Witchcraft is real in the modern society hence those who do engage in unhealthy habits like stealing might end up facing their wrath. The community requires people to respect other people's properties hence stealing interferes with the communal peace that should transcend in the society.
Dramatic scene has been witnessed in Trans Nzoia whereby a man who has been accused of stealing livestock has faced the bad side of life. The man suspected of stealing a cow started walking like a cow and eating grass along Kitale-Eldoret Highway.
According to K-24 digital, the man was suspected to be a member of criminal gang that has been stealing livestock and robbing shops in Trans Nzoia.
According to witness identified as Wafula, the incident comes just two weeks after a farmer in Shimo la Tewa had promised to teach the thieves a lesson after he lost his bull to thieves who slaughtered it into the nearby forest.
"The farmer was so hungry as he promised to teach the culprits a lifetime lesson. This could be one of the lifetime lessons. We were shocked to see him walk like a cow and the worst thing is that he was eating grass. We tried talking to him but the man was unable to speak," witnesses told K-24 digital.
This comes a time when we are living during hard economic times that have forced many people to adopt to other ways of getting money in a bid to get food to the table.
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