Residents of Thunguma village in Nyeri Town Constituency are in a sorry mood after a woman died after a swarm of bees attacked her at her farm. Following the reports, the residents revealed that the woman had started bee keeping to ake a living.
"A woman died after a swarm of bees attacked her at her farm Thunguma Village in Nyeri Town constituency. Residents who spoke to Nyeri Mohoro Newshub on phone said that the woman had started bee keeping to ake a living." ~ Nyeri Muhoro NewsHub.
Following this, the security officers have chipped in and launched an investigation into the matter and they have called upon the residents to remain calm as the investigation process is ongoing.
This incident has raised concern to Kenyans online as some claims that it was just a day that a man died of the same.
Below are some of their reactions;
"Jana it was a Man, Leo ni a woman, what is happening?" ~ Chiko Msupa.
"Weeee she had made a short cut to take her life." ~ Fallacie Fally.
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