pain of loosing a loved one isn't easy it's painful 😢😢

cpete Helpi Jamaa is in pain, ni brother yake...Hata kama he was an alleged conman

PhylisMugoh brother to Frankline😏😏...it was not easy for him akie😩😩 acheni kumcheka

ONE LOVE 🤞 your best friend trying to testify on behalf of you during your burial...💕

Jayden Brittz Was about to spit the truth 😂😂

The late Obegi was among the four mutilated bodies discovered in Kijabe Forest on Monday, June 20, 2022.Obegi who was born on 06/09/1996 , was the second born child to Evans Mose (Bowendo) and Beatrice Nyanchama.  He was a brother to Leytone Teya and Gilger Nyang'ate.

Kenyans who engaged with or knew Obegi on Twitter expressed their sorrow, with each user describing their relationship with the young man and the memories they shared.

His close family members remember him as a happy-go-lucky guy with a sterling attitude to life.

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