Fear has seized the residents of Kisauni after the announcement of bad news that involves three men that are currently fighting for their lives in hospital after being attacked by bandits who cut them with 'pangas' leaving them with serious injuries. The incidence is informed to have taken place before dawn, the same day that education cabinet minister magoha is expected to your the region.
The three men were taken to hospital leaving the residents in great fear but the police have assured them that it's now safe and continue to do a patrol in the area even as they investigate this case and arrest the involved criminals.
Magoha is expected in the region as he assesses how prepared the region is for the upcoming examination, remembering that the last time he was there he said that no child will be allowed to sit for an exam from the institution they were not registered from, only with the exemption of those who were affected by the covid-19 pandemic, and their parents forced to relocate to another area, who will now be allowed to do it from their current locations.
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