Fear as dead chicken lined along Naivasha road
Residents of Naivasha’s Moi South Lake area are a worried lot after they woke up to bizarre scenes of dead chicken placed strategically along a road.
The residents, mostly flower farmers, say the bizarre scene caused fear and panic after they found tens of dead chicken which appeared to have been purposely placed at a re-occurring interval along one side of the busy Moi South Lake Road.
“This place has tens of hyenas and wild dogs but none has consumed the discarded birds raising concern among area residents,” said Moses Mulunga, a seemingly worried resident.
Public Health Officers in the area, led by Carolyn Vata, visited the scene to pick samples of the dead birds and have since launched an investigation into the matter.
Most of the residents say they are convinced that it was an act of witchcraft, attributing it to the election period where politicians will do anything to win elections.
“They were placed like 10 metres apart. So this is obviously an act of witchcraft by maybe a politician who wants to win elections. We have witnessed such actions during previous elections,” noted a Mr James Tanui, a resident.
Written by Majanga Michael
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