For the past 30 years, Kapsereen Tumwa alias Japanese Lifestyle has lived in a cave beneath Mount Elgon. The 70-year-old guy refuses to return home to his family and instead lives in a cave with the other animals there.
In the late 1980s, the government ordered Kasparian and his small family to leave two of their farms because the government claimed the property they lived on was a forest reserve.
His wife left him alone because of the relentless yanking and pushing. He'd been through enough trauma by this point to decide to live someplace where he couldn't be removed by the government to make way for new forest.
After originally believing he had died, it took his family six years to discover his last resting place. All attempts to return him home have been in vain so far since the elderly man will not leave the only place he has known for 30 years.
The elderly man disclosed to the Standard newspaper that he lives in a cave with other creatures, including Hyenas, who regard him as one of their own. Since preparing meat attracts wild creatures, he now avoids it like the plague.
In fact, he intends to be buried in the cave when the time comes.
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