God was not a fool to give humans their eyes. However, for some people they have taken the issue to their own hands and now seem to be the ones deciding whether you should have an eye or not. Sad as it sounds, barely a day after a baby's eyes were removed in Kisii, it seems the issue has again repeated itself.
This is after a middle aged man by the names Simon Kengere also had his eyes forcefully on the hands of his enemies, after they attacked him at night. Simon had reportedly visited the house of his fiance when the sad ordeal made a camp on him.
File photo: Simon Kengere lying on the Gucha hospital bed where he is getting treatment.
According to the police officer stationed near Magena where the incident happened, they on the time had been doing patrol during the late hours, when they came across Simon with the thick drops of blood coming from both eyes in the gearing cold.
Upon checking on the status of the injury, they hurriedly rushed him to Gucha hospital in Kisii, where he's now getting treatment. "I was in an house when a certain man came and started bad attack on me," explained Kengere. Charles Opondo, the officer in charge promised to get a thorough investigation on the issue.
Below are some of the reactions from kenyan citizens who were fed up with the recent poor and ugly incidents from Kisii;
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