Residents of Kambi Samaki area in Baringo county have been gripped by shock after a huge python emerged from a house of former snake hunter, Mr Ewei Nakorot few hours after he was laid to rest in his home in the outskirts if Lake Baringo.
According to the local residents, after the burial on Thursday a huge paython was found inside his house an incidence wich they described as the mourning of former snake handler who spend most of his life handling the venomous reptiles in diffarent parts of the country.
The locals further alleged that the appearance of the reptile might be a good sign that the old man was a good friend of snakes since he used to take good care of them. Mr Ewei developed an interest in the reptiles after a snake bite wich made him become a professional venom harvester .
Ewei Championed for the care of snakes in the community because he saw the venomous reptiles as a source of revenue to the community. His family too is synonymous with snakes since his wife treats victims of snake bites while his two sons are professional snake handlers.
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