On the mid-morning of September 27, 2014 at a house in Kyamuoso, Machakos County, five people stood around a wooden table. Four were men, one was a woman. On the table was a red jug, a cow horn wrapped in black polythene paper and a man’s underwear wrapped in sisal.
On the other side of the table was what seemed to be the carcass of a snake with thin yellow and black stripes, a white polythene paper, another red container, and a piece of paper with some writings on it. The cow horn had three eggs…
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