Mulinge, who works at the Lee Funeral Home, has interacted with the big and mighty in Kenya. His interactions have, however, been limited to transporting cold and lifeless bodies to their final resting places.
In an interview with the Standard, Mr Mulinge indicated that ferrying corpses of dignitaries require “utmost respect and diligence as all eyes are on you”.
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He further indicated that he has never been involved in any accident or any mechanical problem while on duty.
“I must be the most responsible driver in the procession,” he highlighted.
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