Wonders will never cease in this globe. Residents of locally known village Ngoci, Githunguri sub-county in Kiambu county as a 100 years old Mugumo tree burns from top to bottom naturally without anyone starting the fire.
According to multiple reports, it is reported that the tree caught fire mysteriously turning the sacred tree among the Agikuyu into ashes. According to the locals, they started seeing the smoke followed by flames during the afternoon hours, and later the tress turned into ashes. The incident happened at one villager's homestead near a cowshed.
This is not the first incident to happen as a similar incident had happened last year where another Mugumo tree started burning mysteriously leaving the villagers and the people around in great panic. According to elders in Gikuyu land, this has a great meaning as they take the tree as a sacred tree. What might you be the meaning of the burning tree? To watch the video click the link below. https://www.facebook.com/newsfilestoday/videos/1310109552835981/?app=fbl
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