Two brothers were left nursing serious injuries after they accidentally detonating an abandoned explosive in Narok county on Saturday, December 10.
The boys aged 12 and 6 detonated the explosive while grazing their goats.
They were rushed to Narok County Referral Hospital in critical condition after sustaining injuries on the legs and eyes from the exploded shrapnel.
According to reports, the two minors were left unattended at the hospital for eight hours while their family searched for funds to have them moved.
Their father said they were forced to raise Sh100,000 in order to transport the duo to Tenwek Hospital in Bomet County. They were asked to pay KES 50,000 for each boy.
They were told that they cannot be allowed to transfer them to Tenwek Hospital unless they have the cash.
After an eight-hour search, the family managed to raise some funds, and when the media arrived at the hospital, they piled pressure on the injured to be transported to Tenwerk Hospital at 9 pm last night.
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