Actor Nick Mutuma ignited mixed reactions among his Facebook followers after making a post on which he compared Meru men to a fox. The entertainer shared a picture of two foxes, male and female then accompanied with caption explaining the secret about foxes.
It was reported that in the family of foxes, if a female one dies, the partner will remain single forever. However, this is not the case when a male Fox dies. According to the writing, when a male Fox dies, the female partner will find another mate immediately
Nick then went on to cite that Meru men has the character as male foxes, meaning that always remain single when their partners die. This statement got the attention of his followers, some of them agreeing with him.
However, some differed, accusing him of being a bold liar. Some asked him to specify which Meru men he was talking about as what he was trying to say is very different from what Meru men usually do when their partners die.
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