Comedian Mulamwah has narrated his near-death experience.
He retold of his tale of horror of how he almost drowned in a public pool.
“Almost everyone has had and remembers moments that they almost died,” Mulamwa said.
“Mine was pale mumias kwa swimo I almost drowned mbaya sana deep end nikaokolewa na a certain Indian lady. People thought ni jokes but walai kwa ground nilikua naenda. What’s yours?” he tweeted.
His fans gave their moving near-death tales. Here are some of them.
@WerimoMutuli: Had same experience at same place hapo Westgate Mumias. Luckily mimi nilishika chuma nikajivuta. Swimmo unakufa tu watu wakikucheki thinking unajua kuswim.
@alex_matchell: Yangu ilikua uko pirates beach,ilikua high tides and it was my first time.kila time nilikua najaribu kurusha rusha mkono juu ndio watu wanione nashtukia tide ishanislap ikanidrownisha tena…the pain of salty water down your lungs si jokes
@j_combo_box: A motorbike I was riding on went head-on collision with a bus. I remember my head being an inch closer to the bus’s rear moving tyre.
@BrianBrian8: Ni Kama yako, but yangu ilikuwa river when I was 3 yrs old at Kipsonoi river, Bomet county, thanks to brave Lady called Irene, she rescued me.
@PHELIXBUSH: Being crashed na magari rush hour kwa junction ya Ronald Ngala street and Tom Mboya street.
@engdjhenri: Fourteenfalls i slid on a rock while midstream and some reeds saved me.
@charlo_prince: Mine may be a bit emotional. Well, back in 2016 Maasai Mara University lost two comrades, a girl and a boy. I was to die before them. I almost drown in the Narok river that day so we all called it a day and left. Five hundred meters away, the two comrades never made it😭😭😭😭