Kiambu Residents Worried by The Mysterious Fall of a Mugumo Tree
By Culver | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 6699 views
Kiambu residents have called upon village elders and other clansmen to investigate the mysterious falling of one mugumo tree. According to them, it is not normal for the tree to fall. It is said to have shown early signs of falling and efforts by locals to prevent it proved futile.
Mugumo is the name of an uncommon sacred tree known to the Kikuyu people group and numerous others in Kenya. Its name was acquired from the ancestors.
For reasons unknown, the sacredness of this tree has been for ages. Indeed, even a social intrusion by outsiders - which Mugo Wa Kibiro forecasted gave them an unknown dialect didn't ruin the holiness of the Mugumo tree.
A few locals accept that circumventing this tree multiple times would consequently change one's gender. Yet, nobody has at any point encountered this change. Others accept spirits of the predecessors and the living dead float around this tree. Some have professed to have heard and perceived voices of their departed family members.
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