A young man who has recently Undergone circumcision is in pain after fellow initiate Allegedly hit him as a way of practicing the community culture.
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According to what was shared from a source, the young man was hit badly using a wooden stick in bid to practice a tradition which is referred to as the "Menjo" culture, which is usually practiced by the Kalenjins.
The case was reported at Nandi Hills police station and the man was referred to hospital for medical attention.
Upon medical investigation, it was recorded that the lower limbs are the most affected ones.
Kenyans have rebuked such an evil a t as they called upon local leaders to intervene and try as much as possible to ensure such a culture is done away with.
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Wishing him a quick recovery.
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