Marakwet East Mp Kagongo Bowen is lucky to be alive after he survived a scathing attack by some rogue bandits during his campaigns.
According to sources, Kagongo was accompanied by hundreds of his supporters when some heavily armed bandits emerged from the forests.
Speaking to the media, Kagongo said they were just getting ready to start their rally when all hell broke loose.
One after the other locals took their heels scampering for safety as the rogue killer shot at them indiscriminately.
"We were forced to hide behind some huge rocks for over 30 minutes as they shot at us mercilessly."
Nevertheless, the parliamentarian made several calls to the authorities who hurried up and saved what could have been a worrying massacre.
The area leaders have been urging the government through the interior cabinet secretary doctor Fred Matiang'i to beef up security in the region.
Lately some horrifying bandits attacked have taken place in the area with several left dead ans a number nursing serious injuries.
On this particular incident, two men who sustained gunshots are currently recovering in hospital.
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