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This article has been based on my original work for WP in 2006 and I have modified it somewhat and I intend to maintain it.
|Aleta Curry 21:59, 28 October 2007 (CDT)|
The first section says: "among the rural poor there would have to be a good reason for slaughtering a large animal such as a goat or a cow and nyama, (the Swahili word for "meat") would not be eaten every day." I assume "a good reason" is usually a ritual or festival occasion. Is that true? If it is, we should state that outright: "among the rural poor, slaughtering a large animal such as a goat or a cow is generally reserved for ritual occasions and nyama (the Swahili word for "meat") is not eaten every day." --Joe Quick 02:01, 29 October 2007 (CDT)
- Point taken. Done. Aleta Curry 04:05, 29 October 2007 (CDT)