The residents of the Navakholo area in Kakamega, witnessed a dramatic scene after their neighbor's cow gave birth to a calf with two legs. The owner of the cow, identified as Zainab Makokha said that the cow did not show any signs of sickness or being uncomfortable during the pregnancy period.
Speaking to the media, Makokha added that she has been receiving several curious visitors who were eager to see the calf. She also said that it has been difficult to take care of this mysterious calf since it cannot feed unless someone is there to support its movement.
Zainab urged the Ministry of Agriculture in the area to take the animal since residents claim that witchcraft played a hand in the occurrence. The mother who was in pain and anger also told the media that she had hopes that the produce from the cow would help her pay school fees for her kids.
One of the eyewitnesses felt sorry about the incident. He added that the problem could be associated with the bull that took part in the pregnancy.
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