Erishikor wrote:Deqi-Arawit wrote:The Family of Naizghi Kiflu are appealing for our financial assistance to send money so that they can keep the corps in refrigerator till he gets a green light by the authority to be buried in his home land....Anta Fetari... Is the authority fighting with dead people? Where is the [deleted] compassion? if not for the dead one, at least for his love ones.
Why can't they bury him in London? What is the problem with that? It's not like his kids and wife still live in Eritrea. It's sad to see the GoE involved in petty things such as deciding who can and can not get to be buried in their homeland. But, I'm really angry with the family too, I just don't get why they are trying to use their loved one's corpse to score a political point or two against the government? I can understand that it's every Eritrean wish to be buried backhome but the family action is equally as disgusting as the government and they should at least try let the man rest in peace now.
I don't blame the family, may be they are just respecting the wishes of their beloved one that he want to be buried in the country where he was born and raised.... As far as i am concern, The blame goes to the authority...Why do they need to make a big news of nothing.... After all, the man is DEAD!! and to allow the body to touch the dust in his home village is that last the government can do.