Today something unreal happened to David Musyoki while on the road driving his car in kitui county.Musyoki is currently fighting for his life at Kitui level 5 hospital after the snake bite him on his left hand.That scene has left many people shocked and wondering how could that happen.
Musyoki has explained what happened and said that,"Nilikuwa tu naendesha gari yangu Kama kawaida ndo nikasikia kitu imeangukia gari juu kutoka angani.Nikamua kufungua dirisha kuangalia ,niliona maajabu baada ya nyoka mkubwa kuruka ndani ya gari yangu na kuniuma mkono.Kutoka hapo nikapiga nduru ili nipate usaindizi wenye nilipata nikajikuta hospitality."
The crowd came and killed the snake recklessly while they were still shocked how it managed to enter in the car.Thank God Musyoki is safe now after getting medication at Kitui level five hospital.Many Kenyans have reacted on social media over the story saying that it is very annoying with such a big snake coming from nowhere to attack an innocent person.
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