One family that hails from Tuiyotich area, Nakuru county woke today morning and was shocked to learn that their cow that had recently given birth and now breastfeeding had been killed by unknown assailants, to make it worse, the cow's private parts and tail had been removed leaving the dead carcass in an incomplete shape.
According to Dennis Kiprotoch, a farmer and the owner of the dead cow, the cow had given birth less than a month ago and this made it hard for him to draw lines on what the assailants wanted. He further said that their motive could be ritual related because he can't get a point on why they did that on that particular cow.
Kiprotich revealed that the family has a total of 20 cows, all the others were not touched except for the lactating one. On a fateful day before the cow's demise, Kiprotich milked the cow and retired to bed, he woke up the following day only to meet it dead and its body parts mutilated, he was forced to slaughter the cow and bury it.
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