Nakuru man sentenced 2 years for selling cat’s meat to samosa vendors

A Nakuru man has been sentenced to two years imprisonment after he admitted before a Nakuru court that he has been skinning cats and selling them to specific clients who make samosas out of its meat.

James Kimani said he started skinning cats in 2012 and supplying to specific clients.

He was arrested on June 21, 2018 skinning a cat in an open field belonging to Kenya Railways Corporation in the outskirts of Nakuru town.

He confessed to have skinned over 1000 cats and selling each at Sh500.

The act has sent fears among Nakuru residents concerning safety of the food they eat in town.

 

 

Man arrested skinning a cat. [Photo/nation.co.ke]