The head of the facility Dr Bernard Warui revealed that at the moment, the four are in a stable health condition and are continuing to receive treatment.
The sad incident came just weeks after two siblings from the same area were admitted in hospital in a critical state after eating chameleons prepared for them by their elder 7 year old brother. The brother said that he mixed the chameleons with a little potatoes to prepare stew because there was no other food at home. Luckily, the two kids were saved.
Their mother Joyce Chengetich was given a job by governor Susan Kihika and also provided with a fully furnished house whose 3 months was paid by the county government. Her 8 kids were taken to school.
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