A section of fishermen who were ok their fishing expeditions at Lake Victoria were surprised and shocked at the same time after catching what they didn't expect at Ng'odhe Islands in Mbita, Homabay County.
According to the DCI, the fishermen went on a fishing spree on the night. With a lantern lit to guide them on the activity, they cast their nets awaiting to have a good catch.
Within no time, they felt their nets were heavy. The trio were happy and hopeful that they had made a bountiful harvest.
But to their surprise in the morning, they had catch what is unlikely in the lake. They discovered that their net had caught six heavy metals and only a 'Korokoro" of omena. They discovered that the metals were mortar bombs.
One of them argued that they can't stay to watch the bombs explode, forcing them to swim on the risky waters infested by hippopotamus. But one remained on the boat and he managed to steer it on to the shore. He then reported to the police. The matter has been taken over by Mbita based DCI. His friends were lucky to swim unhurt.
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