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How culture mistakenly portrayed Teso as cannibals

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Teso people crossed into Kenya from Uganda around 1872.

How culture mistakenly portrayed Teso as cannibals

By Alexander Chagema | 2 months ago

How culture mistakenly portrayed Teso as cannibals

How culture mistakenly portrayed Teso as cannibals

Teso people crossed into Kenya from Uganda around 1872.

Alexander Chagema | 2 months ago

Cannibal killer who terrorised London, ate victims' brains with butter

Bryan cut off both of Mr Cherry's arms and one of his legs and fried his brains in butter in February 2004.

Mirror | 2 years ago

'Tired of eating human flesh': Court jails two men in cannibal case

One of them walked into a police station carrying body parts and claimed he was "tired of eating human flesh"

AFP | 2 years ago

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