Kisumu girl has bullet removed from shoulder
Doctors at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Referral Hospital in Kisumu have successful removed a bullet that was lodged in the body of a child who was shot by a stray bullet during anti-IEBC protests in the lakeside city.
Two-and-half-year-old baby Mary Shantelle was rushed to the hospital on Monday with a bullet lodged in her left shoulder near the neck.
The hospital’s CEO, Dr Juliana Otieno yesterday said the child was out of danger and that the bullet “was just under the skin.”
The baby’s mother disclosed that they were sitting outside their house, when the bullet, directed to anti-IEBC protesters, hit her child.
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