Edgar Obare is a Kenyan blogger who uses his platform to expose scandals on 'Tea days' and also connect buyers and sellers through advertising businesses on his page during market days.
One of Edgar Obare's followers asked him were she could sell her own eggs. Edgar shared with his fans as he did not know where human eggs are sold or donated.
Edgar's fans have come out to share their experience. One of her fan revealed she has donated her eggs when she was in campus. According to her the process is not painful but its uncomfortable. The process also takes less time.
Those selling their eggs are paid 30, 000 Kenyan shillings and 50,000 for eggs that belong to people of mixed race as their eggs are of high demand.
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