In Meru, “Mûgiro” means a curse . It’s a verbal wish that causes harm. It’s derived from a song using Kimeru language usually sang at the top of the lungs. The
spirit is believed to respond to human conflicts by cursing. Everybody in Meru can evoke a curse except the following:
2. “Muteri”, A person who has a frequent tendency of going against community norms and policies.
For a person to evoke a curse, one should abstain from horizontal engineering or for the lack of a better term, conjugal escapedes for 3 days, pre and post material day.
It’s believed the right time to evoke a curse is before taking traditional alcohol “Kîthiri/Kang’o/Muthuri/Karûbu.
Without “Kîthiri” there can be no curse. Absolutely none.
Njûri ncheke council of elders is also known to prompt some curse. If they’re angry with you, they’re capable of cursing your wife or your concubine’s wombs to sire a particular gender.
“Ugaciaraga mîkenye akî” alternatively, they can chat a boy child in your homestead will be like a snake droplets that has never be seen.
“tûîji tûkaroneka mûciî gwaku turakara gwaku ja ntharû cia njoka itionagwa”