More than 120 individuals were on Sunday, May 6, taken sick in Nakuru County after they devoured meat from a dead cow.

A few of the casualties were supposedly treated and released aside from two who almost kicked the bucket in the wake of devouring the dead cow.

Reports seen by exposeke.com on Monday, May 7, affirmed no less than 60 youngsters, 40 ladies and 20 men from Kuresoi North were affected by the meat.

Over 120 people rushed to hospital after feasting on dead cow's meat in Nakuru

As indicated by the area’s Deputy County Commissioner Felix Wafula, the casualties experienced extreme stomach hurt, spewing and the runs.

The County official likewise uncovered the dead cow had been analyzed and affirmed wiped out by a veterinary specialist on Thursday, May 3 .

It developed the majority of the casualties were relatives who did not know where the tainted meat they were getting a charge out of originated from.

In a few occurrences, all relatives fell wiped out subsequent to devouring the corpse that was purportedly being sold at KSh 200 for every kilo.

The specialists have propelled examination concerning the episode.

Police are additionally seeking after proprietor of the dead cow who apparently disappeared when he got twist of individuals being taken sick as a result of his meat.

The specialists fear there could be in excess of 130 individuals who ate the contaminated cow.

This was, in any case, not the first run through individuals had fallen truly wiped out after devouring meat from a debilitated creature.

In February 2016, somewhere in the range of 22 individuals from Singorwet town in Bomet County were hospitalized after meat they had expended ended up having originated from a contaminated cow.

The casualties were admitted to Longisa County Referral Hospital. David Barng’ass, the hospital’s medicinal administrator, said the patients were conceded with side effects going from loose bowels to mellow cerebral pains, which showed conceivable nourishment harming.

A related episode was accounted for in Meru County in October 2016. No less than 100 individuals were raced to hospital after they devoured tainted meat.

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