Kenyan whose skeletal remains were found in German forest set to be buried

Rita Owour Ojunge the Kenyan woman whose skeletal remains were found in a German forest months after she went missing.Rita is set to be buried on 14th December PHOTO COURTESY

A Kenyan woman whose skeletal remains were found in a thicket months after she disappeared is set to be buried.

Rita Owour Ojunge whose remains were found in a German forest in June is set to be laid to rest on 14th December at the Alter Domfriedhof Der St Hedswigsgmeide according to Mkenya Ujerumani, a Kenyan run publication that major on news affecting Kenyans living in Germany.

Rita’s skeleton was found on 29th June in a forest in Bradenburg, three months after she disappeared.

Rita who was living with her husband and kids was last seen dropping her kids off to a neighbor.

The burial is set to be held in Berlin, the German capital.

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Reports by the publication indicate that the burial was delayed by German police officers who were still conducting investigations to unravel what exactly lead to her death before they could release her body for burial.

Following the incident, Rita’s mother Felista Awour was forced to travel to Germany to attend her burial.

Last month, Rita’s mother expressed her frustration on the manner in which German authorities were handling investigations into the incident.

The burial comes just a month after the body of a Kenyan teen who had gone missing was found floating in a river.

The teenager identified as Britney from Drewtiz had reportedly argued with her mother before she disappeared.

And last week, the body of yet another Kenyan identified as Martin Berlin was found in an underground train station in Osloer Strabe in the Gesundbrunne with police saying that he might have been hit by an underground train.