Molo residents in Nakuru county have been left in shock after what they witnessed. In a report by NTV which was shared on Facebook, residents said three boys decided to enjoy a feast of dog's meat in their house.
The residents said the tough economic times and lack of food has forced the boys to treat their hunger with the pet animal. One of the residents said he was met with the Odur when he walked close to the house the boys had cooked the meat. Upon close investigation, he realized the boys had not cooked an ordinary meat but that of a dog
Another resident lamented at how there was an increase in the number of street children in the area. He then pleaded with the government to take the street children to children's care where their needs can be looked at by organisations.
Another resident said that the street children harass residents for food and when things get more tough, they resort to doing what they did like eating a dog. In the video shared by NTV, mutilated dog body parts could be seen on the floor while other pieces of meat where in a Sufuria they used for cooking.
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