June 1, 2014 (TORIT) – Panic and fear gripped residents of Torit, the capital of South Sudan’s Eastern Equatoria state, when a goat produced a headless young one over the weekend.
Lodai Gasmiro, the goat owner, told Sudan Tribune he was equally shocked by the incident, which residents described as bad omen.
“I got into the kraal in the morning only to find the baby goat lying dead on the ground. I picked it up and brought it outside as the news spread around residential areas and hundreds (...)
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