The meeting was aimed at raising funds towards various development project in the village such as water project, raising a polytechnic among others.
With a lot of effort,the elder were able to organize and invite several visitors who were to help them raise funds for the same.
During the D'Day, the visitors arrived on time and found everything ready. The meeting kicked off in unique way with the villager entertaining the visitors.
Just before the meeting was halfway, a man who works in Nairobi arrived. The elders were so happy because they thought the man would help the add up to what the already had.
He was given a sit closer to the visitors and the felt at home. He decided to remove his shoes, so that his legs can relax after a long journey.
No sooner had the man remove his second foot shoe than the visitors started coughing and sneezing. In astonishment, they started staring at each other suspiciously.
One visitors was had enquiring whether there was a Pit latrine closer. To his surprise,he found out that the mans shoes were the ones stinking.
Without hesitation, the elder instructed him to immediately wear his stinking shoe and leave the meeting. The villager then sent him away, shouting at him like a thief.
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