Two Maseno University Students Shot By Thugs From Watching World Cup Finals

Two students from Maseno University were yesterday left nursing gunshot injuries after they got attacked and shot by unknown armed robbers.

They two have been identified as Eugene Ndobi and Vincent Ochieng, second and third year students respectively. Both of them were heading back to their hostels after watching the world cup finals between France and Croatia in a nearby popular joint when the unfortunate incident occurred.

The students were left with gunshot injuries on chest, arm and wrists. They were rushed to the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga where they are currently receiving treatment and are believed to be out of danger.

The incident was confirmed by Kisumu West OCPD Wilston Mwakio who said the thieves made away with the students mobile phones. No arrests have been made so far in connection to the robbery, however Mr. Mwakio says the authorities have reprieved spent cartridges from the scene as investigations continue.   

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