Although it is according to African traditional society to welcome the visitors at any home with a cup of tea and a loaf of bread, it is not always the case as some individuals makes fun of the practice.
Dramatic scene was witnessed from a little known Mavokho village, Bungoma county in the former Western province when a family welcomed their visitors with a cup of coffee and atleast one hundred Mandazi each as they wait for food to be ready.
According to one of the visitor's the Mandazi was meant to be a stimulant only. "We will never consider Mandazi as food until we take Ugali." He said.
This have raised mixed reactions online with most netizens thanking the family for showing alot of generosity.
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