Residents of Busia county are mourning the death of a man who was killed by a hippopotamus last night when he was on his fishing expedition. According to his wife, he returned home in the evening having spent his time watching a football game at a local video center.
After taking his meal, he decided to go for fishing exercise because he was having some financial constraints, as reported by the deceased's wife. Little did he know that was going to be his last time see him a life
Only to be attacked by the hippopotamus as he was fishing. He has deep cuts all over his body especially on the upper trunk of the body, with deep wounds on the head.
The locals are decrying rising cases of such incidences occasioned by the rising population of hippos in the lake. They are asking the government to reduce these numbers to avert any other possible attacks in the future.
Click here to watch his wife narrates the ordeal which befell her husband on a fateful night.
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