It was supposed to be a joyous occasion for John and Mary, who had been dating for three years and decided to tie the knot in Bungoma Town. They had invited their family and friends to celebrate their love and witness their vows. Everything was going well until the guests were served pilau rice, a traditional dish made with rice, meat, and spices.
As the guests began to eat, they noticed something strange and horrifying in their plates: human nails. Some of them screamed, some of them vomited, and some of them accused the bride and groom of trying to poison them. The wedding turned into a chaotic scene, with people running around, throwing food, and shouting insults. John and Mary were shocked and confused, as they had no idea how the nails got into the rice.
They tried to calm down the guests and explain that they had nothing to do with it, but no one believed them. Some of the guests even threatened to call the police and sue them for attempted murder. John and Mary felt helpless and humiliated, as their dream wedding turned into a nightmare.
But there was one group of people who did not join the commotion: the mugwenu doctors. They were traditional healers who had been invited by John’s uncle, who was a loyal client of theirs. They had noticed that something was wrong with the rice, and they had a suspicion about who was behind it. They quietly retreated to one of the rooms, where they performed their spells and rituals to reveal the truth.
After a few minutes, they came back to the hall, where the chaos was still going on. They asked for everyone’s attention, and announced that they had found the culprit. They pointed at a woman who was sitting at the back, looking nervous and guilty. She was Jane, John’s ex-girlfriend, who had never gotten over their breakup and had sworn to ruin his life.
The mugwenu doctors explained that Jane had hired a witch doctor to cast a spell on the rice, hoping to cause harm and misfortune to John and Mary. She had given the witch doctor some of her nails, which he had mixed with the rice. The spell was supposed to make the couple sick, infertile, and unhappy. But the mugwenu doctors had detected and reversed the spell, and exposed Jane’s evil plan.
The guests were stunned and outraged by Jane’s wickedness. They demanded that she be punished for her actions, and some of them even wanted to beat her up. Jane tried to deny and escape, but the mugwenu doctors had bound her with their magic, and she could not move. They said that they would deal with her according to their laws, and that she would face the consequences of her deeds.
John and Mary were relieved and grateful to the mugwenu doctors, who had saved their wedding and their future. They apologized to their guests for the inconvenience and the trauma, and asked them to forgive and forget. They said that they still wanted to celebrate their love, and invited them to join them in cutting the cake and dancing. Some of the guests agreed, while others left in disgust.
The wedding resumed, but it was not the same as before. John and Mary tried to smile and enjoy themselves, but they could not erase the image of the nails in their minds. They wondered if their marriage was cursed, and if they would ever be happy. They hoped that the mugwenu doctors had truly removed the spell, and that Jane would not bother them again. They prayed that their love would be stronger than any evil, and that they would have a peaceful and prosperous life together.
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