Why You Should Think Twice Before Eating Mutura in Nairobi After a Popular Seller is Nabbed With This
By WikiLeaksKE | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 1 views
It obvious beyond any doubts that many Nairobians and Kenyans at large love eating 'mutura'. It is common to see many people flocking at Mutua joints to get a potion of what they describe as "sweet" snuck.
However, what has emerged this Sunday should be a reason enough for Mutura lovers to think twice before spending on the same.
A popular Mutura seller was today nabbed in Kayole carrying what looked like young ones of animals, and when he was questioned about the same, he said it was soft meat.
The remained not clear where he sourced the death young animals that appeared to be young pigs, goats among others.
He was also carrying intestines used to make the same Mutura. From the photos, one could easily say the man was getting the unborn animals from slaughtered animals.
The photos have since gone viral, sparking sharp reactions from Kenyans as follows:
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