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Several Injured in Stampede as Mourners Flee After a Dead Man Resurrected

Several people are nursing injuries following a stamped in Maliki market Bungoma North Sub-County.

This is after an old man who had died close to 48 hours ressurected forcing everyone to flee for their dear lives including his own close family members.

The old man aged about 100 years had succumbed on Tuesday, July 28, and ressurected on Thursday, July 30, 2020.

On accounts of eye witnesses, the morners who had converged for the final send off of mzee Frederick Wanyonyi run for their dear life when he came back to life.

The man believed to be the oldest in that village had died in a hospital few days ago and all was set to bid him a good bye when he resurrected.

"We had never seen what we saw. An old man of this age being ressurected has never happened in our village," the mourners said.

The old man, now a new creature could not even speak after the incidence had cooled and up to now, he has remained silent and can only communicate is signs.

He is currently admitted at a nearby hospital in critical condition according to confirmed reports.

Cases of dead man coming back to life has never happened in Maliki market but sources say it once happened long time ago.

"During our old golden days, people could die and come back to life," said a 75 year-old Wakoli Barasa adding that all those who ever ressurected never talked of what they saw from the world they had gone.

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Bungoma North Frederick Wanyonyi Maliki Stampede


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