Elice Matafu met her death while resting at night after she was attacked by unknown assailants at her home located in Mrimbo Uuwo village, Mwika North, Moshi District. After killing her, the unknown people chose to chop off his head before disappearing into thin air. The incident is said to have taken place at around 2 am.
Confirming the heinous incident, Simon Maigwa, the commander of police in Kilimanjaro province said that the lady might have met her death due to suspected revenge that she is having with some people. One man is currently under police custody as investigations towards the incident are ongoing. Investigations are still ongoing to determine the cause of the killing.
The unknown assailants waited for the wee hours of the night so that they could not be sensed, and Incase of anything, they could easily run away without being caught. They secretly sneaked into the woman's house who slept not knowing the danger that awaits. Since the woman shares her room with no one and she did not expect the night attack, it was easy for her killers to do whatever they wanted and walk away scot-free.
Despite committing the act, police officers in Tanzania are working around the clock to make sure that the unknown killers are tracked and forced to face the full wrath of the law.
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