Glory be to God has a 40 year old fisherman escape an Hippopotamus attack.
The scene of crime was around Njuru Sub location in Suba North Sub County, Homabay County. The fisherman known as Bernard Ojwang was attacked when he was taking is cows to drink water from Lake Victoria. Bernard Ojwang managed to escape the attack via running away.
Unfortunately, one of his cow was Killed while other three are seriously injured. According to the Fisherman Organization Chairman Charles, these is the second time Hippopotamus have attacked Bernard Ojwang's livestock.
The chairman, Charles has also requested Kenya Wildlife Service to take action when search incidents occur. According to Bernard Ojwang, it was only via God's grace that he survived the Hippopotamus' attack. But Bernard Ojwang also wants KWS to compensate him for the lose he is encountering.
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