Organizers of the annual Kids pooping competition in Murang’a County have moved the event from December 20,to August 20,2021.
Confirming this, the chief organizer, Sam Kamande said that the event will happen in August this year after it failed last year due to the Covid-19.
“We had to postpone to this year after the governments directives on the Covid-19 protocols. This year it will be bigger and better, so expect more poop,” Samuel said.
The event happens in a remote village called Mungu-ini, Maragua-Murang’a County, where villagers hold an annual Kids pooing competition dubbed as ‘Kimei‘.
Parents come together and choose ten kids born in that year and on December 28th, the competitions are held.
Winning is determined by the amount of poop and the time taken, the hardness or the softness of the poop and the smell of the same.
The crazy competition has helped the community live harmoniously and its very rare for the village to report any case of insecurity or theft inn the area.
The winning kid gets to walk away with a cock 🐓, 5 sacks of maize flour (10kg each) and a lifetimes free poshomill service.
The second runners up walks home with a hen and 3 sacks (10kg each) of maize flour (from the poshomill) while position 3 gets 2 sacks of maize flour each 10kg.
Well, there you have it…this is a fun event and if you will be free, visit the village and see for yourself.