The Maasai community is known for livestock keeping. They love livestock since it acts as their wealth. They are always spotted moving from one place to another, controlling their herds in search for water and pasture.
A few moments ago, a Maasai Man was spotted ranting after a truck driver allegedly hit a section of his cows. The angry man moved next to the truck to find out whether the driver was in the car only to find out that he had gone missing. However, the man promised to deal with the driver accordingly. The scene was so emotional as most of the Maasai man's cows were lying in the ground, lifeless.
In the comments sections, some netizens said that this man was wrong since the road was meant for vehicles and not cows. Some said that the Maasai Man should pay the truck driver if there are damages after this incident, according to the law.
What is your take on this?
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