Residents of Thim Jope village in Uriri Subcounty in Migori county have been treated to a rare spectacular drama after six members of a family have been reported to have gone blind in a bizzare incident that has left the residents in shock. A woman in her middle ages and her four children have been rushed to Migori County Refferal Hospital for treatment after being alleged to have gone blind while a twelve year old boy from the same family lost his eyesight and died instantly in unclear circumstance in Benga village.
Panic and fear has engulfed Thim Jope village in Migori county after six members lost their sight mysteriously overnight. According to reports, the family ate their supper well on Friday night but upon waking up on yesterday morning, they were totally blind. The six includes a mother,her four children and a nephew they used to live with.The nephew,12, is reported to have convulsed,collapsed and died yesterday midday.
Six members of family in Migori County were on Sunday hospitalised after loosing eyesight. The latest unforeseen incident has left many villagers of Thim Jope in Uriri Sub County in surprise. A mother together with her four kids, who are between the age of seven and 24 years were admitted to Migori County Referral Hospital for medical treatment.
A family in Thim Jope village in Migori County has shocked the villagers after its six members lost their eyesight under unclear circumstances. In an incident reported by Nation, a woman identified as Helen Omondi and her four children aged between 7-24 years went blind before they were rushed to the hospital for treatment.
Residents of Thim Jope village in Migori County are in shock after a family of six mysteriously go blind. The affects comprised of a middle aged woman and her four children, aged between seven and 24 years who were rushed to Migori County Referral Hospital for treatment. On the same day, a 12-year-old boy from the same family lost his eyesight and died under unclear circumstances at home.