Armed robbers have been causing havoc to innocent families as they attack them when they are unaware and inflict damage to their victims.
A certain family man identified as Sikujua Maghembe who lived in Serengeti was last night attacked by some armed robbers who brutally butchered him without stealing anything from him.
According to reliable reports, Police boss of Serengeti revealed that the three men arrived at the home of the man where they found the children seated outside their house and entered without difficulties.
That is when they found Maghembe who they attacked, butchering him using the sharp machetes they had.
The police stated: "This was a planned murder from the start as the assailants did not steal anything from the family. They just entered the family house, brutally butchered the man and took off. We will continue with our investigations then give more details later."
This incident has been condemned as it was not the first case of an innocent man to be attacked and brutally killed.
May he rest in peace.
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