Currently, Residents of Mayuge village, Navakholo constituency in Kakamega county, are living in fear after a man claimed his girlfriend turned into a goat just a few hours after meeting her in a nearby market.
According to the boy who was working as a shamba boy, the lady had agreed to be his lover. Unfortunately, things changed abruptly upon reaching his residential house, located inside his boss’ compound. "I met the beautiful lady at Soi market when I was going back to where I work as a shamba boy and we talked about love. She agreed to be my girlfriend, so I asked her to accompany me to my residence, and she agreed.
"Everything was okay until we entered my bedroom. The lady suddenly turned into a big goat with long horns made of the bottles of soda that we had just drunk, "Namasaka explained.
Neighbours and the family are now in fear as they try to seek spiritual intervention on the rise for the boy.It is unclear where the lady who turned into a goat came from, as she has since disappeared into thin air. Residents believe she is a demo
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