Samuel Ragira, a man popularly known as OCS Ragira, was on Saturday laid to rest at a remote village in Gusii, a fortnight after his tragic death in Nairobi.
Drama and confusions dominated the burial as angry students mainly from the University of Nairobi demanded to know why the government has not explained circumstances behind the death.
There was uncertainty before the burial started as rowdy students threatened to de-whip 'opponents' in the highly attended funeral at Nyaribari Chache.
Speaker after speaker demanded to know why the government had taken long to arrest those behind the fatal shooting of Mr Ragira, a former Kilimani ward MCA aspirant.
"It may take many days or years but we shall know the killers of OCS. He was butchered by people well known by government and we shall ensure they are charged with murder," said Duke Mainga, a youth minister in Kisii.
Last week, Embakasi East MP Paul Ongili alias Babu Owino promised to support the young family to establish business for stability. He vehemently condemned his brutal murder.
"I will support his family until they establish business empire. That is a guarantee and nobody will make his dream die in death. We are going to protect his soul even in death," he said.
Ragira was shot dead early this month at Club 36 in Nairobi by people believed to be Mungiki vigilante group, which had been outlawed by the government.